• DIOR NAIL GLOW •
DIOR NAIL GLOW is a nail product I’ve had on my wishlist for quite some time. I was intrigued by its claims that it would enhance the natural nails, making the pinks pinker and the whites brighter.
To reveal the natural beauty of your nails, Dior has invented Nail Glow. A treatment nail varnish that makes pink pinker, and brightens nail tips for an instant French manicure look.
• swatches •
2 coats nail glow on four fingers – (thumb is bare for one-shot comparison)
The formula of Dior’s Nail Glow is slighty on the thin side, but no more so than other clear polishes I have worked with. This is actually my first Dior polish, thus my first experience with the Dior brush and I have to say the square tip is a little awkward to work with on my nails. The brush also holds a lot of product, so brushing it up against the sides of the bottle are necessary so it doesn’t flood. Once I got the hang of the brush, and became accustomed to the formula’s consistency it was easy to work with. The dry time on the Nail Glow was impressive, even when adding two coats, so I think this is definitely something I can more easily “throw on and go” than a regular polish which is very handy.
I wanted to do a comparison between one coat and two coats, and I have to say in person I like the one coat better on my skintone. With two coats I definitely get a “pink” tone on the nail that I think is obvious against the light yellow in my skin which to me tends to look like I’ve topped my red-stained nails with a clear glossy coat. I think for those with cooler skintones it might look a little more natural though.
Overall I think the Dior Nail Glow lives up to its claims of making the white whiter and the pinks pinker! I love the way it looks with one coat on the nail, and with the quick dry time I can see myself using this often as a quick way to polish my nails if I’m in a hurry, or a great way to keep them looking nice in between manicures.
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