Pink Glow (619)
Dior Pink Glow (619) 5 Couleurs Couture Eyeshadow Palette is a pink and red color, neutral color story that included satin to sparkle finishes. Two of the shades were more sparkly but had decent coverage despite that, so they were functional as standalone shades as well as for layering. I had issues with the fifth shade, which felt quite different than any other shadow I’ve tried from the brand–it felt like a cream-powder hybrid, so it was stiffer to work with.
Pink Glow #1
Pink Glow #1 is a light-medium, yellow gold with warm undertones and flecks of pink and peach sparkle. It had mostly opaque, buildable pigmentation chocked full of larger flecks of sparkle, so it was best patted/pressed into place and was even better applied with a fingertip, though a dry brush was workable. The texture was soft, smooth, and not too powdery. It stayed on well for eight hours with light fallout over time.
Pink Glow #2
Pink Glow #2 is a medium, pinkish-coral with flecks of pink and gold pearl woven through a more pearl-like finish. It had opaque color coverage paired with a smooth, lightly creamy texture that wasn’t overly dense but wasn’t prone to fallout either. It wore well for eight hours before fading noticeably.
Pink Glow #3
Pink Glow #3 is a light, pinky-beige with warm undertones and a sparkling finish. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that applied evenly and smoothly to bare skin with little fallout, but it was a shade I’d recommend applying with a fingertip to minimize fallout further. The texture was lightly emollient, dense but still yielding enough to work with a dry brush. This shade lasted nicely for eight hours with light fallout over time.
Pink Glow #4
Pink Glow #4 is a medium-dark, reddish-copper with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It was richly pigmented with a moderately dense, smooth consistency that wasn’t too firmly-pressed into the pan, so it picked up well with a dry brush and blended out with ease. It stayed on well for eight hours before showing signs of fading.
Pink Glow #5
Pink Glow #5 is a deep brown with subtle, warm undertones and a satin finish. The texture was more like a cream-to-powder as it felt more emollient but very firm and more compacted into the pan, so it was hard to get product out with a dry brush. I had better luck with a fluffy, synthetic brush, which grabbed product more evenly. It had opaque color coverage that applied evenly initially but wasn’t the most blendable. It wore well for eight hours before fading a bit.