Dior 1 Couleur Eye Gloss is most definitely one of my favorite products released this year. These have a hybrid formula that’s part eyeshadow cream and part eye gloss.
They just light up eyes so beautifully well!
Europe got a release of four shades and we got two, but honestly, I think we got the best shades of the release as these are gorgeous colors for Summer.
Take a look, tell me what you think!
These are a little pricey at $28 each but don’t let the smaller tube fool you as it is 0.20 oz of eyeshadow you’re buying into.
Each shadow comes in an elegant mini lipgloss style tube with sponge tip applicator. The sponge allows you to easily apply color on lids and you can use your fingertip to blend it out if you’d like. Color builds super easily and stays “wet” just long enough to build up and blend out before setting.
The texture is part gel, part cream with a medium consistency that isn’t watery nor too thick. I think of them more as an eye gloss slash eyeshadow cream. I feel like they aren’t a traditional eye gloss as one of the shades, Tan, is quite pigmented and builds up to a nice vibrant finish where as eye glosses are typically very sheer. Sunset, my favorite shade, definitely keeps with the eye gloss formula as it is quite sheer and has a glossy glide across lids.
(Tan and Sunset)
Although Tan, as I mentioned above, proves pigmented, you might find Sunset a little disappointing as that golden pinky peach shade in the tube doesn’t translate as nicely to eyes. The color is quite sheer and just gives a wash of golden pink on lids no matter how much you apply but regardless, it is a very lovely shade.
I didn’t have issues with creasing on these lucky enough as typically eye glosses have a very short wear that fades within an hour or two tops. My dry lids took to them nicely and they remained crease free through the entire wear. However, color does fade around hour five, it is very minor though so not too bad.
Overall, these impart a sheer wash of color and a gorgeous sparkle for a simple, lightweight, and lovely look for Summer. I absolutely loved them and kinda sorta felt like I might need a back up of both shades so I went ahead and ordered two more. I have hopes that Dior will keep these and introduce more shades in the future. For a product that’s marketed as an eye gloss they have a superior formula that has an incredible finish and a great wear.
They might be a bit expensive at $28 each but I dare say they deserve a Muse Approval.
I highly suggest picking up both.
They are available now at Dior counters, Sephora, Sephora.com, and at www.dior.com/a>
Disclaimer: Tan was provided for review by Dior PR and Sunset was purchased by me for review.