Dior launched some new pieces in its Miss Dior Millefiori boutique collection with stunning packaging. I ordered a few of the makeup items but they have some beautifully scented products including a limited edition Miss Dior candle, bath bombs and fun bath beads.
I picked up four items to try, including:
Miss Dior Eyeshadow Palette
I’ve been really impressed with the Dior 5 Couleurs eyeshadow palettes lately and while I’m not a huge lilac/purple eyeshadow wearer, the Miss Dior palette looked neutral enough to try out. It pulls in more pink and plum than the standard photo but has a nice blend for fall. The texture is ultra soft and the mats are almost creamy. The pigment is medium strength but easily buildable for a soft, smoky plum pink.
The Miss Dior Eyeshadow Palette features a soft matte mid-pink, a sparkling slightly iridescent shimmer, a soft auburn satin shade, a mid-pearl pink, and a darker matte brown-plum color.
Swatched below alongside Chanel Les 4 Ombres in Tweed Pourpre (also reviewed here)
Miss Dior lips
There are three formulas for the Miss Dior color in Dior Addict (moisturizing shine lipstick), Addict Lip Glow (color reviving balm) and Rouge Dior Velvet (classic lipstick). I took the 2 glossy looking formulas as I am a glossy lip person.
There are a few limited edition lipstick cases for the Dior Addict lipsticks. The floral pattern caught my eye and it’s stunning! It’s canvas so I don’t know how to keep it clean of fingerprints or stains. It’s so pretty!
The Dior Addict Lipstick formula is one of my favorites from the line. Has a smooth texture, glossy finish, medium to full coverage and I love the feel on the lips! The shade of Miss Dior 1947 is a fairly soft rosewood with a slightly cool-rosy undertone, but still neutral. It’s cooler and a little more colorful than the nude look (my favourite).
The Miss Dior Lip Glow is also described as a soft rosewood tone. It looks very similar to the Rosewood (another favorite) in the tube. Because these are color-changing balms, they will look different on everyone. On my lips, Rosewood goes more tube-like, while Miss Dior goes more of a blushed pink. Both are pretty for that natural, flushed kind of glow. I prefer the rosewood tone, but both are really beautiful.
I have one more thing I wanted to share, which is the Diorlisse Abricot. This is not a new product and technically a nail care product as a ridge filler and smoother, but on its own Shade 500 is the perfect pale glossy pink for me. Two coats gives me the smooth, semi-sheer, pale pink look I want without the streaks. It also dries relatively quickly compared to other brands. This is how I wanted a lot of the light Essie shades to look (but they take forever to dry, are always too translucent, and usually look streaky on me).
If you’re looking for a beautiful pale pink with a wide, rounded brush, be sure to try either of the colors in this formula!
Overall I love all the items I picked up. I think the eyeshadow palette is really pretty, if not particularly unique. I like that the colors work well. They layer beautifully and there is enough variation for a complete eye look. Both lip colors are great for fall. Also not particularly unique with similar options out there, but I see that I can get a lot of use out of the Dior Addict Miss Dior shade.
In case you missed it, here in this post you can see what I’ve been dragging and swatching in the new Rouge Dior Forever Longwear lipstick range. The colors are transfer resistant and among the longest lasting formulas I’ve tried!
Have you checked out any new Dior beauty products lately? What have you tried lately?