From ballerina pastels to Barbie doll hues, pink is a feminine and classic trend that’s here to stay. Seen on the runways of New York Fashion Week SS 2014, these pink hues complement your winter outfits now and the one’s you’re getting ready for spring. DKNY’s soft pinks showed a polished ladylike look while Jenny Packham embellished her pink nails with glitter. Not sure how to wear pink nail polish? Start with your style and these tips on which pink nail trends to try.

Pink Nails - Spring's hottest trend has a shade for every girl

For the girl who wears pearls to a Sunday brunch…

…stick with a pale ballerina pink. Just a touch more color than your natural nail hue, these classic nails are clean, polished and won’t take attention away from your pearls. Show Me Pink by Tom Ford is a beautiful shade of pink that goes with anything Chanel.

For the girl who goes to brunch after yoga…

…a modern hue of pink such as Dahling by Butter London will look beautiful with your fingers spread out in downward dog. This pink is for a girl who wants to stay on trend without calling too much attention to herself.

For the girl who goes to brunch with a hangover…

…a loud, bright pink without being neon is what you’re looking for. This shade of pink looks good with anything black, subtly glows in a blacklight and looks ultra girly and feminine the morning after. Try Saint Germain by M.A.C. and apply generously to make sure you get a full coat of party girl pink.

For the girl who never wakes up in time for brunch…

…it’s all about the pink glitter. In metallic glitter pink, nails speak for themselves. Arabesque by NARS is a gorgeous girly pink but the sparkle factor makes sure you get all the attention you need, the whole night through.

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