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Dior Rosy Glow Healthy Glow Awakening Blush

Dior Rosy Glow Healthy Glow Awakening Blush

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    Magically works with my skin tone

    I think the point Dior wanted to get across in the product name was glow. The product is meant to impart a naturally flushed look to cheeks. This is a great blush that somehow adjusts to work with a variety of skintones. Dior Rosy Glow Blush comes in one shade, Petal, which appears bright pink in the compact. Dior writes, "Recreate the look of just-pinched, rosy cheeks with this finely-milled morelight-pink blush. The unique formula adjusts to your skin’s natural chemistry to create a customized look and the universal shade, Petal #001, is flattering on all skintones. Its ultra-fine, powder texture and irresistible rose fragrance offer a moment of pure indulgence with each application." The blush comes in a shiny silver toned and clear case that is rectangular (approx 3"x2 1/2") and about 1/2" deep. The top is shiny silver with the word Dior inscribed into it, and the bottom is clear. The compact comes with a black velvet pouch with the initials CD embossed into it. Inside there is a large mirror filling the entire underside of the lid, then the blush fills about half of the compact with the applicator brush on the other side. The blush has a textured surface with the word Dior in raised lettering across its surface. The brush is about 1 1/4 inches wide and has a silver toned rectangular handle with the word Dior etched onto it. The product retails for $44. The first thing I noticed when I opened the compact was the scent of roses. Well that and how incredibly bright pink the blush is. The rose scent is not overpowering and it fades quickly once the blush is applied. The most pleasant surprise of all was the fact that the brush included with this blush is actually quite functional. I can't remember the last time I actually used a brush that came with a blush. They are always much too small and useless for me. The brush that came with my Dior Rosy Glow Blush is wonderful and it's how I always apply this product. It is wide enough to blend the product in for a natural look, and it's soft but picks up the blush beautifully and easily. The blush itself is very finely milled and I have never seen even one little crumb of it come off. When I swipe the brush across it the blush is easily picked up by the brush but with no dust or crumbs left anywhere else. When I first applied this blush I thought that it might not work for my skintone. I'm fair with yellow and pink undertones and have dark brown hair and green eyes. I thought this would be much too bright for me and when first applied it did seem a little too bright pink. But then within a couple of minutes I noticed that it looked fantastic. It looked exactly as described, just like I was out in the cold or just pinched my cheeks and they were naturally flushed. I had a healthy glow, which I guess is where they got the whole "rosy glow" name. I can't attest to whether or not this actually works with "all" skintones as claimed, but it did work for me and in the compact it definitely doesn't look anything like any other blush I have ever used. It seems like it must have some sort of magical shade adjusting ability. I find that this blush wears extremely well staying in place all day long without touch ups. It seems like it is so finely milled that a miniscule amount of it is used up each time I wear it, so I'm sure it will last for ages. The blush has no glitter or sparkles that I can see so I feel like the finish it provides is very natural. I was taken aback by the price when I purchased it but I've been so happy with it, and intrigued by the way it adjusts to look so natural on me, that I really can't complain about the price tag. I think because of the way it is supposed to work with a variety of skintones, and the luxurious nature of it, it would make a great gift since you wouldn't have to be careful to purchase just the right shade for someone. Dior also makes a lipcolor in this same fashion that is supposed to adjust to the perfect shade for your lips and I plan to try it out soon too. I'll let you know what I think of it.
    ribbit2jen | 9 reviews

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