I’m way behind reviewing the new Diorblush Sculpt and I like them a whole lot more than I thought I would. I don’t sculpt – intentionally at least although I might have accidentally done it in the 80’s – and these are versatile enough that you can completely ignore the sculpt aspect of it and treat it as a very nice blush and highlighter instead.
The deeper shade is matte so if you do love a bit of face contouring, it’s quickly blendable and won’t give you glitter face, while the highlight option is a perfect shade partner to give you the light aspect.
Or you can just swirl them together and have a sheeny blush (or in this case, shade 003 Beige Contour, a bit of a bronzing, healthy uplift). I know we’re all supposed to be chiselling our cheeks and letting the light bounce off our bones but it’s not for everyone.
Dior hasn’t gone too far into the Kardashian territory with these – they’re subtle and grown up and I like them for that. They’re £32 each, with three shade options (in the swatch above: Pink Shape, Coral Shape and Beige Contour) HERE.
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...
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