Review: Dior Fusion Mono Eyeshadow

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Another new eyeshadow to add to my ever-growing collection. This week I’m reviewing the Dior Fusion Mono Eyeshadow!

I saw someone wearing this the other week and I just had to ask her what it was. I wasn’t surprised when she had told me it was the Dior Fusion Mono Eyeshadow – I had already been eyeing these for a few months now, and it seemed now was the time to pick one up.

After a handful of swatches I decided on the colour Chimére – a soft pinky champaign colour. The texture of this shadow is so interesting – its like a cushion, squishy and soft, and the product feels like a cream-powder hybrid. The pot comes with a small (extendable) wand with a sponge applicator, but I prefer to apply this with my finger tips. I just swirl my finger around and then pat on to the lid.

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There is a small amount of fall out with this, as there is with any glittery eyeshadow, but nothing that would stop me from wearing this every day. And trust me, I have been wearing this EVERY. DAY.

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I love the sheen this gives to the eyes. It’s super brightening and it works great alone, or layered over another eyeshadow. All in all, I rate this an A, and would definitely consider buying more colours. I’ve heard some good things about Mirage ;).

 

3 thoughts on “Review: Dior Fusion Mono Eyeshadow

    1. It’s actually pretty different. The Colour Tattoos are more like Mac Paint Pots. These are more like the texture of the Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush. Still love the Colour Tattoos though 😉

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