Dior Pink Veil (654) Ultra Gloss
Dior Spring 2011: Pink Veil
Dior Pink Veil (654) Ultra Gloss ($26.50 for 0.21 oz.) is a coral-tinged pink with soft gold and pale pink shimmer. It is mostly opaque, though some of the natural lip color peeks through. New for Spring (and it doesn’t show up as limited edition on Sephora), it’s definitely an apt hue for the season–soft but still boasts plenty of color.
The strength of Ultra Gloss lies in its formula–I really think it’s the feel and look of the product that makes this gloss worth checking out. It is a moisturizing lipgloss with a very smooth, slick feel–it’s very comfortable to wear–with a shimmering sparkle that’s noticeable without being overwhelming. It’s completely non-sticky and has no scent or taste. All these characteristics leads me to think that a lot of lipgloss fans will enjoy them. I did find that these only lasted just under two hours on me, and then all that remained was the shimmer/micro glitter, and I’d say this was the major downside of this gloss.
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- Product: 27/30
- Value: 8/10
- Ease of Use: 4/5
- Packaging: 4/5
FINAL THOUGHTS: This is a shade that definitely leans coral but doesn’t pull orange, so it should work for both cooler and warmer skin tones. It’s a nice color for both spring and summer, as there is enough color for a pop when brighter corals dominate during the hotter months. Even though these don’t last long, they feel amazing on lips, and I think gloss aficionados will love these.
WHERE TO BUY: Nordstrom