We’ll never knock you for donning Chanel “Vamp” year-round (way to stick to your guns), but for those looking to shed a little light on their current manicure situation, here’s a peek at spring’s newest haul.

Nouveau Pink
Refreshingly femme, the latest crop of pink is reminiscent of the punchy 1960s (with Betty Draper as its spokeswoman). This spring, you can find these pinks with a high-gloss finish but in shades that aren?t overly sweet. 

Jamberry "Bashful" ($15); Deborah Lippmann ?Break 4 Love? ($18)

White On
The key to wearing this polish without looking like you used a bottle of Wite-Out is keeping your nails smooth and short. Start off with a ridge-filling base, then apply two coats of creamy white polish. Not ready to fully commit? Try a less opaque shade and opt for only one coat (see above).

RGB ?White? ($18); Essie ?Limo-Scene? ($8)

Go Matte
Orange is making a bold play this season, and we want in (it?s the new coral, ladies). To get the look sans the teenybopper side effects, layer on a matte finish in place of your top coat to downplay the glare.

Essie ?Fear Or Desire? ($8); Tenoverten ?Hudson? ($18)

Muted Metallics
While you?ll never spot us with nails that could double as a compact mirror, you will find us wearing this toned-down version of the metallic trend. It?s almost as subtle as nude polish, but with a hint of shimmer.

Julep "Margot" ($14); Tom Ford "Silver Smoke" ($32)

Sheer Force
The spring runways were peppered with au naturel nails, and lucky for you, the look is a total no-brainer--especially with Dior’s Nail Glow. The Kool-Aid-looking polish is applied to bare nails (no base coat necessary) and delivers an effortless pink sheen.

Dior "Nail Glow" ($25)

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