Dior Lip Glow Color Reviver in Matte Pink
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REVIEW: Dior Lip Glow in Matte Pink

Sometimes you just want your lips to look healthy pink. Soft, moisturized, and rosy. It’s hard to achieve that with a lipstick because it still looks made-up, some lip balms are too sheer or too pink. But ever since I discovered Dior Lip Glow (read: Dior Lip Glow Review) a few years ago, I never found quite something like it. It’s the perfect lip product if you want to achieve naturally rosy lips. 

I recently ran out and I was lucky enough that a friend bought me a tube of the Matte Glow version 

Is it good?

Is it better?

or is it worse?

Dior Lip Glow

The must-have universal balm from Dior Backstage, now unveiling two new finishes: Matte and Holographic, alongside the original Glow. Inspired by the expert techniques of the Dior Backstage, Lip Glow is the first color reviver balm by Dior combining the comfort of a balm with a natural flush of custom color.  

A tinted balm with a velvety, matte finish for a soft blurring effect that enhances lips. Hydrating and nourishing, it has the same Color Reviver technology to flush the lips a soft pink. Works perfectly as a base with a matte lipstick.


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Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink

Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink
Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink
Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink
Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink

Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink



Dior Lip Glow Matte Pink

Packaging – In a translucent effervescent pink tube with a silver tip. This has the best lipstick packaging ever IMO. Everyone in the restroom will take a peek at what you’re holding as it’s just that beautiful.

Coverage – I’d say 10% of your natural lip color is covered.

Texture – Compared to the original glow version, this feels waxy on my lips. Like I know there’s a layer of balm on top.

Scent  – Chocolate mint. Smells good enough to lick. Surprisingly it’s tasteless.

Longevity – As base it lasts a good 6 hours. On its own 3-4 hours. I don’t mind retouching.

Color – I don’t know if it’s just me but the original glow version looks like a healthier pink on my lips vs this one. The matte pink makes me look pale and sickly. 

Price – 2,100php in Dior Counters or 35usd in Sephora 

Thoughts – Some folks I saw online had success with this lipstick but not me. I feel sad that it didn’t work for my skin-type nor lips. I wanted a lip product that can make me look alive and blooming, not pasty. So I decided to sell this off online. Look for a better home, it’s too expensive to just be kept away rotting in my makeup drawers. I will repurchase the Dior Lip Glow in the original variant though, but I’m curious on their Holographic version too.






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