My first blush from Dior. The DiorBlush Glowing Colour Powder Blush in 839 Vintage Pink is one of the two released in their Fall makeup collection. The other is 889 Pink In Love which is brighter and more pink. Head over here to view swatches of 889 Pink In Love.
The DiorBlush Glowing Colour Powder Blush in 839 Vintage Pink comes in a similar casing as their 5 Couleurs Couture Colour Eyeshadow Palette – in terms of the material, colour and size. It contains a whopping 7.5g of product, made in France and it retails at S$66 each.
7.5g is a lot of product if compared to a typical Chanel Joues Contraste which contains 4g of product and costs S$65.
The DiorBlush Glowing Colour Powder Blush consists of two tones of blush – one matte finish which enhances the natural skintone and the other with a pearly finish to highlight and add colour to the complexion.
839 Vintage Pink contains a dusty mid-tone rose (matte) and a shimmery baby pink with a hint of peach (pearl).
My camera doesn’t quite does justice to this beautiful blush. It looks so much more attractive in real life – trust me. The matte colour has an almost satiny finish to it, giving off the perfect sheen to glowing skin and the pearl shade is excellent as a highlighter along the cheek bones.
When mixed together, it reminds me a little of NARS Orgasm and Benefit Sugarbomb (view my Benefit Box O’ Powder collection and swatches here).
I can see myself falling so much in love with the DiorBlush Glowing Colour Powder Blush, I will be getting more in no time.
The texture is incredibily smooth and silky and it is also very lightly scented. 839 Vintage Pink has a decent colour payoff, it’s one of those shades and formula which you don’t have to worry of being over-the-top.
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