Dior Nude Skin Foundation Review

Wearing the Dior Nude Skin Foundation in the Day

Wearing the Dior Nude Skin Foundation in the Day

An expensive buy, however, Dior Nude Skin Foundation it is the perfect blend of a bb cream and a medium coverage foundation. I need to take a pea-sized amount for my face and blend towards my neck for a day-coverage. For a more flawless finish, use a concealer on problem areas with a setting powder. If you are going for an evening high-sheen look, keep the powder away from the high-points of your cheek so you would get a natural glow sans shimmer.

Also, the foundation is great for normal / combination and dry skin. Oily skin would find this too glowy for their skin.

The packaging is not travel friendly but makes a great dressing table piece.

Pros

  • Dewy and easy application (i.e. with fingers if you are going for a light coverage look)
  • Build able (with a kabuki or foundation brush)
  • Long – Lasting
  • Great for evenings
  • Gorgeous packaging for dressing table
  • Perfect for combination/normal/dry skin

Cons

  • Packaging too heavy for travel
  • Bad for oily skin

Figs & Rouge

Figs and Rouge

This British based brand Figs & Rouge is one of the best lips, face and body balm. It is deeply moisturising without being glossy and oily for the skin. I tried the Wild Cherry flavour and loved every bit of the product and it is a must have in my purse.

Rich in Communis Oil and Hydrogenated Castor Oil, the texture of this product is quite thick, which I think is also it’s USP. I Love Love Love Figs & Rouge products and so does my teen girl-crush Emma Watson.

Pros

  • Long lasting
  • Not Oily
  • Multi-purpose
  • 100 % Organic

Cons

  • Too thick
  • Melts a little in heated environment

Thanks Tish Tash PR!

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