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7 Best Nail Colors For Summer

7 Best Nail Colors For Summer

In light of current events, some of your summer plans may be on hold, but that doesn't mean the whole season is canceled. You can still keep up with this season’s trends as you get outside for a little fun in the sun. Try some of these bold summer nail colors to remind you that brighter days are ahead.

Keeping It Neutral

Smokey gray with a hint of shimmer will give you a nice change of pace if you've been keeping it simple while salons were closed. Being a neutral shade it's a fun twist on the traditional nude and will go compliment your summer wardrobe quite nicely.

Always a Classic

Looking for something bold and dramatic? You simply can't go wrong with classic red polish. Give poppy red a try. This shade is as warm and bright as the summer sun.

Pretty Pastels, with a Twist

When it comes to pastel polish we typically associate that with spring. But this summer it is being paired with neon shades for a fun edgy feel. If you're looking for something a little more subtle, opt for a pastel yellow to add a little sunshine to your day.

The Sky’s the Limit

When it comes to nature-inspired color the sky’s the limit. A brilliant sky blue will give you a pop of color that’s as fresh is the clear blue sky.

Summer Sunset

Capture the brilliance of a summer sunset with an orange to yellow ombre. Start with a creamy orange polish at the base and blend into a soft yellow at the tips.

Keep it Hot

Pink is always a favorite, but it's time to ditch the boring blush and break out the hot pink. Muted nude shades are out, and bright and bold colors are in.

Catch a Wave

Catch an ocean wave with a gorgeous turquoise blue. Up the wow factor just a little by adding glittery sand-colored tips to capture both the sand and the waves.  

The master nail technicians at Pyara Spa and Salon would love to help you give you a fun new nail color to celebrate summer. Give us a call at 781-270-9200 to book your appointment, or visit us at 101 Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington or 1050 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge.