Dior have just brought out a newly formulated and packaged Diorblush to replace the existing range. The line up consists of 4 colour categories ( red, pink, coral and beige) with 3 different finishes (matte, satin and iridescent).
I think there were about 15 shades at the counter I went
to. On swatching the shades I would say they all seemed to have
good pigment, though some did not feel quite as smooth as others so I
would recommend trying these out before buying.
I bought the lightest looking shade, #746 Beige Nude (£30). It feels
very smooth and though pigment seems sheer at first its very buildable.
Swatched below twice and then four times
Swatched below (one swatch each) L-R: Tom Ford Frantic Love, Dior Beige Nude, Sisly Phyto-Blush Eclat #5 Pinky Coral.
It applies without any patchiness and has a very long lasting wear. The slightly shimmered colour mixes neutral tones of peach, pink and a hint of beige, with the peach being more dominant on my cool toned skin.
Shown below in outside light so you can see how much this particular shades varies depending on lighting.
I definitely think this is an improvement of the former blushes which I
found could be dry and apply slightly uneven.
Its a very nice blush, but I am not running out to buy more shades as I prefer a more creamy feel to my blushers due to my dry and uneven skin.
Ingredients below, this does contain noticeable fragrance.
I bought this from Boots.