Diorskin Nude tan Tie Dye edition blush harmony 001 Pink sunrise

Housed in a cannage case, Nude Tan Tie Dye reveals two harmonies of vibrant shades for the cheeks. Four shades in harmonies of pink or coral with hypnotic waves and a sunny glow. 

Since the first sneak peak photos were revealed I have been excited about the new Nude tan blush harmonies! I picked up (for now) only the pink one since it is slightly more unique color at least in my stash.

Blush is housed in the silver round packaging with their Cannage pattern. It has been their staple for the Nude line (bronzers, blushes, powders…). Feels luxurious and heavy in hand. Also it includes small white kabuki brush – Dior makes the best ones on the market since most of the time brushes included with the (or inside) of the compact are useless. These Dior ones are great quality and great for buffing in the product or using them on the go.

Pink sunrise blush harmony contains – light pink, soft rose, white and lilac shades that are meant to be mixed together for a soft rosy sheen. There is a extremely subtle shimmer going trough all the colors which can be seen mostly in direct sunlight except the lilac one where it is more noticeable.
Powder is soft, finely milled and very easily blendable. I had no problem with applying it with different brushes and I would say your usual blush would work just fine with these. Mind that this blush harmony does go on sheer. If used with a larger brush this would give just a bit of color where as using a denser smaller brush will pack more color on – but no worries you can’t overdo it even if you are extremely pale – it is that light.
What I noticed is when it’s buffed in with the brush on me it almost doesn’t show any pink color – it is more of a brightening powder that gives beautiful glow. It’s ok I will take it but if you are expecting this exact color in the compact to show up on your cheeks you might be disappointed. Even on lighter skin (I am currently NC20) it’s a struggle. For medium and darker skin tone this mostly will be brightening/glow powder.
I am anyway not a huge fan on pink blushes on me so this is even better! I think applying it over creamier base or with a synthetic brush might help the color pop a bit more.
Very heavy finger swatch to show the color:
Swiped across the compact:
Buffed in with the brush:
Dior tie dye blush harmony retails for 57$ and I purchased mine at Dior.com
Both Pink and Coral are limited edition.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *