Yesterday I posted about Dior's new range of 21 polishes. Today I will show you two of the most unique ones of the bunch:
706 Bronze Libertine in sunlight. Glowing,velvetty.
Bronze Libertine in the shade
Bronze Libertine is a moss green shade with some bronze in it. The green is dominant. In the shade it's pretty glossy, but in the sun *wow* glowing surprise! It had so much depth that it made me think of velvet. Pretty unique, not for my skintone but the finish is mesmerizing.
886 Aztec Chocolat in the sun
Aztec Chocolat in the shade. Shiny like vinyl
For both pictures I applied 3 coats. Application was tricky but that wasn't caused by the formula but by the new tapered brush. Both polishes swatched above had significent pearlized pigments but not so much that I would consider these frosty. Just heavy on the shimmer. No visible brush stroke issues. (if you do see them in my swatches, let me know ;-)
How do you like these shades?
Hasta la vista, Laqueristas!