I spotted Dior Nuit 1947 ($24 for 10 ml/0.33 fl oz) on This That Beauty's Instagram here and here and fell in love. I ordered it as soon as it popped up online. Dior Nuit 1947 #970 is a dark vamp with a jelly finish. The texture makes it on the sheer side. It applies with a see-through finish that can be a bit streaky with two coats. Applying a third coat seemed to be a must for me to achieve a rich dark even finish.
If you look closely at the bottle you will see very subtle shimmers. It's not really visible on the nail except at certain angles.
Here it is swatched with two coats:
Here it is with three coats:
More with three coats:
I'm out of nail wheels so I wasn't able to do a lot of comparisons. Among the vamps I pulled I did find Dior Nuit 1947 to be the deepest richest vamp with three coats. The look is very similar to many other vamps though. Unless you have direct sunlight shining on your nails, most of the vamps look identical in natural light. Here are a few comparisons I pulled to Chanel Diabolic (d/c), Chanel Western Light (limited), Chanel Rouge Noir (d/c) and Chanel Strong (d/c).
No flash, under artificial light:
I really like Dior Nuit 1947. It is a bit high maintenance since it definitely needs three coats. The finish is rich and glossy though. If you have a lot of vamps I don't think the new Dior is a must-have. It's very similar to other classic vampy nail colors.
You can find Dior Nuit 1947 now on Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Sephora along with all Dior retailers.