It’s Monday dolls! And just like you I don’t want to adult today either. My apologies for pretty much taking days off and not writing, but sometimes it’s needed. There’s always so much going on! Football season has started, and with that all the new Fall collections will start making their appearance in full force, so lets start with Dior!!!
Manifold and universal, the Dior woman is above all free. Her makeup is a reflection of her wants, her needs, and her many facets. For this woman, Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup, has created his first collection of colors. Like a manifesto of freedom for each and every woman, the collection promises plural forms of beauty, a “Cosmopolite” beauty.
5 Coulerus Cosmopolite Couture Colours & Effects Eyeshadow Palette – Limited Edition
Under the expert hands of Peter Philips, the iconic 5 Couleurs palette gets a new look for fall as the four letters of DIOR dance across its harmony of brand new colors. The two new limited-edition creations flatter all eyes, whether dark or light, and all types of beauty. Because the Dior woman has many facets – couture or natural, sophisticated or discreet – she can choose between a harmony of brown, beige and gold contrasted with denim blue’ or an accord of silver, mauve and burgundy set against a moss green. Whether she opts for a bold or more delicate look with the 5 Coulerus shadows, her eyes are always defined with the Sourcils Poudre pencil. A Dior makeup essential since 1991, it is now decked out in a new cloak of midnight blue. In addition to the four existing shades, two new ash shades are now available for blonde or light brown tones. Inspired by the professional tools of Dior makeup artists, the pencil combines the definition of a wax and the finish of a powder. Its brush tip makes it the accessory no woman can do without for a flawless, harmonious brow line. The palette comes in Exuberante and Electric and each will cost you $63.00
Dior Addict Fluid Shadow
The eyes light up with mirror-shine color, highlighted by the innovative Dior Addict Fluid Shadow texture and its magnetic shimmer. Created by Peter Philips, the new generation eyeshadow gives eyelids the unprecedented, lacquer-like shine of a continuous film of light. A major innovation from Dior research, this lightweight fluid with flawless hold revolutionizes makeup application: applied in a solid block of color over the entire eyelid or along the upper lashes like an eyeliner, Dior Addict Fluid Shadow comes in six precious, metallic shades that light up the eyes with a quick stroke of the brush. The shades are: Magnetic, Eclipse, Phenix, Univers, Nova, and Aurora and each will cost you $32.00.
DiorBlush Cheek Stick
A practical, essential, take-anywhere blush… it’s every woman’s dream, and Dior made it come true. To meet the needs of their fast-paced lifestyle, Dior created Diorblush Cheek Stick, a jumbo-sized blush that delivers custom results. Sculpt the face with bold strokes or caress the cheeks with a light veil – the new Dior blush can do it all, depending on your desire. Ultra-easy, intuitive application with the fingertips and three shades to choose from – coral, rosewood or fresh pink – for a face with an incomparable healthy glow. The shades are Cosmopolite Coral, Cosmopolite Rosewood, and Cosmopolite Pink. Each will cost you $34.00.
DiorSkin Nude Cosmopoolite Illuminating Face Powder
Experts in the art of the nude complexion – a natural no-makeup look – Dior continues to enrich its Diorskin Nude range this season with an illuminating face powder that leaves a glowy finish. In a single shade, Diorskin Nude Cosmopolite suits and enhances any skin tone with a barely-there feel.Its luminous finish without the shine promises radiant beauty with a natural glow. The four letters of DIOR twirl across the powder in a new joyous, playful dance. This will cost you $45.00.
This collection is now available at Dior online and at Nordstrom.
Pretty collection isn’t? I like the new palettes and the illuminating powder, and definitely like Cosmopolite, the nail polish. Being that this is a fall collection, I’m actually surprised that it is not a dark collection, but more light infused. Lets see what the next collection will hold from the rest of the high end makeup that we like. Maybe this is a new trend to look for.