Dior Blush Cheek Sticks

Dior Blush Cream StickDior Blush Cheek Sticks: Cosmopolite Fall 2015 collection.

Ahh, breath a sigh of relief — finally Dior has come out with a cream (to powder) blush product called the Dior Blush Cheek Stick! Ya know I love my creamy dewy skin.

Talk about being an ultra-pigmented, powdery cream texture. You honestly need the smallest amount of product when applying to the cheeks, because for the first two times I tried these out, I had clown-cheeks, the colour was seriously intense. Applying directly to the cheeks you don’t need to use a swiping motion, a simple dab will truly do you fine, unless you want a highly pigmented blush that day. You do you girl. I also like applying a cream blush with my ring finger, but with this new Dior Blush stick, I have found I prefer using a buffing brush to achieve a more simple, but fresh look to the cheeks.

Dior Cosmopolite Cheek StickIt has a velvety powder finish, it’s not too creamy and it stays longer on the skin. So it blends into the skin easily.

Dior Cosmopolite Cream Stick Blush

Dior Cosmopolite blush swatches

Dior Cosmopolite Cheek StickThe three colours that have launched with the Dior Cosmopolite collection: Cosmopolite Pink, Cosmpolite Rosewood, Cosmpolite Coral. All shown in order, above. My only wish for the Blush Cheek Sticks is that it didn’t go to a powder finish. Although, so natural looking I love how certain cream blushes add a bit of shine to the cheek bones (looking at you, NYX cream blush!).

Dior Cosmopolite blush swatches


Dior Cosmopolite Cheek Stick

Dior Cosmopolite blush swatches

Dior Diorblush Cheek Sticks are now available and retails for $34 CDN + USD.

Dior PR sent these products to me for review purposes. All opinions are my own. 

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  1. The colors of these Blush Cheek Sticks are so pretty. I rarely wear makeup, but these blush sticks will be perfect for my daughter. Her birthday is coming up and I would like to surprise her with this. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I don’t wear makeup too often so this surprises me. I had no idea there are blush sticks. Wouldn’t that make a line instead of a nice blended space? So cool though and I do really like those colors. Plus, can’t ever go wrong with Dior!

    1. @Jennifer: Cream blushes are common, but I haven’t seen many blush sticks around either, honestly.

      It definitely does make a line IF you draw a line lol. But then you can blend it out with your fingers or a brush. My way of applying it, is dabbing the brush or your finger on the product itself instead of putting it on your cheeks straight from the tube (because I find it’s highly pigmented).
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  3. These look really great. I love the colors! I am a total makeup newbie but using a stick instead of powder seems like it would be a lot easier and more convenient. Thanks so much for sharing…

  4. Ooooh, I love the color of the Coral CD blush cheek stick (actually, I love them all – I can imagine the Rosewood one is perfect for fall, with plum and magenta clothing layers). I wonder what the wearability is like (do you have to worry about the color easily transferring to something you may brush against?), but the creaminess is a plus, imo (vs turning too powdery). I’m always looking for products that stay moisturing and creamy-looking on my (often-too dry) skin.

    These are beautiful! <3

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  5. Those swatches look like lipsticks they are so pigmented! I love Cosmpolite Pink. And I agree, I prefer using a brush rather that swiping it directly onto my cheek. More subtle :)

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