Very nice. Goes on smooth and looks fresh for ages. Nice even coverage and easy to blend. Expensive but worth it!
I agree with previous rewiewer - this is the best foundation I have ever tried! It gives moisture, radiance and no mask. It stays the day long w/o caking at the end of the day. Just love it! Even in cold whearther it protects my sensitive skin. The smell is not så nice though, but it doesn't matter when the product is gourgeous. Will def purchase.
UPDATE: I've found Chanel Vitalumiere Satin Smoothing Creme Compact, wich I like better than Dior Satin Eclat. But this one is still good foundation.
This is the best foundation I have seen my wife in.You know those first impressions of woman that make you say"where do they get that look"Christian dior"foundation gals.Her skin is flawless after this is applied.She looks like an up front flawless model.This is after over 100 foundations were put to the test.None would work for her dry and patchy skin,or microdermabrasions.This makeup brings her beauty out.It is creamy,and does not dry the skin while it stays matte.
This is her HG foundation.
The SA suggested I try this when I returned the Diorskin fluid (see other review). I tried it for a week and though it didn't acentuate the dry spots on my face, I think the color is too pink and the fragrance is worse than the one in the Diorskin Fluid. Plus it was starting to make my skin itch (probably the fragrance). I was not impressed with this foundation, though it was not the worst I've used.
My skin is not as oily in winter as is in summertime so I decided to purchase a more moisturising and less matte foundation (I usually use Revlon CS foundations - love them all, especially natural). I asked for a sample size of this and other three foundations for normal to dry skin. The color match was very good (no. 200). This foundation is supposed to make skin look fresh, luminous and rested. Well, to me it did just the opposite. Don't know why, but I looked terrible tired when wearing this. The coverage was ok. Obviously foundations for normal to dry skins don't work for me. I guess I'll stick with the matte ones.
Ive been using it for the past month and its the perfect shade for my pale skin (200) and doesnt break me out and has good coverage that blends well!!!
Im lovin' it!
This is an excellent foundation. I was looking for something that wouldn't cling to dry skin patches on my face and yet wouldn't be greasy at the same time. Eclat Satin is a thin, runny liquid foundation that comes in the traditional Diorskin pump. One pump is enough for the whole face. It covers well, spreads over the skin easily, and doesn't sink into pores or lines. It is not matte, but not dewy, so "satin" IS a great word for the finish. Loose powder is not needed but can extend the length of time an oilier skin can go without touchup. I do have normal-oily skin (dry patches due to overly aggressive treatment of a breakout), and this does not become greasy or too shiny on me, but rather makes me look younger. I do find this to be quite similar to Chanel Vitalumiere, except it does not have the subtle "glow" that Vitalumiere provides. One thing that keeps me from giving it a 5 is the smell. It is not a smell I find pleasant. The first time I used this, I used more than one pump's worth of foundation, the smell stuck with me, on my face, all day. But with just one pump of foundation, the smell fades off my skin quickly. I am an NC15 and use shade 100, "ivory", which is the lightest shade. I think there is a chance I could even go one shade up as well.
An excellent foundation, goes on smooth (excellent slip), lasts long, color stays true, and looks amazing on. The only reason I don't wear it that often is that I prefer extra SPF protection in my covereage whenever possible. Thus, for nighttime wear, this is one of my favorites--coverage is exceptionally natural with no mask like effect.
My best foundation buy was lancome for the colour range and to a degree the texture for a while. Teint idole was my favourite. Shiseido was also good.
But i wanted something more than just silicone style foundations with good finishes that lasted wonderfully for 3 hours before the silicone slipped off your face.
In came diorskin!
The satin foundation i have is in 200.. too tan for me but if i don't blend it into my jaw line it looks great. I finish it off with pressed powder. This satin range has a tackyness too it when applied to the face.. so that is why the powder glides on and stays there. Even without the powder, the tack gets absorbed and you have a flawless finish that blends inperfections. The foundation just seems to disappear on your face too so it just looks natural and blended. No obvious make up lines.
I am really happy with this despite the wrong colour match.. maybe it's not so bad with summer coming in a few more months.
Give it a go and i think you will love it.
70 odd dollars in australia.
The pump bottle lets you control how much you want to squirt out so you don't have to press all the way down. The bottle is a lovely frosted glass with a dark blue lid. This is luxury inside and out!
I just got a sample of this from my aunt who lives in France. I am not sure if u can get this particular Dior foundation in the U.S but, if so... Its definitely worth looking into. I tried the Soft Beige & medium Beige in the "beige" category & they both rock. This foundation was actually made for normal to dry skin but, I have oily skin & it held up beautifully all day. This is a full coverage makeup but, doesn't look fake which I like. Its moisturizing & gives a satin flawless finish. Hasn't broken me out yet, been testing for 3 days now. My HG foundation now is La Prairie Caviar but, if I wasn't wearing La Prairie.. I would wear this one. I have to price it here in the states, not sure how much it costs. I highly recommend this one ladies. Its very similar in coverage & look to the La Prairie Caviar one but, w/ out the pricey cost.