At Nail Streetz, we tend to think two is better than one when it comes to polishes. Whether you seek to compliment your tips with your toes, or you want to combine two hues on digits (or tootsies), these color pairings are perfect—and sometimes unexpected!—matches for warm-weather nail bliss.
TANGERINE + MILKY BLUE
As the temperature begins to rise, variations on orange (think: bold orange to coral to peach) become a mani staple. Temper the heat of bright tangerine with a soft, milky blue for a high-contrast look.
Your Tangerine: OPI Infinite Shine in Santa Monica Beach Peach, loxabeauty.com.
Your Milky Blue: Dermelect ME in Right as Reign, dermelect.com.
GREEN + VIOLET
Pantone’s Color of the Year, Greenery, looks all the more stunning when paired with a magenta-tinged violet.
Your Green: YSL La Laque Couture Nail Polish in Jungle Green, nordstrom.com.
Your Violet: Zoya Nail Polish in Lois, zoya.com.
FIERY RED + TURQUOISE
Sizzle-worthy red is a classic go-to for the summer. What’s not so on-the-nose: Wearing it side-by-side with a take-no-prisoners turquoise.
Your Fiery Red: CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Mambo Heat, loxabeauty.com.
Your Turquoise: Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer in No Filter Needed, loxabeauty.com.
DUSTY PEACH + PERIWINKLE
Two pastel brights make a total right when it comes to this gorgeous duo.
Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Color in Tulle, chanel.com.
Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Exit The Void, smithandcult.com.
ROYAL BLUE + FLURO YELLOW
The best way to wear a duochrome fluro yellow? Partner its vivid multi-tonal pigment with a deeply saturated royal blue.
Your Fluro Yellow: Christian Louboutin Beauté Nails in Loubichrome 1, us.christianlouboutin.com.
Your Royal Blue: China Glaze Nail Polish Lacquer in Simply Fa-Blue-Less, sallybeauty.com.
FUCHSIA + LAVENDER PINK
Drawn to hot pinks during the summer months? Don’t hesitate to go bold—especially when you combine this striking hue with a lavender-pink foil lacquer.
Your Fuchsia: Dior Vernis in Sudden, dior.com.
Your Lavender: Essie Nail Polish in S’il Vous Play, essie.com.
—Karie Lynn Frost