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Dior lip oil

The weather in the South is unpredictable. One day, I wear my Lilly to church; the next, I wear tights, a vest, and a parka as I head into the office. The weather can be brutal on your skin and sinuses if you’re unaware. My dry, dull lips are a problem I cannot seem to solve. Yes, I can help you with that.

Dior Lip Glow oil will spoil you if you have never used a lip product. In the past, I tried several formulas that made me steer clear. Lip oils I am used to are prone to fade quickly, smudge, and seep, and are not as moisturizing as the packaging promises. Simply put: They are not recommended.

Dior Lip Glow Oil has a different story. It is available in six colors, making it a gloss and oil hybrid. Each color is meant to enhance the natural lip color. When Lip Glow oil first arrived at my desk, my complexion had a dull look, and my lips did not help. They were camouflaged with the rest of my face. Dior’s little shiny tubes gave me the life I was looking for. Pink was the lightest shade. The lipstick instantly returned my natural lip color with a touch of extra.

Color Reviver Technology is the secret. It allows the oil to react with the individual moisture levels of the wearer, creating her unique color. After five days of continued use, you may notice your lips look more vibrant and youthful.

Once I started talking about this lip oil around the office, the first question I received from one of my most well-versed-in-beauty-products colleagues was, “But isn’t it sticky?” Negative. It’s amazing how this stuff is non-sticky and stays in place. Dior has managed to do it. It lasted longer than any lip oil or gloss I’ve used. The formula also contains cherry oil, which protects against environmental stressors and drying. This indecisive climate pattern is also known as winter in the South. The brand also describes the scent as “minty vanilla.” The truth is, I could not place the scent. Let’s blame my sinuses. But it was still lovely.

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Bonnie J. Sung

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