Dior Lilac nail polish for spring 2016

dior lilac nail polish spring 2016

Pictured: Dior Lilac nail polish for spring 2016

Dior Lilac nail polish is from Dior’s spring 2016 beauty collection. It is a bright lilac color which instantly grabbed my attention. I am in love!

I have never tried Dior nail polish before. I always had Dior in the back of my mind, but haven’t seen a color before which made me pull the trigger and purchase one. For spring 2016, Dior has two colors which are right on trend with the current color trends for the spring 2016 season; Lilac and Bluette (which I will review soon!). Love that!

I tested out Dior Lilac nail polish for spring 2016 with two coats of color, one base coat, and one top coat. The nail polish is long lasting, and offers beautiful color saturation! Dior Lilac nail polish is a cream polish which needs two coats for full coverage. It is not streaky, and offers a solid color once dry. The brush is a little bit thicker than I am used to using to apply nail polish, but that did not matter. The brush was easy to use, and mess free!

Dior Lilac nail polish blends well with the current shades of pink, fashion is offering for spring. While American designers favored blush, and shades of rose on their spring runways, European designers showed bright shades of pink; all of which play well with Lilac.

If you are in love with all the various shades of blue for spring 2016, Dior Lilac nail polish is the ideal contrast to a blue ensemble. After all, the biggest color trend of the season is to wear blue with a shade of pink! Although Lilac is in the purple family, Dior Lilac nail polish offers more of a pinkish hue than traditional lilac, making it great in-between color if you are not a straight pink person.

I am thrilled with Dior Lilac nail polish, and look forward to purchasing more Dior nail polish in the future. I always love it when I fall in love with a new brand!

Dior Lilac nail polish for spring 2016 can be found online here, and here.

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