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17 October 2010

I want...


Dior states:

A made-to-measure lip balm that beautifies and durably enhances the lips’ natural color.

A customized color result : thanks to its Color Reviver technology, Dior Addict Lip Glow reacts directly with the unique chemistry of each woman’s lips before releasing its color ingredient. Lips seem revived from within, amazingly fresh, full and radiant.

In addition, its SPF10 formula enriched with wild mango and luffa cylindrica continuously protects and moisturizes. A universal balm for all lips.

I have heard a few people recommend this, and it seems like a wonderful product for everyday use in work.
But I'm also thinking about the price... £20 (something) for what sounds like a tinted lip balm - it needs to be GOOD!

Have you tried this? Would you recommend it? Do I really need this? ;)


  1. I am the happy owner of the amazing lippie.
    Not only the packaging it's ultra girly/cool but the product is a stunner ! it's glossy and super moisturizing but it gives your lips a natural pink colour . So gorgeous.
    Can be used as a base or just by itself... must have and totally worths the price!

  2. Thank you, Marilou. That is excellent news (I wanted someone to justify the price, haha)!

  3. I absolutely love it! It bring the natural color out in your lips. It becomes a different pink/peach on everyone. On me it is more peachy, on my friend it turns bright pink. It really is a great product!

  4. I love how luxurious this looks, its definitely going on my Christmas wish list x

  5. I have this and it is wonderful. It makes my lips pink, glossy and moisturized to boot.


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