The Diorskin Nude Natural Glow Sculpting Powder isn’t new. Some time last year, some readers asked what I thought of this powder foundation. At that time, I did not have it, nor did I try it so I couldn’t share any views. Now that I have, and am happily wearing it, I do have some thoughts on this powder.
Despite the complex sounding name and the complex look of the powder, what this really is, is a powder foundation. I have it in #011 which is the second lightest shade. The lightest shade is #010 which is a tad pale. But why are there 3 shades of powder in the pan, you ask?
Well, there are 3 different textures to the powder foundation. The top is the lightest shade and is supposed to illuminate. The middle is the darkest shade and for sculpting. The lowest portion is a unifier which is the primary shade to match to your skin tone.
You are supposed to be able to use each of the shades by themselves for different purposes. The middle shade can be used for contouring if you are into that. I like to just use it mixed together, because I’m not good at contouring, and I honestly can’t be bothered 😛 Besides, I tried to pick up the individual colours and its just too small a section to use this way although using the brush provided helps a bit. I prefer it just swirled together, and when I do so, #011 is my perfect shade with just a touch of dewiness, yet remains pretty much matte all day. And I have to say I absolutely love this powder foundation!