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Dior Beauty has recently reformulated all of their products, including the new Rosy Glow Blush ($40 each). This blush is now available in six different shades: Pink, Coral, Rosewood, Cherry, Berry, and Mahogany. However, there seem to be mixed opinions regarding the new formula.
After testing all the shades, here are my thoughts. I also tried the coordinating Addict Lip Maximizers that go with each blush shade. Although Dior’s Lip Oils are popular, I personally prefer the Lip Maximizers for their texture and colors. In terms of performance, I think the new formula is just as good as the original for most of the colors.
In terms of color, the Original 001 Pink appears deeper and more pigmented on my skin, while the new 001 Pink stays true to the pan and has a lighter baby pink finish. Both shades are beautiful on the skin, and I sometimes use the pink blush on top of other shades to add a pop of color.
The texture and finish of the blush depend on the color. I particularly love the colors Coral and Rosewood. The pigmentation is easy to control, and these shades blend easily and layer nicely for more color. Coral is a perfect peachy summer shade, while Rosewood serves as a year-round neutral option.
Initially, I found the deeper and bolder shades, such as Cherry, Berry, and Mahogany, to be intimidating in the pan. I never thought I would wear them. However, in an effort to try something new and provide a thorough review, I decided to order them anyway. To my surprise, Cherry gave me a nice red flush. The application was smooth, and it blended out easily. Berry, although intense in color, blended out fine with some effort. It wasn’t a seamless application, but it was workable. On the other hand, Mahogany was difficult to work with. It was streaky and patchy, even after blending. I also tried it as an eyeshadow, but the undertone didn’t sit well with my olive skin.
Overall, I am very pleased with Pink, Coral, and Rosewood. This season, many beautiful powder blush formulas have been released, and I believe there is something for everyone. While I find the formula of the Dior Rosy Glow Blush to be really nice, I am more drawn to the Gucci or Armani powder blushes in terms of color.
What about you? Have you tried any of the new blush launches this season? Which formula is your favorite? Or are you sticking to the colors in your current stash?
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I purchased my Dior blushes from Sephora. They are also available at Ulta Beauty and Dior.
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Dior Beauty seems to be reformulating all of their products and the latest I’ve tried is the new Rosy Glow Blush ($40 each). Now available in six shades: Pink, Coral, Rosewood, Cherry, Berry and Mahogany. There are lots of mixed reviews on the new formula. After testing all the colors here are my thoughts. I also swatched the coordinating Addict Lip Maximizers to go with each blush shade. I know the Lip Oils are the more popular lip option from Dior these days but I really prefer the Lip Maximizers for the texture and colors.
I think the new formula performs just as well as the original for most of the colors. Color-wise the Original 001 Pink pulled a deeper more pigmented pink on my skin while the new 001 Pink pulls more true to pan and has a lighter baby pink finish. I think they are both really pretty on the skin. I like to use the pink on top of other blushes to add a pop of color.
Texture and finish depends on the color. I really love the colors Coral and Rosewood. The pigment is easy to control as these blend easily and layer nicely for more color. Coral makes for a really nice peachy summer color and Rosewood is your perfect year-round neutral.
I found the deeper bold shades to be really intimidating in the pan and initially thought Cherry, Berry and Mahogany were shades I would never wear. I didn’t buy them at first, but in the effort to try something new and different, and to give you a thorough review of the formula, I decided to order them anyways!
Cherry was a nice surprise with a red flush. Application is smooth and easy to blend out.
Berry has an intense color very contrasted with my skin but blended out ok. I wouldn’t call the application seamless – it did take some work to blend but it’s workable.
Mahogany was a streaky patchy mess and took a lot of blending to try to even out. Even after blending it still looked very uneven on my skin. I tried it as an eyeshadow and there is something about the undertone that doesn’t sit right with my olive skin.
Overall really happy with Pink, Coral and Rosewood. There are lots of beautiful powder blush formulas that launched this season and I think there is something for everyone.
That wraps up my Dior Rosy Glow Blush review! I think they’re beautiful. I don’t know that I would call them must-haves but they perform well, quality is there and I think the bold colors are fun for a more colorful look. The formula is really nice, but color-wise I feel like I’m more drawn to the Gucci or Armani powder blushes this season.
Have you tried the new blush launches this season? What formula is your favorite? Or are you reaching for colors in your current stash?