‘Rosé nails’ is the latest manicure trend to ask for this spring

Nowadays simply strolling into your local salon and flicking through the ring of nail polish colours just doesn’t cut it; you need to go in prepared with a curated Pinterest board and a list of catchily-named trend terms. We’ve already seen “glazed donut nails”, “chocolate ganache nails” and “lip gloss nails” go viral on social media recently, and now there’s a new nail look that we predict is going to be big this season, inspired by the perfect spring beverage: “rosé nails”.

Continuing the trend for chic, natural-looking manis, rosé nails refers to shades of sheer pale blush polish reminiscent of a crisp, pale Provence wine. Think of a large glass of Whispering Angel clinking with ice cubes, enjoyed outside on the first sunny days of the year.

The good news is that it’s a look that’s simple to achieve, either at home or in the salon, and it suits everybody – there is a huge range of pinky-nude polishes nowadays with something to suit all skin tones, and they’ll always make nails look clean, fresh and healthy. Even better, nude polishes show chips and regrowth far less that bright or deep colours, so your mani will stay looking good for longer.

If you fancy getting the look yourself, these are the bottles (of nail polish) to reach for…

ORLY Breathable Nail Polish in Pamper Me, currently on sale for £10.84 here

A universally flattering shade of creamy baby pink in a formula that allows oxygen to reach the nail underneath and excess moisture to escape – this means less chipping and peeling, and healthier nails.

Essie Gel Couture Nail Polish in Inside Scoop, £9.99 here

A sheer pink with slight blue undertones, this is your colour and base coat in one, and when paired with Essie’s Gel Couture topcoat gives a long-lasting, gel-like finish.

CND Vinylux Long Wear Polish, currently on sale for £9.95 here

You’re spoilt for choice for pinky nudes from CND, and they’re also available in Shellac polishes at professional salons. Our favourites are Negligee, Beau and Romantique – or ask your nail technician to combine a couple for a bespoke blush wine mani.

We can’t wait to see what will inspire the next trend for our fingertips. Spicy margarita nails, anyone…?


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