Obsessed with this product!! I use it as a primer and a setting spray. It's a quick and easy primer that gives my skin a nice glow and eases my foundation application. As a setting spray, it takes down the powdery look and again gives the skin a really pretty glow without looking oily. The only downside is the price, but that's Dior for you I guess... I'm hooked though, would still re-purchase.
Well, we will see how long the can lasts on this. How I use it is I spray this onto a foundation brush and then I press it on to my face. I start in the middle where the large pores are, and I work it in to my skin by pressing my brush with a rolling motion. I don't do more than two sprays. Then, I follow up with foundation. I like it so far. It has a little bit of shimmer (that is probably a strong word) that is very subtle and probably does help minimize imperfections. One of these days, I will try it on just one side of my face and put foundation on my whole face and see if it holds up better and if my pores are minimized. But, for now, I really like it.
This is a gimmick. I love all the other Dior products but this did nothing for me.
At first I wasn't sure about this primer, but it has grown on me. I don't spray it on my face because it is quite messy. I spray it into my hands and pat it on. It's not like most primers that minimize pores, but it gives a nice brightening glow that radiates through your foundation. It's not oily or greasy.
The price is high at $48, but that didn't stop me as long as it worked. I wish it wasn't a spray, but will buy again.
I bought this on a recommendation of a youtuber I like to watch and thought huh? Am I using this wrong? I saw no difference in my skin texture, tone or foundation longevity. The hefty price tag 69$ is not justifiable at all. At that price point I expected something visible. It didn't give me a white cast but also didn't make a difference. Back it goes.
Reference: NC15-20, Chanel .5/1.0 tone