In a limited edition, the Rouge Blush powder flaunts a new* compacted motif for the New Look '47 collection: the powder blush nestled in its case is stamped with Dior busts dressed in haute couture gowns.
Inspired by the Christian Dior couture ateliers, wrapped in a silence broken only by the swoosh of scissors and needles through fabric, the blush motif pays tribute to the most spectacular act of creation at the house of Dior. Under the rooftops in the ateliers at 11 Rue François 1er, in the heart of Paris, the Dior busts serve as the couturiers' silent accomplices and were the first to don the exceptional garments created by Christian Dior in 1947, from the iconic Bar suit to the voluptuous Corolle skirt.
The Rose Montaigne blush shade highlights the cheeks with long-wear couture colour for an immediate healthy glow effect.
* At Dior.
The colour intensity of Rouge Blush highlights the cheeks, lastingly flushed with pink for an immediate healthy glow effect. The New Look '47 limited edition is stamped with a brand new* motif inspired by the Dior couture ateliers.
* At Dior.
Its ultra-pigmented formula gives Rouge Blush intense, buildable colour on the cheeks. The texture blends seamlessly on the skin for flawless, all-day wear.
219 Rose Montaigne: the pink that flushes the cheeks.
1. Use Blush brush no.16 to apply Rouge Blush from the top of the cheeks blending downwards. 2. Apply and blend in the blush with a circular motion on the apples of your cheeks. 3. For a sculpting, illuminating effect, apply the blush at the top of the cheeks, blending out towards the temple and over the brow arch.