I couldn’t resist the Fall colours from Dior, I have been always eyeing their palettes and wanted to try their shadows quite a bit. I always did some swatches in store and was always debating which colour palette I would get because all of the colours seemed to be similar to what I have. Until I found their new palette from their Fall collection; the red was the absolute selling point for me. I grabbed it and took it home to do the swatches and review for you guys. I would have to talk about the packaging first, because its Dior. The packaging is absolutely luxurious and it comes with a little dust pack to protect the packaging and keep it shiny all the time. I know Dior products are really expensive, but you really do feel why its this expensive and why you’re splurging because of the quality, the luxury, the packaging, etc. Now lets talk eyeshadows, the colours are beautiful and they have a beautiful sheen and glow to all of them. They are not glittery or shimmery but have a nice glow. I must be honest and tell you that I have other palettes that are more pigmented but are intense at the same time. These eyeshadows are very build-able which what makes them so chic and suitable for every girl who likes light or dark shadows from just one palette. As you can see the colours are intense in the swatches but they could definitely be lighter according to your liking. I really like this palette and I think it is very Fall appropriate because of its colour selection and combination. Dior in Canada is available at Sephora, Hudson’s Bay, Holt Renfrew and selective Shoppers Drug Mart. The palette retails at $61 my shade is Trafalgar 876 (prices may vary).
What do you think of the colour selection in this palette and Dior shadows in general?
The colours are gorgeous, and as usual Dior’s packaging is spot on. While it’s a fall palette, we can definitely see ourselves wearing these colours throughout the year. Wish we could justify buying this 🙁
Oh no no I have justified it for myself that I can wear these colors all alone the seasons! The only really warm colour that’s making this palette fall appropriate is the red in the middle which can really be lightened up with the pink and it will look great. I love the palette.