Imagine luminous skin bathing in the sun… Fresh pink cheeks and glowy cheek bones… Does that make you happy already?With *Diorskin Nude Shimmer 001 Rose and *Diorskin Nude Tan 001 Transat Edition, you are guaranteed to have that beautiful glow!
When swirled together, Dior Diorskin Nude Shimmer 001 Rose (RRP: 57 euros. In English it is called Pink) is a fresh berry pink blush. The finely-milled powder is so soft that it seems powdery in the swatch, but on the face it doesn’t look that way. The glowy finish is a smidgen frosty, but only barely so. The slightly drier powder looks fine on my normal cheeks. However, if you have pore/dry skin concerns, you might want to have it applied at the counter to see how it fares!
Here is how Diorskin Nude Shimmer Rose/Pink swatches. The first two stripes are the two shades swatched separately, and the third stripe is everything swirled together:
Here is how it looks blended out:
Despite being a lighter shade, Diorskin Nude Shimmer Rose/Pink doesn’t require much building up at all to show up on my fair-medium skin tone. For me personally, it glows just enough so that I don’t need a separate highlighter, but not so much that it is visibly sparkling! It also has great lasting power. With or without a powder on top, it could stretch past a normal working day!
If you crave for more light, maybe Dior Diorskin Nude Tan 001 Transat Edition could be your answer! It comes with a white kabuki brush that is a little softer than the regular brown/black one (not that I would call the regular one stiff though. I use the ones I have all the time with bronzer and powder foundation). Something I have to mention is the velvet sleeve you usually get with these kabuki brushes is nowhere in sight with these two. The compacts do still come with a pouch though!
To tie in with the nautical theme, Diorskin Nude Tan 001 Transat Edition comes with a rope pattern. The powder feels creamy, and you barely need any product at all for quite a glistening effect!
Diorskin Nude Tan 001 Transat Edition is a pale gold. The shimmer itself is rather fine, but the high-shine finish is not what I would call subtle. I barely have to dip my brush into the pan to have enough product to work with, so remember to use a really light hand and a brush that allows more precise application. Those who have combination/oily skin might want to take extra precaution. I have combination skin myself, and I prefer to restrict this to the top of my cheekbones.
What would a Mostly Sunny post be without some photos for you to see how something looks on, right? Here I have Diorskin Nude Shimmer Rose/Pink on my cheeks, and Diorskin Nude Tan 001 Transat Edition on the top of my cheekbones. I also swiped whatever was left on my brush on my forehead and nose bridge.
I also have: Dior Cabine and Pavillon Diorshow Mono Transat Edition, Dior Mayday Addict Lipstick, Dior Offshore Addict Gloss, and Givenchy Phenomen’Eyes Waterproof Turquoise Obsession on. Reviews coming up soon!
I wore the same combo on my cheeks with Dior Wonderland Addict Fluid Stick. I am truly obsessed with the formula, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it!