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Dior Peach Serum (Peche Serum) is undeniably a gorgeous thing. It is also a scarily expensive thing; $32USD/$58AUD for 2g of product. Dior have purportedly infused this with their anti-ageing collagen-building skincare serum; I’ll admit it’s very, very creamy/gel-ish, and not at all oily. It boasts a very lightweight formula, and has a slight florally scent typical of Dior.
The colour is a lovely bright warm/neutral pink – not very peach. It’s about as close to Barbie as I can get without looking jaundiced (NC25, yellow undertones). It’s vaguely similar to Guerlain’s Fleur de Feu stickgloss in terms of colour – that one has a definite cool tone but they have similar shade depths and are in the same sort of family. I think a cool-toned girl could wear this well, too.
Performance-wise, Peche Serum does well. I haven’t experienced any bleeding, and pigmentation is medium on first swipe, buildable to two. I can keep this on through a glass of water, but not through a cookie. Packaging is luxe and pretty, a long, thin click-pen.
I wouldn’t have spent $58AUD (it was a gift!), but I’d pay $32USD for it.
I am a fair/med Asian, NC25 in MAC Studio Fix powder; C3 in MAC F&B; 20 in Chanel Teinte Innocence Cream, OC02 in Lunasol Water Cream foundation; 2 in MUFE F&B; Fiji in NARS Balanced; 774 in Shu Uemura Face Architect creme; Real Champagne 04 in PX Real Skin and Level Two in PX Traceless.