Have you ever seen a real life pink sunrise? Like, with your very own eyes and not in the movies or anything?
Aren’t they glorious? We get them out here sometimes in the fall, and whenever we get a really good one, where it’s like a postcard in the sky, I’m that one weirdo neighbor in her pajamas taking pictures in the front yard at the behind crack of dawn.
Like a real life pink sunrise, Dior’s Diorskin Nude Tan Tie Dye Edition Blush Harmony in 001 Pink Sunrise is pretty glorious, too. One of two $57 Tie Dye Edition Blush Harmony powder blushes in the Dior Summer 2015 Tie Dye Collection, it’s the lighter, pinker, cooler-toned option. The other one, 002 Coral Sunset, is warmer, deeper and coral.
There are four colors infused in these pans. Pink Sunrise has a cool-toned light pink, a cool-toned medium pink, a soft white and a cool-toned plum, and you know how this story goes… Mix all the colors together with the included kabuki brush (or a separate blush brush) by swirling it in the pan, and then dust that on your cheeks for blush.
Following this, rejoice. 🙂
I think I might be too warm-toned and tan to really pull this one off, because I feel like it kinda washes me out, but I don’t know… Maybe that’s more because I think the other Dior Tie Dye Edition blush in the collection, 002 Coral Sunset, is a tan girl’s jam.
I do like quite a few things about this one that I also like about Coral Sunset, like…
- It’s highly pigmented — Even though Pink Sunrise is probably a little too light for me, it still gets points for intensity. One layer should be all you need.
- It looks very natural — It’s like 002 Coral Sunset in that regard. The matte finish borders right on the cusp of a sheen. Pink Sunrise has larger, playful flecks of silver glitter than Coral Sunset, and I can see them from an arm’s length away (but I do have to look closely, so it’s not totally obvious).
- It lasts a good, long while — The wear time is solid. It lasts six or seven hours before I feel the need for a touchup.
Dat $57 price tag, tho! Yes, it’s more painful than sitting on a cold toilet seat first thing in the morning, but Pink Sunrise delivers. It’s a lot to pay for a single blush, but this one (and/or Coral Sunset) could/should last years. Recommended for lighter lasses and cooler-toned gals and guys in the “treat yo’self” mindset.
PRICE: $57, one of two
AVAILABILITY: Limited edition, available now online and at Dior stores and counters
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B+/A-
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,