Let’s see the name on the outer packaging, which pretty much shows what this item is for:
Luminizing Makeup Jewel
(Bijou Enlumineur D’Été)
Touch-on Luminizer for Eyes, Cheeks, and Lips
(Enlumineur Crème Yeux, Joues, Lèvres)
156 Lamé Pink
(Please note that this shade might not be available globally. 166 Lamé Gold (Or Lamé) is the shade sold in North America.)
This is a multi-purposed item that you can use wherever you want. On the look of it, Lamé Pink is a warm pink with frosty gold shimmer.(I will update this post when I have a chance to play with the testers.)
Today we will focus on the packaging. There are two things I particularly like about this pendant. First, the dark surface makes fingerprints less apparent. Usually, Dior’s limited-edition items have reflective silver or gold finishes throughout which make fingerprints very visible. But, with this one, I worry less about it.
Also, the pendant has a nice thickness, which I didn’t expected. It gives a more substantial look to it.
Here are two photos of the interior of the pendant and the shade of Lamé Pink:
I like the inside of the pendant as well, especially the shape of the mirror, which goes with the overall design.
At the moment, I am liking it more than I thought I would. It is less blingy and has a slightly more understated look, but it is bold enough not to look boring. Even though it cost me 3900 points on my Boots Card (it retails for £39), it was worth it.
How I Get Dior “For Free”
(including Golden Dior)
DiorLight Jeweled Makeup Necklace
(from holiday 2007)
DiorLagoon Eyeshadow Duo
(the perfect turquoise)