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Spring nail color: First Timer by Essie

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Are you looking for cute, more vibrant nail polish colors to wear for the spring season? If so, First Timer by Essie is a unique, pastel shade that is perfect for a spring manicure.

First Timer is a mint green, seafoam colored nail polish. It goes on opaque, has an appealing shiny finish and looks its best in two light, even coats. This polish can easily add a pop of color to an ordinary, everyday look.

If you want to try something a little different with your manicure and include an accent nail or nail art designs, there are a few colors to choose from that will stay in the theme of spring colors.

If you want to experiment with simple nail art designs like stripes or polka dots, nail polish colors including silver or gold glitters, white and light pink colors will complement the mint green shade of First Timer. These polish colors will also help to create a cute, spring appropriate manicures.



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