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DiorSkin Forever Flawless Perfection Wear Makeup

By Kwilliford @ExquisiteEczema
I went in Sephora to look at the the DiorAddict Lipsticks, and fortunatley for me, someone who worked for Dior was there. After we decided what lip color I should go with (Parisian Chic is lovely, by the way) I asked about the foundation and he gave me a sample. I had been wearing Lancome's Teint Miracle but noticed it did not stay put for very long, even with a setting powder. I tried out the DiorSkin Forever foundation yesterday, and today. And there is a huge difference in just about every way. Dior is much easier to build, so you can wear it as sheer as you like or with more coveage. I have tried both, and it does not get cakey. It feels very smooth and light; like you are not even wearing foundation. The foundation seems like it becomes one with your skin and stays on so much better than Teint Miracle. My skin still gets oily, but the foundation is still there and did not melt off. The shade (ivory) is also a better match. Also, Dior has an SPF 25, which is higher than most foundations. I have inculded a picture of me with no foundation, wearing Dior and wearing Lancome's Teint Miracle. And the come across as a lot more pale than they really are; I do not look that ghost like in person, or at least not that ghost like. And you can still see a few blemishes that are clearing up, but the foundation does help cover them up. So far, I really love the Dior Foundation but will try it out for a couple of more days before I get it. My mom has also switched to the same Dior foundation, and she is very picky about her foundation. I am still on the fence about trying the DiorSkin Loose Powder, but I have read so many reviews, I may try out the transparent shade.
DiorSkin Forever Flawless Perfection Wear Makeup
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DiorSkin Forever Flawless Perfection Wear MakeupLancome Teint Miracle-makes me look more pale than I actually am and looks less natural.

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