Dior Diroskin Nude Air Luminizer Powder

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One of my greatest makeup regrets is letting the Dior Glowing Gardens pink highlighter from their spring 2016 collection get away from me. I did my usual gotta think about it, first dance when it was available and when I went back to buy it, it was all gone. Snooze, I lose. Happily, Dior took pity on me and released a beautiful consolation prize to help soothe my wounded spirit.


The Diorskin Nude Air Luminizer Powder is "A light and airy highlighting powder with a highly concentrated formula and illuminating pigments."


Packaged in the signature midnight blue and silver Dior box is a slide out, velvet coated tray containing the powder compact, a dark blue velvety slip case and a small, silver handled kabuki brush.


This silver compact is so beautiful to look at. Embossed with the signature Dior quilt pattern and logo, it feels utterly smooth, gently weighty and absolutely luxe in the hand. The kabuki brush has the Dior CD stamped into the end of the handle. This is a surprisingly nice brush, the (natural, I think) bristles are densely packed and it is lovely and soft on the skin.


Open the lid and there is a mirror with a sleek, silver frame and the patterned, gently gleaming champagne pink powder, just begging to be touched.


The unscented powder feels feather light and silky soft and when it is picked up on my brush and gently buffed on it seems to melt into my skin and catches the light, releasing a near liquid, light champagne-pink sheen that you have to see for yourself, to fully appreciate.


I took so many photos of this swatch and this is the best of the bunch. It just doesn't photograph, well. You have to trust me, it's gorgeous. If you're wondering about it, pop in and give it a swatch, for yourself. You'll see what I'm talking about. Then you will want it and you will buy it.

I bought my Diorskin Nude Air Luminizer Powder from Sephora and it is available from NordstromLord & Taylor and other stores that carry Dior.

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  1. beautiful, subtle, perfect. And I love those photos

  2. Oh, this is such a beauty, Erika! I hate it when that happens to me, and I have contemplated a purchase for too long, too many times, only to have it sell out! I am glad that you got this beauty!

  3. Looks like a very pretty natural highlighter powder.

  4. I think this is just gorgeous. I know that it can't really photograph well but it probably gives you a wonderful glow.

  5. Gorgeous! You've got me drooling. I do the same thing and sometimes think too long before purchasing.

  6. This goes great with your skin tone!

  7. So...I've been curious about this...do you know if it's the same as the last nude highlighter they released? I think it was also with Secret Gardens...there was a pinky and a nude?

  8. That is fancier than anything I own.. but the end result is GORGEOUS!!!

  9. Gorgeous illuminator but my gosh - the packaging is definitely to die for definitely.

  10. I hate when I sleep on LE items! Dior is always a guilty pleasure for me. I remember when I was in college (way before YT and beauty blogging were really a thing), I randomly picked up the Amber Diamond powder...then it went on to be iconic, and now they don't sell it anymore (and I tossed mine). Boo!

  11. I've just been drooling at these at Sephora.com, they are so gorgeous! I'm thinking of grabbing the pink eone.

  12. There's just something so special about pulling this luxurious packaging out and applying it, right??!! I love this and must have one now too!! :)


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