Lately quite a few brands have gotten into the contouring and sculpting products so I was definitely intrigued when I learned about Dior’s take, which is four different contouring blushes which each come with a matching highlight. I have the Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Pink Shape* and Coral Shape*, which are the two blush shades, but there are also Beige Contour and Brown Contour options available.
The Dior Diorblush Sculpt comes in a sleek black plastic compact with the Dior logo in silver on the lid. The compact itself is the exact same as the 5 Couleurs. Each blush also comes with a velvet pouch for storage. Inside one half has a small, flat contour brush while the other features the blush and highlight shade. Of course, there’s a lovely Dior embossing which is a great high end touch. The blush is about 2/3 and the highlight is 1/3, which is great considering you’ll probably apply more blush.
The Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Pink Shape features a pink-leaning ivory highlight with a very subtle shimmer to it that’s pretty sheer. The blush is matte medium pink that’s slightly sheer but definitely buildable. It is pretty firmly pressed and not powdery, so I do like to use a dense brush to apply.
The blush from Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Pink Shape gives a very natural rosy flush on the cheeks. I think this is a gorgeous shade for those with lighter skintones. The highlight is very very subtle, it’s more of a slightly brightening, but if you are looking for a highlight without sparkle that you don’t have to worry about overapplying, it definitely does the job. I am very impressed with the lasting power of both shades, as I could still see them on my cheeks 8 hours later.
The second blush shade available is the Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Coral Shape is a matte orange coral blush. I find that the Coral blush is more opaque, although still fairly sheer, but also easier to build up. In comparison to the pink tones of the Pink Shape shade, the highlight in the Coral Shape is a yellow-leaning ivory that’s slightly more opaque and also has a very subtle sheen. In comparison to the blush portion, the highlights can be a little powdery. The highlight of the Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Coral Shape is slightly more obvious in photos than the Pink Shape one, but still quite subtle. After falling in love with the Diorskin Nude Tan Tie Dye Edition Blush in Coral Sunset this summer, it’s not a surprise I also love this coral shade from Dior. The lasting power on this shade is just as excellent.
I think whether you’ll enjoy these Dior Diorblush Sculpts really depends on what you are looking for in a blush and highlight. Although I like a bit more sheen in my highlight, these give a very natural look that’s very flattering and would be perfect for skin of all ages. My personal pick is definitely the Dior Diorblush Sculpt in Coral Shape. What do you think?