Dior Diorskin Nude - Nude Glowing-Skin Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15
An Iconic Product In The Range, This Lightweight And Blendable Fluid Has Achieved Cult Status For Delivering Flawless Correction Without Masking The Skin's Texture And A Shine-free, Natural Glow For Flawless Nude Skin.
Bare Skin Effect, Natural Glow
Apply In Light Touches With The Fingertips On A Fully Cleansed And Moisturized Face.
Can Also Be Applied With The Backstage Light Coverage Fluid Foundation Brush No.11 For A Smooth, Sheer Finish Or The Backstage Full Coverage Fluid Foundation Brush No.12 For Greater Correction.
Nude Glow Pigments, Chosen For Their Transparency And Skin-matching Shades, Guarantee A Natural Result And Maximum Radiance Under Any Light, Whether Artificial Or Natural. Its Mineralized Water Formula Enriched With Naturally Derived Skincare Ingredients Delivers Heightened Global Action For Beautiful, Radiant And Moisturized Skin. Day After Day, The Skin Becomes Naturally More Beautiful And Radiant Than Ever.
Diorskin Nude Is Available In Expert Radiance-boosting Shades That Adjust To The Complexion With Sheer Coverage To Suit Any Skin Tone, For An Even More Natural Result In Any Light.see more...
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i love this product! a little goes a long way and if you like to mix foundations, this one works well with all different kinds to add a little more coverage. its a matte finish but it honestly doesn't look flat, with highlighter you can still achieve a really dewy look without the oil. i have combo/dry sensitive skin so my cheeks are dry but my t-zone can be oily, but setting this foundation after application it doesn't budge or stick to dry spots. also, you can sheer it out if you don't full on glam coverage which i do all the time, but it's also super build able.
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Cliff Notes: MAC Studio Fix Fluid has been my holy grail foundation since SFF launched, which must have been about four or so years ago, at least. So for any foundation to displace my SFF has to be just that good.
Diorskin Nude comes in shades that range from Ivory to Light Beige to Medium Beige to Honey Beige to Dark Beige to Dark Brown. For those unfamiliar with Dior’s colors/numbering system for the Nude foundation, I thought I’d give you a little summary since I didn’t know myself. For reference, I’m currently about NC25 or so in MAC foundations (I used to be NC30, and somehow I got lighter… whole ‘nother story!). I tried about six different shades in Nude before finally settling on one, which is Linen #021.
The system of numbers starts with #010 and goesup to #070. #010 is the lightest, and it is neutral (no yellow, pink, or peach undertones). All numbers ending in a zero reflect neutral undertones. All numbers ending with a one (like #021) reflect shades with yellow undertones (warm/olive toned). All numbers ending with a two (like #022) reflect shades with pink undertones (cool toned). All numbers ending with a three (like #023) reflect shades with peach undertones (warm/not olive). Diorskin Nude has a good shade range for light to medium toned skin, with several options for deeper skintones, but only if you don’t find your skin has pink or peach undertones.
I’ve been struggling to find a foundation that matches my neck for some time now. For whatever reason, my neck is lighter than my face, and the rule of thumb is you should match your face to your neck… whether it is lighter or darker. It’s always easier to go darker than lighter! Nude feels nearly weightless as marketed, and the coverage is still there. It feels surprisingly thin and watery (but not like, ew, separated watery) while still providing me with decent coverage. I’d say it’s light-to-medium coverage, and you can definitely build it up to medium coverage on areas you need to.
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