18 December 2012

The Review: Dielle Nail Colour



I love the smell of nail polish in the morning!! A fab new line of nail polishes have just been detected on my radar, Dielle a concious polish brand with no Toluene, Formaldehyde, DBP, Camphor, & Pthalic Acid so you can feel good about putting it on you fingers.
Dielle are also active in giving back and inspiring women, the founder Ros is committed to making positive change in countries like Haiti. Dielle also creates nail polishes with ALL skin tones in mind, creating shades that complement every woman.


 The lovely people at Dielle sent me some polishes to try just in time for the festive season
I picked out Modern Goddess, Composed and was sent Unyielding Courage & Lustre Gel Coat as well (bonus!) 

 COMPOSED

UNYIELDING COURAGE

MODERN GODDESS 

So what's so good about it?  if the fact that it it doesn't contain Toluene, Formaldehyde, DBP, Camphor, & Pthalic Acid doesn't sway you then perhaps the perfect  shades will.
I love the Dielle colour palette, though it includes orange, yellow and a bright pink the hues are very grown up and quite muted. 'Composed' is one of the best taupe colours I've tried with great coverage.
The polishes are all very fast drying my nail art was done and dry in 10 minutes. The Lustre Gel Coat gives a very professional finish to your nails. 
This is grown people polish! it's not like some £2 polish from superdrug, if Rimmel is the bratty little sister then Dielle is the classy aunt, strong, elegant & understated.

Ok so what wrong with it? It's at the higher end of the price bracket at £12 (Dielle are currently having a sale so each bottle is only £9) per bottle, the price does reflect the quality of the nail polish and they hold there own against OPI & Essie (possibly better because Dielle polishes dry faster!) 
Also some might find the line to small, with only 20 shades to pick from, however with the collection most colours are accounted for.





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