My (OG) Rosy Glow is not lonely anymore with my newest Dior Backstage Rosy Glow in Coral. ?
Rosy Glow Blush is the Dior makeup artists’ secret weapon to create the appearance of naturally rosy cheeks for a fresh glowy effect.
This healthy glow booster brightens the cheeks with natural-looking color, like a breath of fresh air. Infused with Color Reviver technology, it reacts to the skin’s moisture level upon application for a customized rosy effect.Dior.com
The Dior Backstage Rosy Glow blush has some differences from the original, which are actually reasons I wasn’t into the blush at first. It’s smaller and lighter than the original Rosy Glow. The latter seems to have more product at 7.5 g version the Backstage at 4.6 g.
It also doesn’t have a brush anymore. I know some would do without any applicator, but I find it is nice to have just in case.
I thought the compact is like the No-Powder Powder that has a see-through flip cover, but it just has a design showing the blush color because of the mirror inside. I could deal with a small mirror if I could use it. It’s foggy, and I can’t use it. I’ve been picking at the edges, but there’s no protector.
The powder is still finely milled. Whether dense or loose brush, it’s easy to get blush powder even by just patting on it. It’s soft but not too soft to the point it would get powdery.
Speaking of powdery, it doesn’t look like so on my face even if I put on a lot.
The Coral shade looks like tangerine, especially on my cheeks, and the color deepens over time. Lightly applied, it does give my cheeks that natural-looking blush. But most days, I prefer to go crazy with my blush. ?
Here is a video of me putting on the Dior Backstage Rosy Glow in Coral on my cheeks using a Real Techniques 403 Rebel Edge Medium brush.
I remember seeing two limited-edition Rosy Glow blushes with a shimmery finish. Now that I’m thinking about it, the makeup collector side of me regrets not getting them, haha.