Dior Coral Pop Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush Review & Swatches

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Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush
Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush

Coral Pop (10)

Dior Coral Pop (10) Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush ($48.00 for 0.21 oz.) is a bright, medium pink-coral with warm undertones and golden shimmer and faint sparkle. The texture was smooth to the touch, denser and firmer but not stiff to work with or difficult to pick–but I would stick to a moderately dense brush (like a tapered highlighting brush or more typical domed blush brush) as it has that gel-powder kind of formula that is firmer (but no powderiness!).

It had nearly opaque pigmentation that adhered well to my skin and blended out seamlessly, and it’s the blendability and how well the powder sits on skin–almost like it melts on–is where this type of formula shines (in my experience). This shade stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours before showing some signs of fading.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$48.00/0.21 oz. - $228.57 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to "reveal a radiant glow" with a "high concentrateion of pearlescent pigments" that give the skin "multidimensional colour." It has a smooth consistency that has a denser, firmer feel to it, which means that the formula works best with moderately dense brushes. The firmness didn't translate to stiffness or difficulty in blending; quite the opposite, as the blushes blended out beautifully and sat well on my skin. There was no powderiness, and it was easier to build up color if that was desired as it was hard to pick up too much product. They wore well for eight to nine hours on me.

Browse all of our Dior Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush swatches.

Ingredients

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I hope my comment goes through today (I asked yesterday morning if you will be reviewing this shade of Dior blush b/c I’m interested in this one, but my comment/question was not posted). I hope there is no policy infringement or harm in asking that question.
Thank you for reviewing this, Christine.

Hi Nicole,

It is actually part of the comment policy (posted right under the heading “Comments”) – “Please do not ask if/when a review will be posted as we cannot review everything and often change priorities from day-to-day.” There is no physical harm in asking obviously, but it is an effort on my part to avoid having to answer a question the same way every time, which is as below:

I respectfully ask readers from refraining from asking if or when I’m going to review something because it is difficult for me to answer as I don’t feel comfortable committing to a yes/no or a date (there are times where I may have posts written and they all get shuffled hours before they go live). I have planned out a week of content and ended up doing none of it, so everything is extremely fluid and I would rather not disappoint readers by saying yes/no and then failing to do so at the time they expect or in a reasonable length of time. I’ve posted swatches of products and not ended up reviewing them, and I have written posts in their entirety but ended up pushing them 2-4 weeks out because other things end up being a higher priority.

Thanks for understanding!

Hi Christine, perhaps the first sentence of the asking questions policy should be in bold like the one about debates above it. It may be easier to post the inquiring comment and reply with a standard “see comments policy above.” Reinforces transparency of posts and the comments policy. Thanks to you and Nicole for this post/discussion.

Hi Tracey,

I tried to bold the absolute most important part of the comment policy (participate respectfully) as opposed to bolding all of it as the entire blurb, which is a high-level summary of the most salient parts of the comment policy (that is why there is a link to the full policy for more info), so all of the information is important but would become difficult to read if it was all bold. 🙂

Hi Christine, I suggested bolding only the sentence that starts with “Please do not ask if/when a review will be posted…” though just putting that in bold might do the trick. Given the frequency of requests for products reviews, this part of the policy could use reinforcing. That it is captured in a formal policy was news to me or at least somewhat forgotten though I know your stance on the matter. 🙂

Thanks for the suggestion, Tracey! I understood what you were saying, so I must have botched explaining on my end! What I meant was that the entirety of the text is as important as that particular part – the frequency of comments I get is about the same on my end (self-promotion, referral links, asking questions like “what is the price” when it is listed in the post, etc.) for ones that might not follow other aspects of what is highlighted in the same section, but it is significantly less since adding the section!

What I will do is make the “pending comment” notice longer and reinforce that comments that fall outside of the policy will be removed.

I totally understand Christine, and it’s aboslutely 100% up to you if and when you want to review a beauty product. I simply asked the question yesterday because when you review one item from the same range, usually you review the others as well. In no way I want to put pressure of any kind on you as I don’t like to see it even when you put pressure on yourself.

I know that there are products that get swatched and not reviewed, as I was searching for some products while planing for my purchases. Again, there is no problem with that. You are just one person, Christine, and you do a very thorough and methodical job with your reviews. Let me tell you, those swatches are very useful, even when they are not accompanied by a review.

I will be mindful next time and of course, respectul of your blog’s policy 🙂

Now that is a pretty shade of blush! It’s the kind of shade, for me, that would always be at hand for application or a quick touch up.

Lovely (and very lively!) pop of blush! Thankfully, I have Becca Hibiscus Bloom and Nars Adrenaline to cover me in this spring perfect shade.

This is so pretty but I might opt instead for MAC’s Sweets for My Sweet just because of price and the somewhat higher rating and because this more “coral” (though this looks more pink than the name would suggest) than I usually wear. But what a beautiful blush!

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