This lipstick/balm is one of the most nourishing products I’ve ever applied. I absolutely love the consistency and the shine. On the other hand, I hate the packaging. The little knob at the end of the tube is not as easy to grab–however I guess it would be easy to tell it apart from your other lipsticks while you are doing the “blindly fish around for lipstick at the bottom of my purse” move. Oh, you don’t do that?
The whole concept is that it will work with your skin’s pH to determine the right shade for you. I’ve considered running up to random strangers, tackling them, making them apply it, and then taking photos of the final color but that may get me thrown in jail.
How about if you try it, tweet me a photo. I’d love to see how it looks on different skin tones.
One of the other things I love about wearing this lipstick/balm is it won’t leave lipstick marks on anything. That’s right, no more lipstick rings around your coffee, no more pink marks on your sandwich bread while you’re eating lunch, and finally, a lipstick/balm I can wear AND kiss my husband without leaving him with a smudge of lipstick. #hugewin
Since this lipstick is so smart, you may not be shocked to see that it isn’t the cheapest item you’ll ever walk out of Sephora with.
Tarte has a similar product as well. I haven’t tried it, but it will cost you a little less than the DIOR Lip Glow.
If you are scared of lipstick, or you don’t want to look “overly made up”, give it a try. I think you’ll like it.
*DIOR has no idea who I am. I paid for this lipstick and felt like telling you about it.