Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 - Photos, Swatch, Review, FOTD

Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow - Camouflage 477 - Photos Swatches Review FOTD
Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow in Camouflage 477 (available here) - $29

I picked up the Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadows a while back when they were launched, and while I used them quite a bit, I never did get around to reviewing them.  I hope to cover the few that I have over the next couple of posts, but never know - it won't be the first time I have been lazy :P  On to the Diorshow Mono Eyeshadows - these new single eyeshadows from Dior "boast a unique wet/dry formula for a custom and professional finish."  Available in matte, satin, and metallic finishes, these eyeshadows come packaged in elegant Dior packaging.  Included in each compact is a generous-sized mirror and 2 sponge applicators.  These shadows can be used with a dry brush for a softer look or a damp applicator for more intense color.  Of course, I am paranoid about the shadows getting ruined, so I don't use these wet.  Camouflage (477) is a dark army green with fine shimmer in it and leans a bit cool.  The shimmer is not that obvious on swatches, but it does show up quite beautifully on the eyes.  Scroll on for photos.

Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog

While labeled as wet/dry eyeshadows, the Dior Mono Eyeshadows do differ quite a bit in terms of how much they change when used wet compared to dry.  Camouflage, for instance, looks almost the same used either way.  I do think while swatching, using the shadow wet gives a more even texture, but when patted on to the eye, especially over a sticky base like a primer/eyeliner, the shadow looks just as intense when used dry.  Camouflage is described as a dark army green with fine shimmer.  The swatch below is the shadow swatched dry, but I had just moisturized my hand, so the color did stick on to my skin better.  On my eyes, I applied the eyeshadow with a dry brush.

Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow - Camouflage - Swatch
Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Wearing Dior Camouflage on my eyes.Smashbox Onyx black eyeliner along lower waterline and smudged along upper lashline.
Lips:  Givenchy Brun Createur lipstick topped with Chanel Envolee gloss.

I love olive-greens, and Dior Camouflage has definitely been one of my most used shadows ever since I bought it.  The eyeshadow is quite pigmented, and it is easy to blend with absolutely no fall-out.  The shimmer is fine and quite subtle, and while I might not pick this shadow for a bright summer day, it's a lovely shade to have for the duller months and for the evenings.  Overall, a winner!

Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow - Camouflage 477 - Ingredients

Dior Diorshow Mono Wet Dry Eyeshadow Camouflage 477 Photos Swatches Review FOTD Ingredients Indian Darker Skin Makeup Beauty Blog
Dior Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow - Camouflage - Ingredients

15 comments:

  1. I am a fan of this shade.. and it looks so pretty on you.. Now I want something from Dior ;)

    You know what my sis couldn't find the Burberry stuff I wanted :(

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  2. This looks so damn pretty Radhika.... superb :-)

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    1. Haaa you liked it! Then you NEEEEED to try this at the counter :D :D Any idea when this is launching?

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    1. Heyyy Bidisha! How are you? It is a pretty color, isn't it?

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  4. Ooh I have this one too & it looks so lovely on you! I like the texture, but it doesn't feel as smooth as the Burberry ones...either way, gorgeous color! :)

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    1. Thank you! :D

      Of course, not like the Burberry texture, but these are a different formula all together so really cannot compare the two..

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  5. OMG, this is such a gorg shade! I love it to bits!
    you look lovely!

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  6. What lipstick do you have on in the pic above, Radhika? It's gorgeous.

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    1. Hii..it's Chanel Envolee glossimer over Givenchy Brun Createur lipstick (applied quite lightly just to even out my lip color) :P :D

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  7. Thanks! I'll have to go back and pick those up. Based on your pics, I tried out and purchased Crushed Berry, Envoutante and Bonheur today. I'm immensely satisfied. Your blog is so amazing - it's great to have someone out there with similar colouring leaning towards the higher-end cosmetics. Stunning!

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    1. Awww...thank you!!!! I am so glad I could be of help :)

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  8. It's a beautiful colour!!!! Looks so pretty on you.

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