Dior Coral Addict Lip Balm Review & Swatches
The Dior Spring 2014 Makeup Collection is on the loose and with it a new Dior Coral Addict Lip Balm ($32). This is where I twerk around and do my Robin Thicke impression, “You know you want, you know you want it…!”
In 2012, Dior Addict Lip Balm in Crystal Coral launched so if you already have that one I might just commit a crime saying maybe you don’t have to indulge in Coral Addict Lip Balm but…I’m not taking into consideration your addictive nature and the fact you might feel like you NEED every single shade they release. In that case, buy it!
Dior Coral Addict Lip Balm is a lighter more transulcent shade of orange-y coral! I’m absolutely addicted to these balms and have every single shade they launched.
It’s basically a highly MLBB (my lips but better) experience with these balms. Each balm shade creates a perfect unique shade of color on the user’s lips. They also contain SPF 10 and a hydrating blend of mango butter to keep lips soft and smooth through the where.
Coral actually reflects back pinkish on me (as seen below in my photo) when I tried it with my look below but when I use it with a more peachy blush it looks more orange. Go figure.
The real appeal of Dior Addict Lip Balm is the simplicity of the product as it adds just a splash of color with a lightweight texture that isn’t uncomfortable to wear. I happen to be lazy about touching up my gloss and lipstick when it wears away so products like this are fabulous so I’m not going around completely bared lipped all day and I don’t even need a mirror to apply it! Swipe it on and go, looks perfect every time! Dare I say I like the formula more than Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment? It’s true! The high sheen and touch of color is perfect for no nonsense looks.
If you’re looking for a hint of coral, a touch of shine, a bit of moisture, Dior Coral Addict Lip Balm is the perfect natural makeup-less look for your lips!
Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.
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