Dior’s newest nail polish collection is a collaboration with German artist Anselm Reyle, who is known for saturated, neon colors. The collection debuted at Art Basel in Miami in December, but it finally popped up on Dior.com and also on Saks.com recently.
Today I have swatches of Pink Graffiti, a very bright, slightly raspberry leaning pink. It’s on the cool side but doesn’t get into purple territory at all, and in person it’s very vibrant and eye-popping. Pink Graffiti went on well and was opaque in just two coats. The Dior wide brush helps make application easy. To me, this is the classic Valentine’s Day pink, bright and candy-ish. It’s my favorite out of the five Anselm Reyle polishes.
In the shade you can see more of the cool tone, and how glossy it dries.
The Anselm Reyle Collection is limited edition, so it probably won’t be available for very long – you should pick it up if you’re interested!