1. Sally Hansen 'Mojito' (£6.99)
Launched just in time for spring and inspired by the catwalk trends, this delicate shade of green makes a statement. I love the subtlety of the colour that makes a shade of green truly wearable for the first time, whilst still being a talking point when you're in the pub. The Sally Hansen nail polishes are some of my favourites, providing great application and long-lasting results; they remain chip-free for a good few days, making them perfect for holidays or mini breaks away.
2. Liz Earle 'Bright & Breezy' (£7.50)
Surprisingly effective and affordable, the Liz Earle nail polish range deserves more credit than it's given. The formulas are thick enough to provide a great colour finish and powerful shine, while this pale coral shade is great for bringing out a natural tan. It coaxes you into the warmer months without going neon, providing a hit of colour that is universal enough to be worn both to the beach and the bar.
3. Rimmel Salon Pro 'Reggae Splash' (£4.49)
Another firm favourite of mine, this orange shade is practically nude when applied to the nails. It offers just a dash of colour while covering imperfections, as well as helping to elongate the look of nails. This was my go-to shade last Summer and will no doubt be the same this year; even better is the inclusion of Lycra to ensure the colour doesn't chip thirty seconds after applying it.
4. Rimmel 60 Seconds 'Pillow Talk' (£3.69)
Rita Ora seriously knows what's on-trend this Spring, launching this pastel blue shade that looks fabulous when worn with this season's pastel hues. I would normally stay away from blue colours, but this is an ice-cold shade that looks like it's been mixed with white - it's incredibly wearable and matches practically anything within your festival wardrobe.
5. Illamasqua 'Trilliant' (£15.00)
Although this is technically a topcoat, it's equally great when worn alone or as a statement nail. I love wearing this with white nails, creating a subtle nail art effect or even applying just on my ring fingers. It provides a delicate touch of shimmery pink without being Barbie bubblegum, great for when you want something with a little more impact and don't want to turn to a traditional pink.
What are your top nail picks for Spring 2014?