Christian Dior • DiorShow Powder • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||54%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I really dislike this product. I really do not like shimmery powders or blush. The packaging is cute, I'll give it that. However, I find the sponge to be messy and not appealing. We never sell this at my store which sells Dior, people seem to be turned off mainly by a) the price and b) the application of the product. Would not reccomend or repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Excellent product.. love the Detachable puff applicator.. i use it on my body or face.. the shimmers last.. n its so so soft yet shimmery.. super classy container.. love it!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
this product is really cute and the color is really intense.however i find that if appplied directly from the puff it sorta gives u that two big dots look and i need to use my brush to quickly blend the color.Overall it's a great product
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this Dior Show Powder... I don't use it as a blush-on though. I put it on top of my blush-on and my cheek-bones will get highlighted with these sparkly, glowing powder. I got two colors... one is a light pink, the other one is a natural sparkle (I think it was on Winter 2007 collection). I love this product so much and I will definitely buy it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this prduct purely because I wanted to try this new revolutionnary "puffy pot" applicator... and I enjoyed it much in the end ! There is a wide choice of color, it is easy to use, handy, and esy to transport too. For once, glitter doesn't rhyme with mess all over ! The smell is subtle and enjoyable, works for all over the body and really, a great inventon ! The only Eek about it is the price :(
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I bought this in the light pink. It's lovely packaging but I always end up applying it on top of my regular blush. Sometimes I over-blush because it's hard to control the application of the powder. It usually ends up all over my cheeks as opposed to just on the apples. I wouldn't buy it again because it's expensive and does not have sufficient colour and I don't have sufficient control over its application.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
The packaging is extremely cute. I bought it mainly for the packaging since I'm a sucker for it. The powder is really shimmery with little to no color. It didn't look that great on me. Would I purchase $45 for this blush? Heck no! That's way too much for a blush that lacks in quality compared to even Bourjois which is at 1/3 of the price.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I don't think this is marketed as a blush, but you could use it that way. I purchased this powder in 009 to wear as a subtle shadow on my eyelids, but it was so subtle that now I wear it mainly as an addition to my face powder (T. LeClerc in camellia) for a subtle glow; you can see the sparkles only if you get up very very close. The finish is gorgeously light and long-lasting, doesn't cake at all--much better than wearing translucent powder. I have not tried to use the sponge puff in the full size product. I can't imagine using this as a blush, since it's so light and sheer. But it's a lovely highlighter for the eyes and cheeks and body! UPDATE: I purchased the tester size in white on eBay, and found that the smaller sponge applicator is perfect for applying the powder directly to my eyelids; it looks totally fab! BTW, I'm 40, and unlike other shimmery powders or shadows I've tried, this powder does not "enhance" fine lines at all, in fact, I think it does the opposite due to the "soft focus" effect it creates.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I have this in Catwalk Pink. I hesitated to wear it at first since the color inside the applicator was BRIGHT. However upon application the powder produce a color that can easily be blended to a sheer consistency with a use of a brush. You really have to put a lot to get a good amount of color, however I like my cheeks to look natural =) I am not thrilled about the puff application, the concept is cute but blending the color with the puff does not seem hygenic. The powder is within the puff, so one cannot exert control over the amount of powder being dispensed. Due to the price, I will not repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought the color "Spotlight Peach 004" and its a very shimmery soft peach/pink color with lots of microfine glitter but.. the color barely shows.
you have to pile SO much of the product on your cheeks and by the time the color shows up, you have massive amounts of glitter on them.
it smells light and perfumy, but the application puff does seem that after awhile, it will get dirty and gross to use for application. and its hard to get the product onto the puff in the first place b/c the puff is a LOT bigger than the opening of the jar.. so if you're not careful, you end up spilling the blush. :(
the price is rediculous!! $39 on Sephora. thats WAY TOO MUCH for blush
.. i will not repurchase, and i will not reccomend.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I adore this blush!!! I have to say that I got sucked in because of the packaging. I have this in 003, its a very nice pink, and i normally thought i wouldnt wear that kinda color, but it look really nice. It's very shimmery, so if you're after something that look natural, dont go there. The packaging is great, you can take out the puff and wash it, and put it back on. I love it. I'm considering getting the other colors too.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have Diorshow powder in Artistic Bronze. I dont know why everyone is saying how they got this bcos of the cute girl packaing which I myself thought was blah. I mean it didnt make me want to buy it at all, it was just the product itself. I took off a lippie becuse sure the colorlooked great on me for the first couple of months but then maybe a got darker or something and it just didn't really show up on my skin anymore=[ which is too bad becasue i loved this blush. Its pretty much common sense that using the puff wont apply it properly its just there to look cute. And I recommend that u dip the brush into the conatainer blow/tap off the access powder then apply where u wanna apply. then screw back on the lid with the puff and use that to blend in the blush so the powder isnt just sitting on ur skin. The colors are also great. I would purchase this again but the color sadly does not look good on me anymore=[
p.s why do people take off lippies becasue the price of the make up is expensive. that has nothin to do with how well the make up itself works. And the ppl who usually do this actually like the product it self i find this to be extremely annoying especially if the reviewer saids that they just "love" the product. If u think its to expensive then dont fcuking buy it then.. geez!! it like u want to annoy the fcuk out of me. STOP IT (but this does not apply to everyone)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I was lemming this god knows why.So I gave this a try at my counter before I order it online(which is a bit cheaper than buying from the counter).Anyways I'm so glad I tried this first because the actual product in the super cute container sucks big time.There's no color nor pigment nor shimmer in this one.The puff is too unhygienic because it remains dirty all the time.Also you need to rub that dirty thing on your face too many times because there's not enough powder coming out on the puff for the first few times.Total waste of money.Hope you read this before you splurge your $$ on this product.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
okay, once again bought this on a shopping frenzy (along with airflash and skinflash) and regret it :( .... Pros : adorable packaging and concept. Cons : the smell!!!!!! Too perfumy // The color : have this in nį3 (apricot) and it is really ***orange*** and way too glittery for daytime, sooooo obvious on!!!! Third con : the powder flies all over the place when you open the lid!!!
So overall : a big NONO :( !!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
For the price, I was expecting a lot more. It's a lovely color but it took me about 5 tries before I finally got it right. First off, don't use the sponge thing it comes with. I don't even understand that. Not only does it not work, it applies the poweder so strangely and will crease your foudation. So I unscrewed it and used by Urban Decay knurled blush brush and it looked just fine. But don't apply too much, especially if you have fair skin like me, because it will SCREAM pink! So I just apply a light dusting and it looks great. I won't use it very often because of the price, but I think Benefit's Dendelion is better and much cheaper.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This is beautiful blush, it looks so beautiful and fresh on! I am not a fan of the packaging so I took the sponge out and now just dip my blush brush right into the powder. It's insanely expensive but the color and texture is beautiful. It makes me feel very fancy when I put it on :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have this in Girly Pink (002), and itís as if two of my makeup loves Ė Christian Dior & sheer pink blush Ė have come together to create something thatís practically a HG.
The DiorShow Powders are loose highlighter powders with sheer colour and subtle shimmer. Girly Pink is exactly what its name says, a sheer, pale, girly pink with a subtle shimmer. The colour is very sheer. It barely shows up on my PPP/LLL complexion. While this would be a disappointment for some, itís exactly what Iíve been looking for. The powder gives me a subtle pink glow, instead of a wash of colour like other blushes. Itís like Diorís Tahiti Pink blush or the pink pan of the Pearl Shimmer DiorGlam palette (sadly, LE) in loose powder form. The powder itself is very finely milled, goes on silky smooth, and doesnít cake or look chalky.
The packaging is very cute, but itís my main source of disappointment. I find that the sponge/puff applies the powder unevenly and seems to trap a lot of product in it. To deal with this, I unscrew the top and dip my blush brush in the bottom of the cap. It picks up just enough powder and gives me more control over the application.
3/5 lippies. Donít love the packaging, but the quality of the powder, sheer colour, and understated shimmer make this one a winner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been using my friends and I love this blush! The packaging is so cute!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I reaaaaallllly wanted to love this blush! :( I bought Philosophy's the supernatural which is in the same kinda packaging so I wanted a blush in the same look. After the review for catwalk pink 003, i thought it was a sure thing. I finally got it in the mail from sephora.com and I LOVED the packaging and I loved the fact that the blush came thru the puff evenly and centered rather than splotchy. BUT I absolutely HATE the color and the shimmer of the blush. The color looked soo bright online but it was absolutley pale and when I applied it to my cheeks and tried to layer it on for a more noticeable color, it came out this obvious bubble gum pink shade. NOT AT ALL natural. I think I will just stick with my Bare Escentuals Beauty blush. Everybody loved it on me and thought it was absolutly natural. This was GROSS and very disappointing. If it was a deeper pink and was not a shimmer, I would have GLADLY paid the $39 it cost me. Def going back to sephora tomorrow.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The container is adorable and clever, the colors are soft and beautiful, but this Dior blush fell short in my estimation because the color comes out of the sponge rather unevenly. I found that with my container, the color comes more out the edges of the sponge than it does in the middle, resulting in the blush being deposited too closely to the eye area and not on the cheek where I wanted it. Won't repurchase.