Dior have a wonderful new range of lip glosses and nail colours! The whole range aims to be seductive yet summery and the light pink, reds, and orange shades really pack a punch.
The glosses are long lasting and non sticky and have a strong colour. If you have a preference on glosses then you can be sure to find one you like as there are strong coloured glosses, pearly or shimmery effects. The high shine makes them really brighten up an outfit and there is certainly plenty of choice. The light reflecting particles make your lips a statement, and they also have a plumping effect. They also come in lipsticks too if you prefer a denser colour with a more matte finish.
The new nail colours also reflect the playfuness and brightness of the glosses. With each nail colour adopting a shade from bright red to pretty pinks, any nail paint will go with any gloss, and they have a fantastic little testing device on their website where you can pick and choose which gloss and nail paint to try together, to give you a better look at how versatile the collection is. Each nail colour is priced at £15.
Princess is on trend with all the new pink shades coming out for summer. With more of a paleness, it is one of the more subtle colours but is slight shimmer adds to the 'princess' feel.
'Spring Ball' is a pretty coral colour with peachy tones, and again it has a slight shimmer to make it more girly.
'Diablotine' is a smouldering pink colour dabbling with red shades. This is more of a bold colour.
'Delice' is right on trend with the orange toned nails that is storming the nail trend this Spring. Again, it is a more subtle orange but it will still make your hands and feet look sun kissed and glowing.
Another exciting addition to the Dior collection is the gel coat top coat. Leaving your manicure with a gel effect finish, the coat leaves a high shine and smooth effect that lasts for days. It's flexible and protects the nails with a professional finish. It's rumored to be better than some of the exclusive nail companies gel top coat so this is definitely worth purchase at £18.
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