Come April 2013, 24 new shades of Dior Addict Gloss will be available here.
Polarised crystalline micro-particles organize light reflection by sliding beneath a layer of mini mirror plaques. Thanks to the way in which they rotate, these micro-particles ensure optimal light diffusion, creating the magic of a perfect mirror.
Formulated with the brand’s Mirror Shine Complex, they promise to impart optimum shine.
As per the ‘Dior fashion manifesto’, they come in 3 different finishes: Shimmer (with a glittery effect), Pearly (with extremely fine mother-of-pearl for a pearlised look) and Pure (with a pigmented, milky appearance).
Above are stock swatches of the shades available in Asia.
From top to bottom, left to right:
- N° 013 Étoilée
- N° 063 Fascinate
- N° 153 Première Soirée
- N° 216 Beige Songe
- N° 223 Angélique
- N° 227 Ambre Lumière
- N° 257 Venus
- N° 267 Nuit de Juin
- N° 333 Bal d’Été
- N° 343 Spring Ball
- N° 363 Dormeuse
- N° 413 Eclipse
- N° 433 Délice
- N° 452 Ailée
- N° 453 Dolly Pink
- N° 553 Princess
- N° 556 Excentrique
- N° 557 Midnight Pink
- N° 583 Papillon
- N° 593 Coquette
- N° 643 Diablotine
- N° 662 Rose en Diable
- N° 664 Fairy Pink
- N° 686 Fancy Purple
According to Dior, the 4 ‘It’ shades of the season are:
Diablotine: This strong colour insolently displays the sensual red of a fiery temptress, or, of a Trafalgar dress, straight out of a Dior show.
Délice: A vivid, racy coral winks suggestively, inducing desire like a voluptuous scent…
Princess: A bright, vivacious and joyous pink with all the mischievous elegance of a princess dressed by the Couturier.
Spring Ball: A cool, soft, nude shade is both delicate and light, with all the glamour of Monsieur Dior’s cherished ball gowns.
I had a sneak peek of 7 of them at the Dior office a while back.
Here are their swatches. They felt smooth and comfortable on the skin – not too emollient or overly sticky.
In Singapore, they retail at S$44. Do look out for them next month! :)