Still on the quest for the season's hottest nail polish tones? Look no further than the completely irresistible alternatives the Joe Fresh brand has prepared for the sunniest days of the year and get ready to make your life a little more cheerful.
Being able to experiment and brighten up our mood with fabulous
tones and having a beautiful manicure or pedicure to prove it is
one of the simple yet ultra satisfying pleasures of being a woman.
When uber spectacular tones and affordable price ranges merge
perfectly, like in the case of the Joe Fresh spring/summer 2012
nail polishes, the joy becomes even greater and the desire to share
Reflecting a single perspective when it comes to gorgeous colors would prove a needless limitation and fortunately, the Canadian brand hasn't limited our options for the new season. From ultra flattering neutrals to eye-popping neons and pastels, the label makes sure that every preference is adequately represented in the collection. Ultra feminine or super bold, the options will definitely inspire you to experiment with gorgeous new tones.
You can choose between shades like Heat Wave - a glossy
red-orange, Frost - an iridescent pearl eggshell white, Petunia - a
gel-pearl deep fuchsia, Mango - a lush melon pink, Bumbleberry - a
fab blackcurrant-y medium purple; Beet - a deep glossy purple-red,
Lilac - a pearly pale lavender, Sweet Mignon - a neutral, light
peachy-beige, or if you prefer a touch of glam, shimmery tones like
Opal, a shimmery glittery pale silvery-white or Starry - a glittery
holographic deep silver are there for you to try.
Picking your favorite shade might prove quite a challenge, however due to the budget friendly approach of the brand you won't have to settle for a single tone. These shades are priced at $4 per bottle making them a total steal. Furthermore, if you decide on three nail polish bottles you love, you'll only have to pay $10 for all three on the brand's official website. Now there's definitely no excuse left for not indulging in the season's hottest tones with these fascinating alternatives.
Photo courtesy of joefresh.com and Ryan Emberley via Joe Fresh Facebook