Dior Summer Mix

Dior has a little “interstitial” collection out right now: Summer Mix. It’s a happy, bright, juicy, glossy, jelly offering of four glosses ($28) and four polishes ($23).
Dior, Summer Mix, 2012, swatches, 178 Cosmo, 158 Calypso, 118 Acapulco, 198 Lagoon, 542 Orange Pareo, 854 Rouge Croisiere, 664 Rose Bikini, lipgloss, nail polish, KarlaSugar, Karla Sugar
Nordstrom, Splendid, Beach Ball, maxi dressOrange Pareo is a repromote (cross-promote?) from the summer Croisette collection. It’s a sheer orange with orange and gold sparkles. Rouge Croisiere is a sheer, vivid, strawberry red. I looked everywhere, but I couldn’t find 224 Or Sunrise (that’s what was supposed to go in the empty space between Rouge Croisiere and Rose Bikini). It’s sheer/clear with gold sparkle. Rose Bikini is a bright, happy, cool candy pink.

The polishes are juicy, glossy jellies (mix and match them over other colors for even more fun. Or wear them over nude polish/a tinted basecoat like Butter London Nail Foundation to avoid Visible Nail Line). I painted three coats so they’d look opaque in my swatches.

Cosmo is bright, watermelon candy pink (doesn’t it evoke the drink perfectly?). Acapulco is Big-Bird yellow. Lagoon is cerulean blue. Calypso is bright, warm, candy-apple red (like NARS’ Lal Mirchi).

Shop the collection on Dior.com, Dillards.comicon, Macys.com, or Bloomingdales.com.

These swatches reminds me of a maxi dress I saw on Nordstrom’s website a few weeks ago (that girl’s standing on a box, right?).

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One Response to “Dior Summer Mix”

  • Nikki says:

    Rose Bikini is an adorable gloss!

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