Dior Nude Air Serum Foundation


The newest edition to the Diorskin Nude line, and being that I am a fan of the BB cream and the  original Diorskin Nude Foundation, I couldn't wait to slather this all over my face. Serum foundations have been popping up with almost every beauty brand out there, I for one am not a fan of them. They tend to cling to my dry patches and look flat on my skin, not to mention I usually break out after testing one. So with that said, I was excited to see this new release, but I was very skeptical that it would actually work. 

I picked up the Nude Air Serum in 060, same shade as my Diorskin Nude Foundation and the color is  a perfect match for me. The product comes in the typical 1 FL.OZ and the bottle is a beautiful frosted glass, Dior's packaging is just on point. Dior claims that this foundation will give a radiant, sheer finish and is formulated with cranberry oil, vitamins, and minerals along with an SPF 25. The product is watery, so I like to apply straight from the dropper onto the face and blend out. It immediately disappears on the skin, the first time testing this, I used waaaayyy too much because I couldn't see it! The coverage is very sheer, and this is coming from a tinted/ bb cream kinda girl, I'm used to sheer, but this is another level of barely there coverage and I love it! It gives the skin a beautiful radiance that isn't artificial. There is a scent, I find it quite pleasant and it doesn't seem to irritate my skin at all.   This foundation is not meant to be a long-wearing option, but on me it lasts pretty much all day beginning to fade around the 6- 7 hour mark in the usual places  (around the nose). If your a regular follower of my blog you know I love to apply my base product with my fingertips, not with this foundation, *gasps, I know * I find that it works better with a blending brush, the natural warmth and oils on my fingers seemed to break the product up. A blending brush gives you a lovely even coverage. Overall I am really pleased with this foundation, the only serum option I can wear, I highly suggest this for those who have dryer/sensitive skin, if most serum foundations don't work for you give this a go.

How do you feel about Serum Foundations?


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