Hot summer nail polish colors

Real Beauty

A paint job is never just a paint job! We're obsessed with matching shades and sandals and complementing our tips to our toes. Here are 18 cool nail polish colors that say, "Summer, here we come!"

Popsicle Shades
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Popsicle Shades

POP Beauty Nail Glam in Tangerine Taste,
$10; soap.com


Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Purple Posy, $7.99; ulta.com

Boy Meets Girl
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Boy Meets Girl

Dior Vernis in Lagoon,
$23; nordstrom.com


Avon Nailwear Pro+ in Coral Beat,
$6; avon.com

Glory Coral
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Glory Coral

Sonia Kashuk Nail Colour in Golden Ticket,
$4.79; target.com


ELLE Cosmetics Nail Lacquer in Tropical Blush,
$10; kohls.com

The Demure Diva
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The Demure Diva

L'Oréal Colour Riche Nail Polish in Tweet Me,
$5.99; drugstore.com


Dolce and Gabbana Intense Nail Lacquer in Rose Petal,
$20; saks.com

Simply Sparkly
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Simply Sparkly

Deborah Lippmann Polish in Sweet Dreams,
$18; amazon.com


MAC Hey, Sailor! Nail Lacquer in Vestral White,
$17; maccosmetics.com

Sweet and Spotty
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Sweet and Spotty

Wet N Wild Megalast Salon Nail Color in Heatwave,
$1.99; cvs.com


Nails Inc Special Effects in Sugar House Lane,
$9.50; sephora.com

Princess Pink
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Princess Pink

Butter London Nail Lacquer in Lillibet's Jubilee,
$14; amazon.com


N.Y.C. New York Color Long-Wearing Nail Enamel in Polyester Pink,
$0.99; walmart.com

Seaside Spunk
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Seaside Spunk

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Belle by Capitol Hill Style,
$8; zoya.com


Revlon Nail Enamel in Sheer Seafoam,
$4.99; drugstore.com

Hot and Cold Combo
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Hot and Cold Combo

Essie Nail Polish in Bikini So Teeny,
$8; amazon.com


Rimmel Lasting Finish Professional Nail Polish in Spice Romance,
$3.99; ulta.com







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