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Dior Pink Shift Diorblush Colour Gradation Review, Swatches, Photos

by Tavia

Hello pretties!

A new day, another review from Dior Spring 2017 Colour Gradation Collection (info, photos) and this time is Dior Pink Shift Diorblush, a vibrant colour powder blush. I couldn’t miss out on this one as you know how in love I am with the sweetness of a pink color, but I also got the coral shade so I can review both of them. My first love from this collection is Dior Rising Pink Diorskin Nude Air (review, swatches) that I showed you the other day and this gorgeous pink gradation blush comes next.



U.S. Launch Date – January 2017

International Launch Date – February 2017

Dior Pink Shift (002) Diorblush Colour Gradation (6.5 g / 0.22 oz) is a combination of light and medium pink with cool undertones and a soft matte finish. Due to the gradation of color you can either get a soft touch of pink, just to add a bit of freshness and the sense of spring on your cheeks, or you can pass on to something more pigmented and choose to swirl your brush in the upper color of the pan.For me this means, that you actually have two blushes in one and it’s up to you to choose the brightness of the color by picking up the lightest or more pigmented shade, or you just can mix them together.

It goes perfectly on my fair skin tone, adding a touch of rosy color to give me freshness and it doesn’t emphasizes pores because it gives a smooth matte finish. It feels very smooth and silky to the touch, but it does kick off a bit of excess powder when I swirl my brush and try to pick up product.

The packaging can easily be seen in the photos bellow as the blush comes in the classical Dior luscious navy compact with a mirror inside and has a small brush inside.

This vibrant color powder blush adheres well onto the skin and has a silky, easily blendable texture. I had about 6 hours wear and after that I can visible see that the color is diminished.

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