We also love Àuda.B’s Coral Sand ($18(), super smooth, chip-resistant FlamingIt’s an orangey pink that makes you feel like you have a wild little secret.
Don’t let anyone ever tell you greens or yellows — or in this case, greenish-yellow or yellowish-green — aren’t flattering to wear on your toes.
OPI’s Pear Adise Cove ($11() is just too much fun to be concerned about what others will think. If they’re smart they’ll just take one look at your feet to think. “Wow, that is the cutest pedicure color. I’m going to go copy this IRL influencer straight away.”Lights Lacquer, slightly lighter in Now & Later$11Although it is more sour-apple-friendly, the flavor retains the cute and quirky feel of its softer cousin.
This rich color has red undertones and is very brown. This color is both strong and neutral which is why Tulum Beach is so beloved.$9) from Nails Inc’s Caught in the Nude collection. Its warmth gives off a sun-kissed-skin vibe — even if your feet are otherwise fully slathered in sunscreen.
Orly’s Parcs & Parasols$10() is more pink, but still warm and delicious brown. This color goes with any flip-flops or slides you have this summer.
Are you sure? bluvenderA word? No. You shouldn’t. Absolutely. It’s the best way to describe one of the most beautiful shades you can wear on toes: a lavender with just enough blue to be cool, but not too much to be called periwinkle.
Sunday’s pale, but vivid, take on the color L.05 ($18It is poised to become the favorite pedicure color for those who love a bold pastel. Morgan Taylor’s Take Me, to Your Tribe ($10) is a bit darker, but my no mens dark — it still has a dusty, pastel feeling, just with a little extra richness.
6. Pink ’80s Prom Dress
Whether you lived through it or you’ve only seen it in photos, it’s instantly recognizable: that distinctly ‘80s shade of magenta that covered so many prom dresses in the form of sequins.
Deborah Lippmann’Gel Lab Pro to My Shot$20) is the next best thing, and subtle — compared to a full-blown formal dress, at least. It’s semi sheer, so you will need to add two to three coats. Smith & Cult’s Palace in Wonderland ($18) is a slightly more whimsical, iridescent, yet still unignorable purply pink that feels like a delicate take on Barbie’s go-to hue.
7. It’s the best colour!
Off-white? Eggshell? It doesn’t matter what it is, it’s white and looks great on toes. This milky hue is simple and striking, but it’s not as stark as a cool, true, white. You can also use it with any skin tone.