Thursday, 8 September 2016

Dior Fix it colour

First impressions these appear to be some funky coloured Dior lipsticks. In fact they are a collection of colour correctors for multiple use.
 Probably more suited to working makeup artists who need a versatile product in their kit to quickly achieve great correction of the skin tones.
 These clever sticks in shades of blue, green, yellow and apricot apply in a twist up stick. The centre of the stick is a clear waxy texture which is enriched with a soft focus powder to even the skin and prime. The outer circle of the stick holds the colour pigment which neutralises the tone of the skin you are applying it to.

The waxy core blends with the colour pigment on application and makes it virtually impossible to apply too much. It's basically a fool proof colour corrector.

Another positive is that you can wear it on multiple areas of the face. Buff over the skin before foundation application, blend over the lid to tone down redness or sweep over the lips to block out the natural colour for a neutral base.

These are available here now for £23.50 each.


  1. Thank you for this review, I really wanted to try these out, but wasn't sure if they were truly made for me: colour correctors scare me a little! But these sound pretty mistake-proof, so I might try one or two of them!

  2. Before long my Mother's birthday is arriving...i need to give her some cosmetics..because what i find in her cosmetics pack is that she has some run of the mill dim chestnut and maroon lipsticks not a lot changed...her appearance is toll yet somewhat pale not much....means her composition is somewhat beige fair..her eyes are hazel can u please assist what shade of lipstick if i get her... let me know some great hues ideas..not brands specifically...i need to discover what hues will look great on my Mom..any new diverse shades...she likes to wear dim colors...any thoughts will be valued... make my assignment

  3. Concealing problematic skin can definitely be a quick fix. But the best way to address skin conditions and problems would be to see a specialist facialist. London's finest would be Debbie Thomas, celebrity facialist based in Chelsea:


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