If you don’t have time to head to the salon and get your pedicure done, there’s no need to panic. We’re coming to the rescue with 9 eye-catching pedicure ideas for spring, and we know you’re going to love them. Are you feeling bold and brave? Perhaps you’re on the hunt for something nude and muted? Maybe you don’t know what you want, and that’s why you’re here? Either way, and for whatever the reason, you won’t want to miss these stunning designs. Don’t forget to let us know which ones are your faves!

1. Pop of Neon & Glitter

If you’re going to use neon polishes on your tootsies, make sure you use a base coat underneath to prevent the polish from staining your toenails. If you do suffer from staining, you’ll find that lemon juice helps to get rid of some of that yellowing, being a natural bleaching agent. You will also want to make sure you’re using a good bas coat underneath those glitter toes too – you know how much hard work it is to get *that* stuff off!

2. Floral Pedi

Are you feeling florals? Florals and spring go hand in hand like … well, florals and spring really. It’s the season that all the flowers start to bloom and everything looks beautiful and flowery. Pay homage to the start of the warmer weather with these pretty delights for your toes.

3. Easy Purple Design

If you want to create something simple, that doesn’t need a whole bunch of tools, but still packs a big punch, you need to ombre up your nails. It was the latest hair trend for a while, and now it’s the latest pedicure trend. All you need is the same colour, but in varying shades – darker to light, or pastel to bold. Mix and match them up, just as you can see here, or go darker with each toe – one of the latest looks to take the nail work by storm.

4. Gold Glitter

These are pretty cool, don’t you think? For when you want sparkly toes, but without too much sparkle, add nail foils / tape with gold glitter. It’s sophisticated, simple to replicate, and only takes a few minutes. You can place your foil tape in whatever patterns you like, but we really like these chevron designs.

5. Matte Pastel Purple Design

Pastel shades were made for spring, and this lilac shade is no exception. Your big toenail often has the biggest surface area, so make that your featured one. In this case, a textured, matte finish has been used, whereas all the rest of the toes have been finished to a high-gloss effect. The contrast between the two works really well, and certainly packs a beautiful spring punch!

6. Black & White

Monochrome – black and white – not usually a design you’d associate with spring, but there’s something rather 60’s and Twiggy-esque about these eye-catching pedicure ideas for spring. You could do what’s been done in this design if you wanted to add some sparkle to the occasion too – those diamante style gem-stones really help to bring it all to life … although you must remember they won’t be all that practical on your toes. In our experience, they have a habit of coming off in shoes, or when rubbed against socks.

7. Sparkly Pedi with Rhinestones

Of course, if you’re planning on wearing sandals all spring and summer, you could go all-out with your rhinestone and embellished design, just like these. The glitter has been ombre’d up from the base, just where the sparkling rhinestones are, and fades away into that beautiful coral-peach backdrop. It’s a great look for summer. Didn’t you know that peach and orange tones help to make your tan look darker?

8. Elegant Blush Pink & Glitter Design

Rose gold was a massive trend throughout winter of 2016-17, and it’s a trend that is set to stay for spring and summer of this year also. Stay in trend with eye-catching pedicure ideas for spring like these – a beautiful dusky / blush pink tone that has glitter and sparkle in all the right places.

9. Cute Pastel Design with Fruit

When the warmer weather comes, there’s only one thing for it – it’s time to get fruity! Out come those wonderful summer drinks, and those beautifully fruity cocktails. Now you’ll have nails that are cocktail-Instagram worthy. Now we just need an excuse to drink fruity cocktails …

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