The classic Diorshow mascara was created 13 years ago, and its internal and exterior substance has remained unchanged since then. Perhaps it is because of this regularity that beauty goods have amassed a million global devotees.
However, in 2015, Dior’s new creative director, Peter Philips, chose to breathe fresh life into the mascara. He tweaked the famed recipe, adding microfiber sealing particles and a toothbrush-like applicator. As a consequence, a single brush stroke covers the area between the lashes, giving the illusion of increased volume.
Peter, by the way, didn’t stop there; he showed the public the whole Diorshow collection, which featured a five-colour palette, eyeliner tools, and five Couleurs Designer eyebrows.
For its limited-edition “New Look” collection, Dior Makeup has updated its three most popular scents as well as its 5 Couleurs Couture eyeshadow pallet. Each item is packaged in the brand’s characteristic houndstooth check toile packaging.
Christian Dior’s debut runway presentation, in 1947, inspired the phrase “New Look.” The “#769 Tutu” palette, which includes tones of brown, pink, and pearly lavender, can be revisited by die-hard enthusiasts. Each colour is delivered in a creamy texture with matte, pearly, sparkly, or metallic finishes. Aloe vera and pine oil have been added to the product for the first time to assist prevent the combination from spreading into the wrinkles of the eyelid.
Meanwhile, the three hallmark perfumes of the house — “Gris Dior,” “Lucky,” and “Jasmin Des Anges” — are packaged in new boxes with fine squares that mimic floating delicate flowers. Refillable travel sprays are nestled in pochettes with the scents. Dior Makeup’s creative and image director, Peter Philips, has created a makeup kit to go with the aforementioned goods. The collection includes six distinct hues of Rouge Dior lipstick as well as the crucial Dior Forever Couture Perfect Cushion, which comes in an attractive checkered motif.
The collection is currently available online and on the Dior Beauty mobile app, with prices ranging from $395 to $2,090 HKD (about $50 to $268 USD).