Sunday, 24 June 2012

Dior Saint-Tropez Swatches

Dior Saint-Tropez is a gorgeous creamy aqua shade that applies like butterrrr. It just looks like a swimming pool, I want to be on a beach with this colour on my nails, so delish! It's so smooth and shiny, everything you want from a polish :)

Gorgeous right? It's more green than these photos show, it's a true aqua :). This is two quick and easy coats. I read somewhere that someone thought this shade wouldn't look good on pale skin, I think it does :P I think this colour would look amazing on darker skin though, I think it's a universally flattering shade which is always good. I couldn't resist it any longer after I kept seeing it sat there in the shop, I HAD to get it ;). 

Sorry for the amount of pictures but it's too lovely! Haha I just wish the weather would liven up and stop being so windy :( I don't really have much else to say about it, I love it and that's that. 
Is anyone else going to be watching the England match tonight? Normally I hate football but I've been really getting into the Euros but only when England is playing ;) I'm excited about tonights game!  Ha I never thought I'd be saying...typing that :P. 


Unknown said...

Love this color! I think it looks just fine on pale skin!

Anonymous said...

this is beautiful! I love Dior polishes x

M. Fourey said...

You're right, it's gorgeous AND suits your white skin :) It screams summer!

Lizzy said...

That is so fantastic looking! So smooth and shiny and I think it looks great with your pale skin. :)

Anonymous said...

I think it looks amazing on pale skin!! I'm a bit nervous to wear shades like this on my darker skin but I'm trying it out this Summer for the first time - I just bought CG For Audrey today, we'll see how it goes! :)

The Sneakerette said...

whoaaa that's the most drop dead gorgeous shade ever!!! beautiful beautiful :D

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