Dior Nude Air Powder

Dior Nude Air Powder

3.0

2 reviews

50% would repurchase

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $

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Age: 30-35

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

I love this powder. I use this as a touch up powder. It is a creamy and sheer pressed powder. I would say this is more suitable for drier skin as its not completely flat matte (like rimmel stay matte powder) but rather a soft satin matte. It does a good job of mattifying my face but still leaving it fresh. It doesn't settle into my fine lines. It sits really nice on top of my makeup. I find this powder similar Chanel les Beiges powder (Chanel I couldn't find a right match, 20 too light and 30 too dark). The Dior powder shades run really light. I use 30 medium beige and I'm normally 20 or 21 in Dior foundations. I paid $92AUD for 10g. I only reserve this as a touch up powder, would be hell expensive to be using as a setting powder. I use Lancôme dual finish powder as my setting powder. Hope Dior doesn't discontinue this, hardly anyone high end or low end make powders for dry skin.

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Other, Neutral

Hair: Black, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

I bought this powder in 020 which is a light apricot shade and can match my Armani LSF4 / YSL B20 skin. This is a pressed powder and its said to be an invisible compact powder and a weightless formula that creates an even, mattified, and enhanced complexion with a sheer finish. It's formulated with sweet orange extract, vitamins, and minerals to support a toned complexion. This makeup assists with reducing the skin's absorption of toxins and protecting it against external stress factors. It is enriched with transparent pigments that remain invisible to the naked eye, providing the perfect shade without altering the skintone for a continuous and natural-looking, healthy glow.

The powder itself is not powdery meaning powder will not be flying around when you swirl your brush in it. Upon application, it isn't invisible at all and it does adds color to your skin. I apply it on top of my Armani Lasting Silk Foundation to set it. By the time i reach the office, my makeup looks faded.

As for touching up, it left my makeup cakey contrary to what it claims. The only thing I like about this is its packaging it is absolutely beautiful and chic. Unfortunately, the entire compact is going to waste as it can't set liquid foundation nor could it be used for touching up.

I will not be buying anymore and am better off with the Armani Luminous powder compact which suits my needs much better.

Update:

I tried using this as setting powder after the GA LSF, it performed slightly better as compared to a touch up powder however, i noticed that it caused my undereye area to look crepey and the lasting powder is not there.

So all in all i can confidently say I will not buy it anymore after I'm through with it.

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