I’ve been experimenting with Dior Fix It from the forthcoming Autumn Winter collection. Basically, it does what it says on the tin – primes and conceals for eyes, face and lips. The lip aspect is the most interesting – the Dior Fix It stick has a hydrating core running through the middle making it good for neutralizing your lip tone, although it’s anyone’s guess why you’d want to do this. That might well be something that’s only handy backstage, but much of what Dior Beauty does references catwalk and backstage, so if you’re going for a very neutral lip, you could ensure a more ‘true’ lipstick colour by giving it a blank canvas.
I’ve used the Dior Fix It more to deal with slight redness around my nostrils and it obliterates them with long lasting concealment, but as an under eye concealer, this didn’t work for me, making fine creases look worse, not better.Dior Fix It
As you can see, it’s creamy textured with high coverage and on the skin it feels very light; for a stick concealer, there is no weight to it at all, so you’d soon forget it’s there.
Peter Phillips (ex Chanel), Dior’s Creative and Image Director, uses his fingertips to apply Fix It, which I must admit, I hadn’t thought to do – because it’s a stick! And you just crayon on with a stick, don’t you?
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I love the detailing on the inner core! All in all, I think that Dior Fix It is a useful on-the-go cover up – it certainly knocks out redness very well. It comes in three shades – light, medium and dark (the one I have is medium) and launches in August.
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