Rosewood Glow (05)
Dior Rosewood Glow (05) Dior Forever Couture Luminizer ($48.00 for .21 oz.) is a medium-dark, rosy copper with subtle, warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It was richly pigmented with a smooth, moderately-dense texture that was slightly firmer but not stiff to perform with. I had no problems selecting up item with a moderately-dense brush–it was far more yielding in item than I anticipated provided its gel-powder really feel.
The highlighter applied evenly to bare skin and diffused effectively along the edges, practically blending itself, and left a seamless finish behind. This shade was really reflective, so it occasions, it appeared practically to be a duochrome as the base was darker but the shine so intense that it looked lighter in locations (like my cheek bone). It wore effectively for eight and a half hours prior to fading noticeably.
for facts on common functionality and qualities (like scent).
- Bobbi Brown Tawny Glow (P, $48.00) is darker, cooler (95% related).
- MAC Excellent (P, $37.00) is darker (95% related).
- Sydney Grace Allegro (P, $9.00) is far more shimmery, cooler (95% related).
- Make Up For Ever 15 Golden Pink (P, $21.00) is far more shimmery, darker (90% related).
- MAC Very Illogical (LE, $34.00) is significantly less shimmery, darker, cooler (90% related).
- Cover FX Golden Peach (LE, $34.00) is darker, warmer (90% related).
- Estee Lauder Modern day Mercury (LE, $65.00) is significantly less shimmery, cooler (90% related).
- Dior Rose Glow (005) (P, $50.00) is lighter, cooler (90% related).
- Fenty Beauty Rose on Ice (P, $28.00) is significantly less shimmery, cooler (90% related).
- The Estee Edit Gleam (LE, ) is lighter (90% related).
$48.00/.21 oz. – $228.57 Per Ounce
It was described as getting a “multidimensional glow” that “blend[ed] seamlessly” and was extended-wearing. The formula felt like it was a gel-powder formula, which was indicated by its slightly firmer, practically stiff, really feel in the pan, but there was no powderiness, and the item picked up effectively with a moderately-dense brush. After on, the powder practically “melted” on my skin, which gave it a especially seamless appear that was never ever dry or dusty.
The pigmentation ranged from shade to shade but had been commonly semi-opaque to opaque, buildable, and simple to perform with by employing a lighter or heavier hand to choose up item as preferred. They lasted in between eight and nine hours on me prior to fading visibly.
The powders had been floral-scented.
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