Dior’s Glow line consists of a tinted lip balm, lip oil, and blush. I recently tried their lip balm and blush. Here are my impressions.
Dior’s Backstage Rosy Glow Blush
Dior claims its Backstage Rosy Glow Blush reacts to an individual’s skin moisture level when applied, creating a customized rosy effect. According to the manufacturer, “the result is a natural, instant healthy glow that lasts all day long.” The Glow Blush is infused with “color reviver technology” to create this effect and comes in two shades—Pink and Coral, each costing $37.
I love this blush and consistently reach for the Pink shade each Spring. Its hue never appears much different to me, so I don’t know how effective the color technology is. But the glow the Pink shade gives off is very brightening and natural.
This is the only blush I have ever tried that leaves no texture. Instead, it melts into the skin for an authentic blushing effect. I plan to try the newer Coral shade, hoping for the perfect glowy Summer blush!
Dior’s Lip Glow Balm
The Glow Lip Balm comes in six shades and costs $34. I have tried both Pink and Rosewood and understand why this lip balm has such a cult following. Dior describes the product as a “sheer lip balm that enhances your natural lip color while moisturizing and protecting lips.”
When I first purchased this Glow Lip Balm years ago, it was only available in a single shade, Pink Glow. I loved the formula; however, I wasn’t a big fan of the actual color. The Pink shade would always end up looking almost neon on me and, therefore, not very natural at all.
I was excited when the company expanded its color range, and I was able to pick a rosier hue. The Rosewood shade is a lot more wearable for me, yet retains the formula I’ve always loved. I know $34 is a bit on the pricey side for a lip balm, but if you want subtle luxury in something that you will use daily, I recommend trying out this lip balm line. The formula is flawless!
Dior Lip Glow Oil
The Glow Lip Oil is the newest addition to Dior’s Glow line. There are 7 shades available, each costing $34. The shade range is heavy on the pinker side, however I felt like Dior did a good job on providing a decent shade range to start with.
The Oil is a non-sticky, high shine, hydrating balm texture. Similar to the rest of Dior’s Glow line, the color is reactive based on moisture level and has a minty-vanilla scent. The secret ingredient is cherry oil that promises to have an immediate and lasting hydrated feel.
I have not had a chance to personally try out this recent addition to the Dior Glow line. However, with 4/5 stars and 242 reviews on Sephora, beauty enthusiast seem to have taken a liking to it. If you prefer a more glossy appearance than just a natural slick look, then this may be just what you have been looking for!
What’s your opinion on the color-changing technology that makeup brands have been putting out? Let me know in the comments section below.