DIOR STAR FOUNDATION REVIEW
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Good evening Little Ones! How has your day been so far? I thought that I would give you another product review, since that’s what you wanted! BUT, I want to get into more baking, so when I’m 100% better you can expect to see more recipes! I have filmed a video on this product, so if you want to check that out, then click here!
If that’s not your cup of tea feel free to stay where you are, carry on reading! So, without further or do, let’s crack on with the review.
Dior have remained consistent throughout this entire product, tying in micro detailing, for instance, the initials of Christian Dior placed elegantly on the lid cap; it makes it feel personal, embellished and worth your cash. It’s almost like you have an autograph by Christian Dior.
What else can be said? That’s right, I do love a glass bottle, especially when I’ve paid a large sum of money, my other favourite feature on foundation would have to be, the trusty pump. Thank you Dior for including a pump! I loath nothing more than having to pray that foundation doesn’t spill over my hand; due to NO pump. But as you can tell by the lovely photographs, there is a pump.
Overall, this is a beautiful looking product, defiantly something to place on the mantelpiece.
Fundamentally, when I purchased this foundation I didn’t get along with it, and I didn’t see the point in prepping my skin … But, it’s such a beautiful foundation, it turned into my favourite, until I discovered my beloved YSL All Hours. But this is a close second, even replaced my Nars Sheer Glow, and we all know how much I loved that foundation.
Just to mention, the shade range is fantastic, I purchased the shade, Ivory 010-which is the lightest shade they had available. It suited me, it was slightly too dark, but when I apply concealer on top, you can’t notice. I am extremely pale, so finding a foundation that suits my skin-tone is a challenge.