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Housed it in nicely weighted shiny silver compacts etched with the iconic Dior cannage pattern, the two shades actually have different outer designs. Interestingly, one of the compact features the Dior logo and the other does not. The powders come with a gorgeous mini kabuki brush and a dust bag for storage. The kabuki brush is actually quite nice, something I would use on a regular basis.
|Kabuki Brush and Compact Pouch|
|Nude Tan Tie Dye in "Pink Sunrise" (click on image to enlarge)|
|Nude Tan Tie Dye in "Coral Sunset" (click on image to enlarge)|
Featuring a combination of four different shades, the Nude tan Tie Dye Blush Harmony powders are quite sheer, working as a blush/highlight duo. The powders are smooth and beautiful, embedded with subtle shimmers and sparkles. "001 Pink Sunrise" features a combination of mauve-y plum, warm pink, pale pinkish white, and a fleshy warm nude. When combined together they form a nice light pink with subtle cool-tone shimmers, very suitable for pale skin tones.
"002 Coral Sunset" is made of a light yellow orange, a warm orange, a warm coral pink, and a iridescent pale yellowish white. When blended, this makes a very soft orange with cool tone sparkles.
|Nude Tan Tie Dye|
Wearing powder "001 Pink Sunrise", Dior Addict Fluid Stick in "Ciel Rose"
and 5 Coleur Eyeshadow in "Contraste Horizon"
These are very beautiful sheer blush highlights with subtle shimmers. The packaging is absolutely divine and for those that want a sheer flush for the cheeks, these powders work wonderfully. The effect they give is very natural and they are hard to over-apply.
The Dior Summer 2015 Collection is available starting May 1st at Dior counters nationwide.