Friday, March 21st, 2008

Tinsley Pink ($24.50) | Created by Dior Beauty Ambassador Tinsley Mortimer

We are proud to introduce Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss Reflect in Tinsley Pink, the first color ever created by (and named for) a Dior Beauty Ambassador!

This soft powder pink epitomizes Tinsley’s feminine, flirty style and is versatile for both day and evening. Worn alone, the gloss delivers a natural blush tone with a bit of reflection; perfect for anything from Sunday brunch to a big meeting at work. When used as a finishing touch over darker-pigmented shades (Tinsley’s personal recommendation for a night out), Tinsley Pink creates a camera-ready pout out of literally any color.

Featuring a high-shine, shimmering finish and multi-dimensional reflective pigments, this formula goes on smooth with a silky brush applicator and the sleek packaging fits into even the most demure evening bag.

A donation will be made from the sales of Tinsley Pink to one of Tinsley’s favorite organizations: Operation Smile, a worldwide children’s medical charity (www.operationsmile.org).

Availability: May 2008 at Saks Fifth Avenue exclusive nationwide.

When I hear “sheer bubblegum pink,” my ears do perk up a bit. I’m a sucker for pinks, no matter what, even if I already have dozens of favorites already sitting on my vanity. I’m also a huge fan for charity products, because I can look cute and give back at the same–perfect combination.

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4 thoughts on “Dior – Tinsley Pink Ultra-Gloss Reflect for Operation Smile

  1. Alisha

    i had a bad experience with Dior…i dont like their makeup, personally, i hate shimmery stuff…& their makeup artists that did my face were so rude…also the makeup was poorly done…even i could do better makeup than them!

    • Oh, no, Alisha, that’s just awful! :( I know what you mean though – whenever I get crappy service, I feel so less like coming back to the brand.

  2. THIS GLOSS IS VERY FUN AND CUTE!! IT WOULD REALLY WANT TO MAKE YOU “SMILE” WOULDN’T IT?? I GUESS SHIMMERY PINKS DO THAT TO YA!! lol