Although I’m already a Dior fan, the new Dior Addict Lacquer Plump are truly next level. I don’t see many things that are so surprisingly good so when something like this comes along it’s a bit of a thrill! In essence, it’s a plumping lacquered lip ink – light and water-weight in the feel on the lip, incredibly stainy, moisturising and plumping. The texture is the surprise I think because I don’t know of another product that claims all of these things in a water-weight formula.
The biggest claim for the product is that it even 24 hours after application lip hydration levels climb by 78%. I actually didn’t know that was a claim before I tried it yesterday and wore it for at least 6 hours. By the time I took my make up off, while I don’t think there was a lot left, it did – fleetingly – cross my mind that my lips didn’t feel at all dry. With this type of product, they always do and the dryness often carries on into the next day and that’s just not the case today. So, while we will never ever know whether that very specific 78% is tangible outside of lab testing, there is definitely something good going on. I didn’t particularly notice a plumping effect.
Apparently, the magic is in the oil and water emulsion with infusions of hyaluronic and hibiscus.
A particular thing that you need to know about the Dior Addict Lacquer Plump is that the colour intensifies as you wear it up to a certain point. I tested the lightest pink shade, Dior Pretty, and was surprised at how intense it had turned after a couple of minutes of wear.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Shades in the swatch (from 16 options) are: Dior Fever, Dior Pretty, Dior Pulse and the metallic Dior Glitz. I don’t have a price yet but they’re launching any day now… definitely a spring time treat!
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