Dior launched some new pieces in their Miss Dior Millefiori Boutique collection with stunning packaging. I ordered a few of the makeup items but they have some beautiful scented products including a Miss Dior limited-edition candle, Bath Bombs and fun Bath Pearls.
I hauled four items to try including the:
- Dior Addict Case in the Couture Flowers for the Addict Lipsticks ($28)
- Limited-Edition Lip Glow in 1947 Miss Dior ($38)
- Dior Addict Lipstick in 1947 Miss Dior ($42)
- 5 Couleurs Couture in 1947 Miss Dior ($62)
Miss Dior Eyeshadow Palette
I’ve been really impressed with the Dior 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow Palettes lately and even though I’m not a big purple/mauve eyeshadow wearer the Miss Dior palette looked neutral enough for me to try. It pulls more pink and plum than the stock photo but has a lovely mix for fall. Texture is ultra soft and the mattes are almost creamy. Pigment is medium but easily buildable for a soft smokey plum pink eye.
The Miss Dior Eyeshadow palette has a soft matte medium pink, sparkling light iridescent shimmer, soft reddish-brown satin shade, medium pearly pink rose and a darker matte brown-plum color.
Miss Dior Lips
There are three formulas for the Miss Dior color in the Dior Addict (hydrating shine lipstick), Addict Lip Glow (color reviving balm) and Rouge Dior Velvet (classic lipstick). I hauled the 2 glossy looking formulas since I’m a glossy lip kind of person.
There are a few limited-edition lipstick cases to go with the Dior Addict lipsticks. The floral pattern caught my eye and it’s a stunning one! It is made of canvas so I don’t know how I will be able to keep it clean from finger prints or smudges. It’s so pretty though!
The Dior Addict Lipstick formula is one of my favorites from the line. Has a smooth texture, glossy finish, medium to full coverage and I love the way these feel on the lips! The 1947 Miss Dior shade is a pretty soft rosewood with a slightly cool-rose undertone but still pulls neutral. It’s cooler and a bit deeper in color compared to the Nude Look (my favorite).
The Miss Dior Lip Glow is also described as a soft rosewood shade. It looks very similar in the tube to the Rosewood (another favorite). Since these are color reviving balms and will shift in color they will look different on everyone. On my lips Rosewood pulls more true to tube while Miss Dior pulls more of a flushed pink. Both are pretty for that natural flushed kind of glow. I prefer the Rosewood shade but both are really lovely.
I have one more thing I wanted to share which is the Diorlisse Abricot. This isn’t a new product and is technically nail care as a ridge filler and smoother, but on its own Shade 500 is the perfect pale glossy pink on me. Two coats gives me the smooth semi-sheer pale pink look I want without any streaks. It also dries relatively fast compared to other brands. It’s what I wanted a lot of the Essie pale shades to look like (but take forever to dry, are always too sheer and usually look streaky on me).
If you’re in search for a nice pale pink with a wide rounded brush definitely check either color out in this formula!
Overall love all the items I hauled. I think the eyeshadow palette is really pretty although not super unique. I like that the colors work well though. They layer beautifully and there is enough variation for a complete eye look. Both lip colors are great for fall. Also not super unique with similar options out there but I do see myself getting a lot of use out of the Dior Addict Miss Dior shade.
In case you missed it you can see what I hauled and swatched in the new Rouge Dior Forever longwear lipstick lineup in this post here. The colors are transfer proof and among the longest-wearing formulas I’ve tried!
Have you checked out any Dior Beauty newness lately? What have you tried recently?