Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Dior blush in Pink Reverie (Trianon collection for spring 2014) review & swatches

I found my new Dior blush in Pink Reverie truly irresistible. Released as a part of Trianon collection for Spring 2014, this blush comes in standard Dior packaging which hides inside the most adorable, feminine cheek product. The powder is embossed with a cute bow and the brand logo, there's also a slanted brush, which I didn't find very useful.

This blush is an example of how misleading swatches can be. When you run your finger across it, this blush seems unpleasantly dry and chalky. When swatched it seems to lack any pigmentation whatsoever and sits on the skin in a very powdery way. However, when I apply this  to my cheeks a miracle happens. The colour pops but within safe limits, without the danger of making me look like a clown, the chalky matte texture gains a kind of glowy finish and the blush wears perfectly all day long.

What I like about Pink Reverie is that it makes it possible to achieve a fresh and subtle look without much effort. It looks beautiful on fair skin and performs extremely well. Definitely a nice addition to blush collection.

Disclaimer: I bought the product myself for my personal use and I am not affiliated with any company. I am not paid to do this review and everything I said here is my genuine opinion.


  1. This looks so gorgeous! Is it more of a purple or pink shade?

    1. This looks like a pastel pink to me. Now that I've started self-tanning, this seems a bit pale for my complexion, but it's a lovely shade nonetheless!