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Dior Diorskin Nude Tan Bloom Powder

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  • One of the few products of this type which suits fair skin.
  • Elegant looking compact.
  • Slightly heavy to carry around.
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      20.11.2014 17:10
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      • "Lasting effect."
      • "One of the few products of this type which suits fair skin."
      • "With travel kabuki brush."
      • "Elegant looking compact."
      • "Colours in range suit all ."


      • "Slightly heavy to carry around."

      Essex Girl Glow for Pink Jasmine Skin!

      Bit of Essex girl glow for pink Jasmine skin {slight poetic license here!} with Diorskin Nude Tan Bloom compact.

      I have quite fair skin which could do with a slight warm up, particularly in the winter. The lotions that I have tried to achieve this are those that are supposed to tan your face gradually; unfortunately they seemed to make my sensitive skin heat up, particularly when sleeping. Also darker tide marks from product, around the neckline are tedious, particularly if you can’t be bothered to apply extra colour on your neck & chest!

      How Nude Tan compact is packaged – in a velvet pouch in its box with a small kabuki brush. I think that this brush is great for transporting around but find a bigger kabuki brush gives a more even coverage. The pattern on the silver coloured compact is a typical Dior casing motif. This pattern reminds me of the marble type floors in luxurious Mediterranean hotels; Dior has always had a Monaco connection! The only downside to the compact is that is slightly heavy to carry around.

      The colours – The Diorskin Nude Tan compacts as a whole, cater for most shades of complexion. There are three different types: Tan extra in 2 shades; Tan glow in 4 shades & Tan bloom in 3 shades. Tan bloom comes in No.2/Sunlight [with pink], No.3 /Zenith [with peach], No.4/Sunset [darker more bronze]. Each bloom has different colours depicting the letters ‘N,U,D,E’. Having paler skin, I chose the Sunlight one. The colours described are those available in UK’s Boots. I did have a big search finding a bronzing powder suitable for fair skin, without too much shimmer; the nearest I could find to this one was Guerlain’s Terracotta 4 Seasons Blonde, with similar colours but more expensive.

      How to use – Most people would probably use the Nude Tan powder over a moisturiser/foundation. I layer mine over Diorskin Nude bb crème; a good product for fair skin, I think. I use the two lighter colours of the compact on my cheekbones to contour; the darker colour, to shade my nose & forehead. Many people might find it quicker to blend all the colours all over the face including under the jaw line. This might work out a bit too dark for people with v.fair skin. I complete my cheekbones accentuate with a pink cream blusher. This is because I’m a bit of a pink princess at heart!! Uk Boots price: £38 but widely available from Dior stockists. Doesn’t seem to produce any allergic reaction & my skin is quite sensitive so prob. suits all skin types. The product seems to last in its compact & lasts all day on me.


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  • Product Details

    The first DIOR Colour and Glow Powder, combining dazzling shades with flesh tones for a radiant fresh glow / With its Kabuki mini-brush, this powder comes in 4 colour harmonies: 2 pink harmonies to add a touch of freshness and a highlighting effect, and 2 apricot harmonies for a vibrantly sensual glow / 10g /

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