When I first laid eyes on Peach Serum #650 – the new colour in the Dior Serum de Rouge range of lipsticks, I was a little puzzled. You would be too once you see the colour in the picture – as close to the real thing as I could manage to get it.
I found myself wondering if someone had somehow played an April Fool’s joke on me by labeling this colour “Peach Serum” so I did a quick online check. Yes indeed. #650 is called Peach Serum, one of the new colours available in the Dior Serum de Rouge line of lip treatment lipsticks.
If you are wondering how “peach” Peach Serum is, my answer is “Not at all peach!” Peach Serum, despite its name is a very soft pink which I was initially scared of which was silly of me because its so gorgeous once I slicked it on!
On my lips, Peach Serum looks pretty much as it does in the tube. A soft rosy pink. The fact that the lip swatch looks as it does in the tube tells you that its pigmented which I love.
The picture shows it swatched just once. This is a colour you can easily wear everyday of the year night or day without raising eyebrows.
Like the other Serum de Rouge lipsticks in the line, the texture is light, the colour is pigmented, it is non drying, it has SPF20 and its just all round wonderful. But then I already love these lipsticks so I’m biased 😛
Like the other Dior Serum de Rouge lipsticks, Peach Serum retails at RM109 at all Dior counters along with a whole new bunch of colours! I’m glad Dior is expanding the colour selection for Serum de Rouge. They know they are onto a winner!
Pros: Light texture, Pigmented, Beautiful colour
Cons: Colour is not peach 😛
If you missed my earlier review on the Dior Serum de Rouge lipsticks or are wondering why I’m so hyped up about them, you can read something more in-depth here 🙂
And no despite the title of my post, you won’t get any April’s Fool jokes here. But did you and will you play an April’s Fool joke on someone today? 🙂
Update: Other new colours in the Dior Rouge de Serum range are 860 Violet Serum and 660 Garnet Serum. Garnet Serum sounds pretty!