Use This $12 Nail Polish to Achieve Selena Gomez’s Moody Manicure

Achieve the star’s aesthetic with a similar product here.
Selena Gomez and OPI nail polish

Selena Gomez and OPI nail polish.

While many of us adopt darker color palettes in the colder months, sometimes it’s fun to mix things up: and the perfect way to do so is with a moody manicure in a hue that’s different than basic black.

Celebrity nail artist Tom Bachik recently showed off one of Selena Gomez’s latest nail looks on Instagram, and the dark blue-green hue was enough of a departure from the typical black and greige colors many of us sport throughout the winter to really draw our attention.

While it’s not clear what polish Bachik used on the Only Murders in the Building star, we’ve found a comparable color for your next at-home mani.

OPI Nail Lacquer in “My Studio’s on Spring,” $11.99 (

The OPI brand is a classic for a reason, and offers up to seven days of chip-free wear. The pine green hue of “My Studio’s on Spring” is comparable to Gomez’s, so you can easily copy her look at home for less.

Bachik shared the “Single Soon” singer’s nails on Instagram on Jan. 27, and captioned the post “It’s a VIBE!! 💚✨ #nailsbytombachik #TB @selenagomez.”

“WOW! This colour 😍,” one of his 628,000 followers noted in the comments.

“Omg they are so beautiful ❤️❤️😍😍,” someone else gushed.

“Got the same color and shape yesterday 🔥 😍,” another person noted of the long, squoval-shaped nails.

“Love the color ❤️❤️❤️,” another user noted.

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Cara O’Bleness


Cara is a trending news writer/editor for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. A passionate writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience in print and online media, she loves storytelling and believes that words have the power to change the world. Prior to joining the team, Cara worked as a writer and editor across a number of content verticals, including food, lifestyle, health and wellness, and small business and entrepreneurship. In her free time, Cara loves reading, spending time with her family and making her way through Michigan’s many microbreweries. She is a graduate of Michigan State University's School of Journalism.