The new Dior Dream Skin Perfect Skin Cushion Foundation came out and I had to pick it up to review for you guys!
-Dior Capture Totale Dream Skin Perfect Skin Cushion (http://bit.ly/2k8Vu4s)
Other Cushion Reviews
-LANCOME Blanc Expert HIGH COVERAGE Cushion Foundation Review
-YSL CUSHION FOUNDATION REVIEW | Le Cushion Encre De Peau First Impressions
-MY HOLY GRAIL KOREAN CUSHION FOUNDATIONS | 5 Best Affordable Cushion Review
♥ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/morganalisonstewart/
♥ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/morganalisonstewart/
♥ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorganAlisonStewart/
♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/morgiestewart
Hello everyone :) First of all, thanks for watching my video! I'm excited you're here!! I've been on the hunt for some nice "high end" cushion so I can make my Top 5 Holy Grail High End Cushions video (My Top 5 Holy Grail Affordable Cushions video is linked above!) for you guys. This was a contender, however, watch the full video to see my honest thoughts on this cushions. Like every review, I try to be as honest and straight forward with you as I possibly can be. If you like reviews like these, please don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe and share with your friends and family!
Also, just a disclaimer, I know there's a lot of confusion surrounding this product. When I purchased this at the counter, I was informed it was meant to be a foundation or used after their DreamSkin. It also doesn't say anywhere on the box that this meant to be a primer, hydrator, etc. It actually states at the directions, "Apply every morning and during the day for touch-ups, alone, or after DreamSkin." So no where does it state its meant to be used in conjuction with another foundation, powder, concealer, etc. (In fact, it says in BOLD on the box "Your complexion is exquisite, even without foundation.") It actually says its supposed to covers spots, be matte, and help with minor redness. My whole issue is that the company really doesn't inform the customers the purpose of the product. Instead, I find it mystifies the consumers and perhaps leads them to believe they need a product (and that it performs all these "intended" functions that in fact it does not... hello, this was definitely not matte, nor did it cover spots) in order to sell products. It seemed a little bit like the actual sales people (I went to two different counters) were a bit confused on it's purpose (since they told me it was for something it was actually not). I just wanted to clarify... no hate here :) Hey, that's what reviews are for right?
FTC: This is NOT a sponsored video. I purchased the product with my own money!