Bust out of your winter rut with one of these fresh new nail shades.

By Chelsea Traber Burns
March 27, 2016
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Not quite peach, yet not quite pink, this creamy salmon shade pops on nails without looking over-the-top at the office.To buy: $8.50, amazon.com.
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Essie Nail Polish in “Lounge Lover”

Not quite peach, yet not quite pink, this creamy salmon shade pops on nails without looking over-the-top at the office.

To buy: $8.50, amazon.com.

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Pacifica Nail Polish in “Pale Blue Eyes”

The warmer weather means clear blue skies ahead, which is what this pastel hue will remind you of every time you look at your hands. Plus, the seven-free formula is super gentle on nails.

To buy: $9, ulta.com.

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Jin Soon Nail Polish in “Keppel”

A mix between turquoise and sea foam green, this shade makes a statement, but still looks sophisticated on both tips or toes.

To buy: $18, jinsoon.com.

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Dermelect ME Impromptu Nail Polish in “Misty Rose Shimmer”

Pastel shades for spring are nothing new, but this sparkle-flecked, creamy violet contains peptides to help strengthen weak, brittle nails.

To buy: $14, dermelect.com.

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Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Polish in “Mint Sorbet”

Keep your tips looking cool with this mint chip ice cream-inspired hue that brightens light skin tones and pops on darker ones.

To buy: $3, ulta.com.

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Marc Jacobs Beauty Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Polish in “Resurrection”

This subtle pink is more exciting than a nude, yet neutral enough to go with a floral print.

To buy: $18, sephora.com.