Dior Addict Milky Tint | Summer 2016

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Is it too early to start talking about summer make-up collections? Now that the sun is finally shining in Norway, I think it’s the perfect time!

Dior just released their new Milky Dots Summer 2016 Collection and I noticed a blue theme going on but there are also some pinks and nudes which are right up my street. Of course, the lip products were the first that caught my eye and in particular, the new Dior Addict Milky Tint glosses that I want to show you today.

The formula of these glosses is quite fluid and the finish is milky, it actually feels like milkshake on your lips. Because of the texture, the application may seem a bit uneven at first but once the product settles, it gives a smooth and plump look. You can control the pigmentation because the formula is quite buildable and even after a few layers, it doesn’t look or feel gloopy and sticky. It doesn’t stay completely glossy, it gives the lips more of a shine and ”milky” glow which looks very pretty.

I can say that these lip glosses are really, really moisturising. I was pretty sick when I first tried one of them, my lips were very dry and after wearing the Dior Addict Milky Tint for only 2-3 hours, my lips looked much better and felt incredibly hydrated.

The applicator of the glosses is designed with the beveled shape of a lipstick for easy and precise application, it has a foam texture and feels really comfortable on the lips.

Dior Addict Milky Tint comes in 6 shades and you can see all of the swatches above. My favourite shades are 286 Milky Plum which is a lovely lilac colour and 376 Milky Pop, a pale strawberry shade.

Have you tried something from the new Dior Milky Dots Summer 2016 Collection? I can’t wait to go back and take a proper look at the Diorskin Nude Air Glow Powders and the new nail polish duos, they all look stunning!

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