Diorskin Nude


I've been dying to blog about this; Diorskin Nude Healthy Glow Complexion Enhancer.  My friend suggested we buy it for a mutual friend's birthday. Shockingly I hadn't got it on my radar. We all have blind spots. I was intrigued and hot-footed it to Selfridges to purchase and was told they'd sold out. I worked my way down Oxford St department stores to be told at each one they'd sold out. One lady said 'oh we sold the last one an hour ago'. Like that makes one feel better.

By this time, not only was I late back to work but I really wanted it. Thank you John Lewis, we can always rely on you. Paolo told me he had just one left. Being the kind person I am, I bought it for my friend (Paolo gave me a generous sample - we're firm friends now).

I tried the sample and was more obsessed. But oh my word, this stuff is divine. It's the elixir of youth. No wonder it's sold out. If you see someone glowing, they are using this. And not telling you.

I trekked to Kings Rd, Peter Jones. They were bloody well sold out. I stomped. The woman gave me three samples. I'm good at getting samples.

But I had to have my own bottle. Yes, I was still determined my friend would get the one I have. I can report that House of Fraser at Westfield has it in. Run don't walk people. I have a bottle now and four samples to take travelling.

About the product. You can either wear it alone (after moisturising) or under foundation. I have taken to the following application in order: serum, Diorskin, VitaZing. People have to put their sunglasses on as I approach as I am blinding them with my dewy, translucent skin. Well, maybe not, but it is well worth getting some of this. If you can...

Happy Birthday Linz!

Comments

princesselfy said…
I'm intrigued. Is this classed as a foundation? I'm guessing if it is then it's a light coverage?x
Cover Girl said…
No, it's not a foundation. It's more like a primer than a foundation.

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