Normally, wild horses can’t keep me from tearing into a Dior quint, but the dainty lace patterns in Pearl Glow’s pan ($58) were keeping me at bay.
They reminded me of why I love Dior shadows… how they glide along like skates on fresh ice.
If you like the way you look in cool-toned blues and grays, you might really like Pearl Glow. The silver, grayish purple, pink, taupe and bluish gray definitely lean toward the cooler end of the eyeshadow spectrum.
Cool-toned cuties with light to medium skin, bust out your happy dance. This palette will make your eyes POP! I think pale skin really reflects the nuanced silver, pink and taupe.
But don’t fret, friends with warm undertones. You can still work it. To brighten up your eyes, try the blue, purple or taupe on the lid, and highlight the inner corner/tear duct area with the pink or silver.
Here’s the thing with Diorâ€¦
It’s HELLA expensive! There’s just no way around it. Yep, it costs a pretty penny (or two or 12), but you do get quality shadows that are easy to use, finely milled and highly pigmented. This ain’t the kind of stuff that looks chalky, chunky or cheap.
Truth be told, I like how I feel when I wear Dior. I usually think of myself as a goofy, playful chick, but I feel different when I wear Dior — more serious and sophisticated, like I should be tooling around with moguls and billionaires on some yacht somewhere instead loafing around my living room in sweats with my cat.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. We made it over the hump, huzzah! Did you have a good day? Mine felt really long… Sorry about the blog issues lately. Everything’s safe, but it’s taking longer than I hoped to complete.
Sleep well tonight! I’m just catching up on back episodes of Heroes on Hulu with Tabs.