Christian Dior • DiorBlush Passion Fruit 533 • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I have bought this blush, since I read only positive comments about it. And I have to agree, because this blush makes the complexion to look pretty, with a healthy looking. This rosy hue is very subtle, yet noticing. And this two-tone blush bright the cheekbones. I totally love the Dior makeup and, ultimately, it's my choice when buying new makeup. It's worth the money.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Grey, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have to agree with most of the positive comments on this blush. I ordered this from Sephora as the nearest highend makeup is a two hr drive from my area. I decided to take a chance because on the Beautypedia website it said that this blush was "sublime." I would have to agree. It 's my special occasion blush. It's always perfect. Goes on and blends like a dream. Seems to go with everything and is very natural looking. I feel special every time I use it. I would love to add another color to my collection. This was a pretty big splurge for me and I'm not disappointed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Another excellent Dior product!!! Looks wonderful on my fair skin, I use my Estee Lauder concealer and this blush and my skin is perfect! If I want a little more makeup, use it on my tinted moisturizer (Laura M) and this blus, and it is perfect too! Very natural, gives you a little extra glow in the best way (no glitter mess), last on your face a long time, super pretty! Price is not cheap ($42) but what the heck, it is a quality product, Dior is my favorite, so I am very happy with it! :-)))
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
The most beautiful blush I have EVER owned. Never makes you look clown-faced or that you're a make-up virgin kind of like Bridget Jones. It's very natural-looking and makes your face just glow. I've been using it for about a month (maybe a few weeks) and it has not made me break out like Lancome blushes or irritated my super sensitive skin like Chanel blushes. It's very easy to apply and very difficult to overdo. I don't put layers and layers of this on my face, as it appears some people do because in general, I don't like to have that "made-up" look on a daily basis. Dior cosmetics do not fail to impress me every time, and this time is no different!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
One of my favorites. Very flattering peachy/pink on my fair skin. Makes my complexion glow without glittery parts, there's no need to add highlighter with this one.
Sometimes I find pigmentation lacking but mostly it's just right, looks very natural and lasts all day without oxidizing. It may not show up on darker skin though. Doesn't break me out and has no scent.
Not too peachy or pink, goes well with most eye/lip colors. Would definitely repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Grey
This is not another over-hyped Orgasm alike. It's more like the perfect peachy shade for very pale skin tones, like I have (C1, NC20). It is definitely not shimmery nor pinky like Orgasm. It is sheer but the color can be easily built up and lasting power is the best I've seen in any blushers. I feel like I am pampering myself by using this blusher because it feel so silky, so smooth, it's like I'm being touched by the fingers of an angel. My face wakes up immediately with this color, giving me a lively and healthy look without having to use bronzer. I'd repurchase this in a heartbeat! For darker skin tones, Dior also carries a blush which is the same color as this one, only with much more depth called Peachy Keen, #553.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
HG material!! This is the perfect "healthy glow" peachy colour for uber pale gals. I am Nc15/20 and most blushes look too bright on me. I wanted something peachy and nars orgasm does not work for me at all. This is perfect! The powder is amazing, silky and not cakey. Excellent staying power, it has a nice sheen (not a shimmer) that imparts an amazing glow. The product contains two shades that can be mixed together. Really impressed by this product and by Dior make up. A winner! My search for the perfect blush is finally over.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is my first review with MakeupAlley. I have been a fun of this site and the reviews have been very helpful! This is also first in the series of my review about Christian Dior make up. I have tried so many foundations and blushes out there (mid to high end products). CD line is on the high end and has proven to me that it is so! I am having difficulty finding the best blush color for my NC35 skin tone. I have to pick bright colors to show on my cheeks but for everyday use I would prefer just a flush of color instead of bright hues for a more natural everyday look. I went to Nordstrom in Arcadia and the sales associate of Dior, Anette, knew her stuff! For blush, she picked Passion Fruit which turns out to be the best blush color for my skintone - peachy pink that gives a hint of color with some glow (not at all too bright on my cheeks that gives the look of obvious makeup color). Like the previous reviews, the color has stayed on amazingly and it is already late afternoon! It must be the combination of products underneath - primer and foundation I used this morning: MUFE primer - neutral color and Diorskin Nude Natural Glow Hydrating Makeup (031). My skin is on the dry side so the combination of these make up blends beautifully on me! Anette also suggested the new Dior Addict Lipstick in Beige Perfection (322). Everything on th colors she chose just blended together so well! What I am also particularly pleased about Dior's blush is that the product is buildable. It is entirely up to you to use it light handedly or with a heavy hand. The product will adjust to your preference. As Passion Fruit is peach-pink, this blush also saves me money to buy another product as it combines and blends orange/pink together beautifully!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is just a wonderfully flattering product for my very very fair skin. It is a perfect peachy-pink that highlights my cheekbones and perks my skin up a bit. I have used many many blushes over the years and this is definitely one of the best for very fair skin. It's not matte but not too shiny either. You won't be disappointed!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is my go-to blush! It's very light but I have a porcelain skin tone, this is -PERFECT- for it!! This looks best on very fair skin tones. I was recommended this by 2 dior artists, and when they put it on my skin glows. It's not like... I"M WEARING BLUSH! It's more like... my cheeks glow from within. Beautiful.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
This is a finely milled, shimmery peach color but it's very SHEER. After much work, the darker shade gave my cheeks more of a glow than a blush look. It was nice but a bit too subtle for my taste. Something like Nars's Orgasm shows up much better. I am sure that it's more suited for light skintones only, not a MMM like myself.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This is my go-to winter blush - too light for summer self-tanned skin. I used it last winter for 6 months and hardly a dent in the product. One light swipe with a good blush brush on each cheek and I look healthy and not over-made up. Recently started using again and was reminded of how lovely and natural it is. I have too many blushes in my collection but this one stays at top of love list
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I bought this blush after deciding that Nars and Lancome blushes were too shimmery for me, causing me to look oily later in the day. Dior's blushes have a subtle touch of shimmer but are mostly matte. Unfortunately, I did not like this brush either. I paid $40 at Sephora which i think is expensive for a blush. I had a hard time picking up any color at all. I liked the light side better than the darker side but picking up the color on my brush was impossible. This also did not blend well or look smooth when applied. I have since found that lose powder blushes work better for me than blushes in a pan. I read that a lot of reviewers had trouble picking up this product, but that it was long lasting. I did not find it to be long lasting at all. I think i saw the bottom of the pan w/in a month bc i was running my brush through it so much trying to pick up the product. I definitely don't reccommend this; especially at that price. There are cheaper/better blushes you can find. I have since tried and avon blush and so far I am happy with it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I don't usually wear this colour, mostly I wear straight pink. But I wanted to try something a little different and this has a peachy tone with it as well as pinkish undertones. Was pleasantly surprised at the effect, it is smooth and easy to apply. There is a slight shimmer undertone as well which looks great without being overpowering and making your face too glittery so it is appropriate to wear to work. Would definitely repurchase, am looking forward to trying some other colours in the range.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is my first Dior blush purchase in years, something like 25 years. How things have changed. Dior blushes are sheer and not as matte as I recall and love. I needed a pick me up blush to nudge me out of the winter blahs and carry me into springtime. The consultant applied the newest duo which looked too pink and feverish on me. Then she suggested I try this. Her application was rather heavy handed and instead of using the deeper color in this duo in my cheek contour and the highlighter higher on the cheekbone she took her blush brush and blended both together, then tapped out excess color. I wasn't crazy about her technique at all. This salmon/peach/golden blush tones the red down in my cheeks while giving my cool skin enough warmth to look alive. I purchased this anyway. This is more salmon than my HG peach Chanel Reflex and more golden. I also found the store tester unit seemed deeper in tone than my pan. Go figure. At home the color payoff is not so great, I do have to apply several times to see color which is odd being I'm so pale. The final result is a sheer salmon cheek that won't compete with strong eye makeup or lipcolor. I'm still on the fence regarding this and unless I fall in love soon I won't repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
overall no complaints really. it does suit my skin tone is finely milled and not overpowering in colour. i do feel that it is very shimmery sometimes but does depend on application. i would describe the colour as a tan muted pink with slight peach undertones. dont be fooled by pictures because this blush will look very different when applied and taking your skin tone into account. do test this first before buying, i did have the sa apply it on me and then went into natural daylight and off to lunch and see how i felt about it and waited for my friends to comment. all positive comments of course so i went back and purchased. i feel it would look better on those with dark hair with fair to medium complexions. and is a blush that is rather suited to evening occassions and artificial light.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This color suits my fair to medium skin well. It gives the right shade of plum with a hint of bronze shimmer. I will definitely be using this as my main cheek color this summer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
All I could think of when applying this blush is, where's the beef??? It's very finely milled but no matter what brush I used, I could not get the color to show up! I prefer blushes with more pigmentation that only requires a couple of swipes such as NARS or even Dior's Sunset Fiesta. Maybe it was the wrong color for me (LSF 6/NC 35) but I'm not really interested in trying the other colors.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Other
My skin is very fair and this blush looks absolutely fabulous on me. I like wearing it in the winter since it looks really natural and brightens my face without looking to pink. Plus it blends pefectly so you don't have any lines of demarcation. I also really like the case that it comes in with the little pouch. I would definitely buy this again.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a very pretty blush. Like a previous reviewer, I thought it might be too light for me (I have olive skin, originally from southern Europe, but much lighter after living in this island for a couple of decades). but it is just right. I don't usually wear foundation during the day and this blusher is so fine it really blends in well.Although my skin is dry-ish, i prefer powder blush to cream and this is is the best I have tried so far.
The package is quite elegant in an understated way.The brush is not fantastic, but there again, they normally aren't anything special, if you want good tools you buy them separately. I bought this during my last trip to France at Marionnauds, one of my favourite shops! It cost 33euros, not cheap, but as I think you get what you pay for. You can buy something much cheaper, Bourjois for example, but you won't get the same quality.It also compares very well against other, similarly priced products:I prefer it to Lancome and /or Chanel. I really love it!!