"Discover the new-generation Dior Vernis and its ingenious formula that plays up the gel effect.
Shine. "Gel Coat" resins with intense purity combined with a Techno-Polymer transform each coat of enamel into a film as smooth and shiny as glass.
Hold. Enriched with organic silicon, the new Dior Vernis strengthens the nail surface for extra-long wear. The Techno-Polymer creates a seamless bond between the nail and the enamel. For really long staying power.
Feed your colour addiction with the new Dior Vernis, formulated without toluene, formaldehyde, phthalates or camphor." - Dior
899 Corail is a beautiful bright coral shade that is pigmented in only one coat. This polish dries to a super shiny finish, even without a top coat. I think that this bright coral would look amazing with a tan!
499 Rose is a light baby pink with a ton of beautiful gold shimmer. I used two coats for an almost opaque finish. This colour is super feminine, and I think that it would make a great work-appropriate polish.
599 Pink actually has some coral undertones to it, but it's not as bright as Corail. This peachy pink has a creme formula that's opaque in two coats. The wide brush makes it easy to apply this polish in just two swipes.
Dior's Vernis are definitely a bit of splurge, but it's always nice to treat yourself every once in a while. All three of these shades are ones that I would get a ton of use out of, so they're great options if you're looking to invest in a quality polish. These three shades are limited edition colours, so pick them up ASAP if you see something that you like!