Pink Up Those Cheeks with Diorblush’s Eternal Pink

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

I was just looking at my stash of Dior blushes (okay, not a stash; I don’t actually have that many!) and I realised that there isn’t one that I don’t like. My first Dior blush was the Diorblush Cherie Bow Edition in Rose Bonheur Pink Happiness which I bought ages ago with Paris B‘s help and I haven’t been disappointed in any since.

Now I know you probably think that this is leading up to an unhappy discovery and that I’ve finally found one I don’t like. Ooops, sorry to disappoint you, folks, because this is another winner in my books. Another time, and I’ll show you one that I really don’t like. Yes, a blush. That I don’t like. Hah! 😛

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

Today’s blush by Dior is the Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink. This is part of the Diorsnow 2015 collection and let me just say, it is gorgeous. Gorgeous! It may not have a fancy embossed design but it’s just the sort of the strongly-pigmented, hello-healthy-face blush that I enjoy using.

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink Swatch

The Eternal Pink is a cool-toned pale baby pink. It looks very, er, “pink” on the palette and while it’s rich in pigment, it’s actually not that bright. It leaves the cheeks with a lovely pop of colour and has good lasting power too.

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

There really isn’t much more I can say about the blush other than the fact that if you’re a blush fiend like I am and love your blushes punchy, you’re going to like this one.

Diorblush in 966 Eternal Pink

This Diorblush (along with other Diorblushes) retails at AU$72.00. Definitely a splurge product in my books. Is this a must-have? Nah, there are other more affordable options out there. But if you’re thinking of treating yourself to something pretty (little luxuries in life, yo!), why not check this out?

Have you tried any of Dior’s Diorblushes? Which one’s your favourite? If not, is there a particular shade you want to try out?

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17 comments… add one
  1. Allison

    I thought Eternal Pink was going to be super-bubblegum-pink in the swatch and on your cheeks, and it isn’t! It’s a lovely, soft pink. So pretty, Tine, and it looks like a lovely almost natural but better flush on you! I love the look of the Dior blushes, but alas, I have never owned one. I want a new peachy blush, but I prefer cream or stick blush. And truth be told, I don’t “need” one. I almost bought the Japonesque peachy-pink blush during the Ulta 21 Days Sale, but I realized I was buying solely for the gorgeous packaging, so I didn’t. The Sephora VIB sale starts this week. How are you enjoying your new Sephora? Is it too soon for a VIB sale in Australia?
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    1. Tine

      Exactly what I thought Allison! It doesn’t look like bubblegum pink on the pan but it sure swatched like it. Yet it doesn’t look like it on the face. It’s bizarre!

      We don’t have any sort of loyalty program for Sephora Australia, at least, not yet. I have a feeling the VIB in Sephora US will not be brought here and any VIB membership created in Sephora US will be useless here. I’m still waiting for Sephora to open in Melbourne. It will be very interesting to see how it competes with the Australia version of Sephora, which is Mecca Cosmetica.

  2. Nicole

    Ahh it is beautiful, I love me a good blush and this one looks stunning! I haven’t yet tried any of the Dior blushes but I think I may have to indulge in this one 🙂 xx

    1. Tine

      Oooh when you do, check out the other blushes as well. Also check out the one in the Kingdom of Colours collection. The design on the pressed powder is so much prettier than this regular Dior. 😛

  3. Lara

    I’m starting to get back into pure pink cheek colours after being on the buff beige hype train for so long – this has a nice translucency that’s surprisingly difficult to get in powder blushes, so I might have to swing last DJs tomorrow and take it for a spin.
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    1. Tine

      I reckon it’ll look great on you. Your skin is GORGEOUS.

  4. gio

    What a gorgeous blush! I thought it would be a lot brighter and harder to pull off, but it looks lovely on you.
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    1. Tine

      It does look a heck lot brighter on the pan then it does when swatched. I was expected a whopper of a pink but it actually turned out to be quite a muted colour, which is not bad as well.

  5. Mel

    Woah, when I first saw that shade, it looked so unnatural. Unfortunately I’m not prepared to fork out the money yet, but would definitely love to get something Dior one day! And by the way you talk about these blushes, I should check them out
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    1. Tine

      Hee hee I do tend to wax lyrical about blushes. A lot. 😛

  6. Hilary

    Soooo Preeeeddy 😀

    1. Tine

      Indeed! 😀

  7. Tania

    Hi, just wondering, did you see the whole Diorsnow 2015 collection? I was told by Myer Sydney’s Counter it isn’t coming out here. I’m looking for the rainbow powder.

    1. Tine

      Yes I did! That’s strange because that multi-coloured powder is definitely available in Australia. Would you mind checking David Jones as well? If they tell you that it isn’t launching here, please get back to me and I’ll check with the Dior PR on this. Thanks.

      1. Tania

        Hi, I called Myer Sydney and they confirmed it will be coming around end of next week!

        They said the collection should already be out at the Dior Beauty Boutiques at Bondi and Miranda.

        Thanks for your review, otherwise I may have resorted to ebay or

        Do you know anything about the Guerlain Poudre de Soie? So far Myer Sydney have said they don’t think they will get it. Once again, ebay and Izzy’s do have it and I am very tempted to order.

        Cheers, Tania

        1. Tine

          Oh dear, that one about the Guerlain Pourdre de Soie, I’m not sure. I’m afraid I don’t have any links with Guerlain so I’m not able to check for you. 🙁
          Thanks for the link on Izzy’s; I’ve not heard of it. Another online store to add to the list!

          1. Tania

            I hope the Guerlain powder ends up here, ordering from non-Counter retailers can get too expensive! You’re welcome, it never hurts to have another online option in desperate times 🙂

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