Dior Diormoon (439) Dior Addict Stellar Shine Lipstick is a light-medium peach with warm, orange undertones and a luminous sheen. It had semi-opaque color coverage that applied fairly evenly on my lips in a single, fluid stroke. For this light of a shade paired with so much slip, I would have expected it to look patchy and sink heavily into my lip lines, and it only had very faint settling in my deeper lip lines. The texture was smooth, balm-like, and melted against my lips as I applied it, and it felt almost “oily” because it was so emollient. It only wore for two hours, though, and it just seemed to disappear even when I tried to leave it alone as much as possible.
Dior Diorsolar (554) Dior Addict Stellar Shine Lipstick is a bright, medium pink with soft, warm undertones and a glossy finish. The texture was lightweight, very emollient but thick, so while it had slip, it didn’t feel like it was smearing all over my lips. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that applied evenly across my lips and didn’t emphasize my lip lines. The downside was that it only lasted for three hours on me and was a bit moisturizing, which wasn’t entirely surprising based on the texture, but the claim on the formula is eight-hours of shine (mind-boggling!).
Dior Diorstellaire (595) Dior Addict Stellar Shine Lipstick is an iridescent lavender with warm, pink undertones and cooler violet pearl. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that didn’t build up much from that, and it had a shinier finish but wasn’t as glossy or as “juicy” in look as other shades in the range. I found that the pearl distributed evenly across my lips but emphasized my lip texture a bit. On me, the color stayed on well for two and a half hours on me and was lightly hydrating.