Dior Spring 2015 Nails Review, Swatches - Really Ree
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Dior Spring 2015 Nails Review, Swatches

4 Jan 2015 (Updated: 20 Jan 2019)

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Oooh yes! I am very pleased with the Dior Spring 2015 Nails offering! There are 3 new gel effect shades – Lady 294, Glory 660, and Majesty 244. There’s also a rather exciting Top Coat Eclosion which contains yellow, green and white micro-confetti. I have Glory and Majesty to show you. Love them!

Dior Spring 2015 Nails Review

They are such pretty shades and I have to say, I was instantly obsessed with Majesty! It really is the most beautiful peachy nude shade – although Dior are calling it rosebud pink.

Dior Spring 2015 Nails Review – Majesty 244

Glory is also stunning. It is a really vibrant reddy pink and lots of people like this one when I posted it next to Majesty on Instagram.

I really love the formula of the Dior gel effect polishes. It is thick enough to get that puffy, gel look that we all love, yet it glides on to the nail just like a traditional more fluid polish. I love the big fat brush which literally covers the entire nail in one sweep. It makes application so so easy.

Dior Spring 2015 Nails – Swatches

Here is Glory and Majesty swatched for you. This is 2 coats with no top coat so you can see how shiny it is on its own.

Dior Spring 2015 Nails Swatch – Glory 660
Dior Spring 2015 Nails Swatch – Majesty 244

Last night I went to bed with Glory on my left and Majesty on my right because I just couldn’t decide. Today I have decided that it has to be Majesty. I absolutely adore it. It is really chic and understated yet really packs a punch of pigment. Oooh that’s some alliteration for you!

You can shop the Dior Spring 2015 Nails collection at Selfridges already as they have the exclusive preview. The Dior Spring 2015 Kingdom of Colors collection goes nationwide on 14th January 2015.

Check out my post on the full collection and see the swatches from the Kingdom of Colors palette.



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