Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral, Review, Swatches & Comparison

Today I have read in Specktra about availability of Dior My Lady Blush. This is originally released in Japan as a part of their Spring Collection. Then it popped at some other countries, I got mine some time ago from Singapore (special thanks to a very dear friend) and didn't write a review since it was sold everywhere. Today though, for those of you who are in US, this beauty is now available in Saks Fifth Avenue, online and in store.


Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral

I don't think I have to write much about this one, it speaks for itself. I love Dior Lady Bags and these blushes have a similar cannage design to them. Three shades of corally pink can be seen, the ropes are mid-toned cool pink, background is lighter pink and bands are in coral. Once I swirl my brush on everything at once, I get a nice soft pink with natural to cool undertones. 


Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral

The compact is hefty, it is definitely metal, not plastic and this blush comes with its own mini Kabuki, like the recent highlighters or bronzers. The content is 10 g/ 0.35 OZ and at the moment I see that it is priced for $60 in US. Considering Regular Dior blushes retail for $42 for 7.5 g of product and do the math, this one is almost the same price and comes in a more luxurious compact.



Close-up: Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral

I compared My Lady Soft Coral to some other corals and similar shades from my stash. If you have also any other ideas or wishes, let me know in the comments below. 


Comparison: Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral


Dior My Lady in Soft Coral applies and blends beautifully. The closest shade I have is Diorblush #763 Corail Bagatelle from Spring Collection Trianon, which is slightly warmer and a little lighter. Chanel Joues Contraste #72 in Rose Initiale is slightly warmer and is more shimmery. Dior My Lady applies almost like matte although has very fine shimmer which is only apparent under strong light. Burberry #05 Blossom Blush is also warmer, and what I would call more of a coral. Chanel #76 Frivole is more orange.


Swatches of similar shades vs. Dior My Lady Glowing Colour Blush Palette in Soft Coral

As written above, if you have a US Address, you can now get Dior My Lady Blush from Saks Fifth Avenue. For the rest of us, we can keep checking since it seems to pop here and there so I wouldn't be surprised to see it at Harrods or Selfridges soon.

This one is available also in shade pink, check out Silverkis' swatches for comparison. (On me Coral looks much cooler than it does on her.)

Final thoughts: Beautiful blush, a collectible item. Be sure to check it out if you can get your hands on one.

What do you think about local releases and regional differences?

11 comments

  1. So gorgeous! I love everything about it, the design and the shades and the finish, so pretty! I really shouldn't get another pink coral blush tho, I have too many of these right now. I'm not sure we'll get these blushes tho, maybe it's better for me, lol ^^.

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    1. I can totally understand you, I started feeling a little "blush overloaded" too. I think once you have Corail Bagatelle, then you are set ;-)

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  2. I know it's not even reasonable anymore considering my coral stash, but I still kinda want this LOL I'd actually REALLY like to know why the release certain items only in certain regions and not others. It'd be fun to learn about different preferences all over the world! ;)

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    1. I don't know what lies behind the decisions too, maybe something that has to do with logistics or the counters which doesn't want another type of product. Who knows, but it started getting hard to keep track of the regional releases, lol.
      Oh you and your coral stash, lol, you are definitely the queen of corals :-))

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  3. Oh noooo!!!!! My impulse is to lick the screen, again! While I'm waiting for my Chanel Sakura blush (which I know is slightly more pink), both the new Dior are just so stunning I may change my mind! :)

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    1. LOL! You make me crack up each time. Sakura will really be released there? Well, I don't know if that would help but I would choose this one over Sakura, just saying :-P

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  4. You guys finally have it! I couldn't resist and got both when it was launched here a few months back :-) I love that they're not powdery at all, and it goes on the skin as if it blends itself!

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    1. Well, we guys don't but US gals do lol.
      In Europe we are left with out plain blushes at the moment, nothing fancy :-}
      And you are right, this one is just phenomenal. The design as well as the functionality.

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  5. thank you so much for the link love, Sara! Glad you are loving yours! All blushes seem to pull warm
    -ish on me....love to see it on you too!

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    1. Hi Linda,
      sure I loved to link to your great post! And that post made me order the second blush, lol, I am not ashamed! ;-)))

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  6. do u know where i can get this in Japan?

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