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... irrespective of your color preferences and skin tone! Now that's what you call political correctness ;)
What these three have in common is that they will suit everyone - and I mean it. For blush and lip balm the key to success is their adaptability to skin tone.
Clue: don't judge by appearances. Even when you think Lip Glow Color Reviver Balm will simply give you that sleek wet lip look - it is ready to offer you so much more, which is boosting your natural lip colour and exceptional nourishment. Even when you think Rosy Glow blush is vivid pink that would only be suitable for a professional circus clown - it is not, as after application it's going to oxidize the pink out, leaving behind a natural-looking flush.
Dior Vernis in Perle is another (and limited!) story, but it also has a hint of versatility about it - as a top coat, or acting solo it's just stunning - a layer of semi-matte, satin-like pink pearl frosting. If you want to give this one a try, you better hurry - next to Dior's beautiful bubblegum blue Porcelain, it is already unavailable in most locations (at least in my city ;)
The other two pieces can be traced more easily. Apart from the "regular" version, Dior offers colour variations of the balm within limited collections - although I personally believe that in this case the difference in colour is not at all noteworthy ;)
My next stop: somewhere they still have Porcelain!
P.S. Tell me what you think - any language (I'm familiar with) welcome!