After sharing the gorgeous new 5 Couleurs Polka Dots Eyeshadow Palettes and wonderful Milky Tints from the new Dior Summer Milky Dots Collection, it might seem like all the excitement was over. But don’t worry, I’ve got one of my favourite products from the collection to share tonight, the Dior Polka Dots Colour & Dots Manicure Kit.
The Dior Polka Dots Colour & Dots Manicure Kits come in same adorable polka dot boxes as the eyeshadows. Each includes two mini polishes (7 mL, instead of the traditional 10 from Dior) as well as a dotting tool. There are three shades available and I have Confettis (02) and Plumetis (03) which are the orange/red and purple/pink duos, but there is also a Pastilles (01) which is a white/blue option and SO pretty!
The Dior Polka Dots Colour & Dots Manicure Kit in Confettis includes Dior Vernis 652 which is a gorgeous red coral creme that is nearly opaque in one coat, although I used two. The peachy orange creme, Dior Vernis 432, has a sheerer formula but looks great after two coats. Both shades work perfectly for dotting and can be used in either combination. These polishes have the same great brush as the full-sized Dior, but with the bonus of being extra adorable.
The Dior Polka Dots Colour & Dots Manicure Kit in Plumetis includes Dior Vernis 262, a pale pink creme that is a bit sheer but looks great with two coats and is not at all streaky like some pastels. The purple shade, Dior Vernis 582, has a lovely lavender pink undertone and is really gorgeous with two coats. Again, you can dot either way and it works great, which was refreshing because sometimes light shades don’t show up well on darker ones.
I absolutely love these Dior Polka Dots Colour & Dots Manicure Kits and I think they are definitely worth picking up when the Dior Summer 2016 Collection is released. Basically nobody finishes a full-sized polish, so you still get plenty of use out of these bottles and they also work great together for nail art even a novice like me can manage!
I have lots of love for both Confettis and Plumetis, which one is your favourite?