Dior Fall 2015- Cosmopolite

Medgal07

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what no one is getting any of the new dior lipsticks?
come to the thread

http://www.specktra.net/t/191988/dior-addict-lipsticks-relaunch-fall-2015
I dont't know where to start Monsy!
 

SlugPower

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I found the blush sticks too colourful for my skin, even Rosewood. I am picky with blushes, since I don't normally wear one anyway.

Addict Shadows are all permanent from what I was told. I forgot to ask about the blushes.
 

Dominique33

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I found the blush sticks too colourful for my skin, even Rosewood. I am picky with blushes, since I don't normally wear one anyway. Addict Shadows are all permanent from what I was told. I forgot to ask about the blushes.
I Have no idea if those 3 blushes are permanent but they are no must haves. Pigmented but nothing special about them . Lovely though . I picked up just 1 in fact .
 

Medgal07

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I found the blush sticks too colourful for my skin, even Rosewood. I am picky with blushes, since I don't normally wear one anyway.

Addict Shadows are all permanent from what I was told. I forgot to ask about the blushes.
Oh that's too bad SP. Would it help to wear it UNDER your foundation. I find that gives a nice color-from-within look and you get to control that w/your foundation.
 

SlugPower

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Oh that's too bad SP. Would it help to wear it UNDER your foundation. I find that gives a nice color-from-within look and you get to control that w/your foundation.

It woud depend on the coverage of the foundation. Mine's quite light, just a CC cream. Still, it's a nice idea, so I'll try it. From the way you put itm I might like it better since it would blend the colour even more.
 

sprezzatura

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I'm bursting in here with a question: I have the new lipstick in "Continental" and I love the colour, even on my pale skin. I feel I need to use a lipliner with it though to make it more neat. Otherwise, also due to the colour of my own lips, I get this kind of blurry effect on the edges. I'm new to lipliner, so is there any one you'd recommend? Can be Dior or any other brand.
 

ashievic

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I'm bursting in here with a question: I have the new lipstick in "Continental" and I love the colour, even on my pale skin. I feel I need to use a lipliner with it though to make it more neat. Otherwise, also due to the colour of my own lips, I get this kind of blurry effect on the edges. I'm new to lipliner, so is there any one you'd recommend? Can be Dior or any other brand.
I use the Dior clear lip liner for any and all lipsticks. Love it!!!!
 

MissTania

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I'm bursting in here with a question: I have the new lipstick in "Continental" and I love the colour, even on my pale skin. I feel I need to use a lipliner with it though to make it more neat. Otherwise, also due to the colour of my own lips, I get this kind of blurry effect on the edges. I'm new to lipliner, so is there any one you'd recommend? Can be Dior or any other brand.


Hi there! I love Estee Lauder Double wear lip pencils which are creamy (I don't like the old school stiff pencils), MAC Pro Longwear lip pencils, and Lancome Le Lipstique (outside the USA I believe Contour Pro is the alternate version) pencils. I have found all to be long wearing and have used them for years. Good luck!
 
  I'm bursting in here with a question: I have the new lipstick in "Continental" and I love the colour, even on my pale skin. I feel I need to use a lipliner with it though to make it more neat. Otherwise, also due to the colour of my own lips, I get this kind of blurry effect on the edges. I'm new to lipliner, so is there any one you'd recommend? Can be Dior or any other brand.
I use the Dior clear lip liner for any and all lipsticks. Love it!!!!
me too
 

sprezzatura

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Hi there! I love Estee Lauder Double wear lip pencils which are creamy (I don't like the old school stiff pencils), MAC Pro Longwear lip pencils, and Lancome Le Lipstique (outside the USA I believe Contour Pro is the alternate version) pencils. I have found all to be long wearing and have used them for years. Good luck!
Thank you for your suggestions! I think I'll try a transparent one first and maybe get a coloured one to go specifically with Continental later :)
 

ashievic

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The clear will adapt to the lipstick you are wearing. Doesn't matter if it is a soft nude or a Vamp lover's dream. I truly gave away my other lip pencils once I found this miracle in a pencil.
 

SlugPower

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A clear lipliner is perfect. Versality is a plus indeed. Another plus is that it won't leave the contour behind when the lipstick wears out, I hate that.
 

Medgal07

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It woud depend on the coverage of the foundation. Mine's quite light, just a CC cream. Still, it's a nice idea, so I'll try it. From the way you put itm I might like it better since it would blend the colour even more.
I was skeptical of this technique too in the beginning and now it's the only way that I apply cream blush. For sheer
foundation----CC/BB creams just apply less blush. I hope this works for you!!! Let me know if you try it and how it
works for you.
 

Medgal07

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I'm bursting in here with a question: I have the new lipstick in "Continental" and I love the colour, even on my pale skin. I feel I need to use a lipliner with it though to make it more neat. Otherwise, also due to the colour of my own lips, I get this kind of blurry effect on the edges. I'm new to lipliner, so is there any one you'd recommend? Can be Dior or any other brand.
I use lip liners on a regular basis, and to deal with my uneven lip color, I dab a bit of concealer on my lips before applying my lipstick------works like a charm & looks neater too.
 
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