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Dior Capture Totale Foundation Review - Flawless Perfection or S

The Dior Capture Totale is one of the first foundations to feature a unique blend of Centuline and Alpha-Longoza Complex, two radical anti-aging and skin perfection formulas. Centuline and Alpha-Longoza Complex were created specially by Dior and they showcase a number of different claims, for example 'luminous and radiant skin' and 'a natural-looking flawless finish', claims that women around the world have been curious about.

The way that this Foundation works, according to Dior, is that it creates an 'optical transformation' of the skin by reflecting light, which then creates a hologram effect. If these claims are true, then the Dior Capture Totale foundation seems like the best value for money by a long shot. There is a more expensive alternative to this foundation by La Prairie, which retails at around A�80.

It seems with the La Prairie product you are just paying extra for a bigger brand name as it features similar ingredients to the Dior brand version. Regardless of brand, are all of these magical Sci-Fi seeming claims such as 'optical transformation' the real deal, or will you be disappointed. In this review I challenge the promises of flawless skin and the hologram effect, providing you an insight into this foundation. Beam me up Scotty!

The first thing that I noticed when I eventually unwrapped the miles of bubble wrap was the casing that Dior has so elegantly designed. The foundation is surrounded by thick frosty glass featuring a neat little matte silver pump balancing on top, making it almost look like a priceless ornament which made my make up cabinet look a little more elegant. The Dior Capture Totale was easy to apply and had a great feel to it, a bonus was that it left my skin feeling silky and smooth for the rest of the day. However, with all the outstanding claims that Dior had fed me I was a little skeptical at first, I mean it's not every day you see a foundation that supposedly creates a 'hologram effect'. But all these doubts were flushed away after I looked at myself in the mirror properly.

My normal pale white uneven complexion had been transformed into a breathtaking sea of Apricot beige. If you have dull, lifeless and aging skin then this is the Foundation for you. The Dior Capture Totale foundation features a wide selection for different skin tones, I found that Apricot Beige was perfect for my pale skin, which made my it look like I had a light tan, even in the middle of winter.

My colleagues at work mentioned how fresh and young my skin looked, and they didn't even believe me that this was only a mid-market foundation! I only found only major drawback with the Dior Capture Totale, and that's the price, it can be expensive for some. However this foundation is definitely worth the price, you get what you pay for, it's also the cheapest of it's range (Other similar products retail for more than A�20 over the Dior version). The Dior Capture Totale also goes a long way, less than two pumps is plenty for full coverage of the face making it even more cost effective.

In my honest opinion I would recommend the Dior Capture Totale foundation, I do agree that it is a little pricey, but I have never received so many compliments on my skin before using this product. (My manager at work even mentioned that I looked twenty years younger!). Based on my own experience and the experiences of my friends, I would recommend the Dior Capture Totale foundation to ages 25-60, it's more of a sophisticated foundation so it will suit more mature skin, however younger users may be able to receive it's benefits.