Dior Fusion Mono Matte Eyeshadow became available in three shades for Spring 2014 and are now apparently a permanent part of the Fusion Mono Eyeshadow Collection.
I recently reviewed them but at this price lord knows at their $30 price tag they are a bit sheer.
Might I direct you to their dupe in the form of Almay Softies Eyeshadow?
Honestly if you’re simply gagging to try out the new Dior Fusion Mono Matte Eyeshadow I can’t blame you. The texture is pretty unique which feels like clay almost and molds like it too! I’d liken it to Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush as it has that sponge-y consistency that doesn’t necessarily bounce back to the original form but still feels very interesting! I think they have a very nice formula but they are pretty sheer. This isn’t a bad thing as I really love the shade Mirage which is a sheerer taupe as it creates really low key smokiness on my eyes without accentuating my dark circles.
However…they are $30 bucks each.
In that case, I’d direct you over to the new Almay Softies Eyeshadow. Same exact texture as Dior’s Mono Matte Shadows but a quarter the price and available in 12 shades versus the mere three that Dior offers in a matte finish. They also have a bouncy consistency with a molding clay-like texture and offer the same sheer wash of color as Dior’s version.
They are as little as $3.99 each depending where you purchase them (Harmons) and around $5.99 each (Walgreens and CVS) if you aren’t shopping them on a budget.
Honestly, I see very listen different in the formulas from their sheer color pay off to their clay-like texture. It’s practically the same product just as a way cheaper price tag.
So if you’re yearning for Dior’s version I’d suggest trying them on a budget with Almay’s Softies!
Anyone try both?
Do share your experience with them!