For the first collection of Maria Grazia Chiuri Peter Philips, creative Director for Dior makeup, is returned to the image of a multifaceted woman who inspired him at the time to create a collection Cosmopolite, his first make-up collection for Dior.
This multifaceted image of femininity remains faithful to the spirit of Dior. Peter Phillips says: “This collection marked the beginning of the focus on natural and pronounced femininity. The eclecticism in the choice of models allows to demonstrate the combination of very different types. They all share one thing – a bright and shining beauty.”
For this image the tone is very important, as it emphasizes the natural radiance of the skin. Peter Phillips describes the makeup, consisting of several stages: “in Order to achieve a Shine effect, I first put on a base under makeup Diorskin Forever & Ever Wear Primer, then used fluid Foundation Diorskin Forever Fluid Foundation. Next, I used powder Diorskin Forever & Ever Control to get rid of the Shine, and put it on under the eyes Flash Luminizer and concealer Fix It.
In the end I used the blush Diorskin Nude Air Colour Graduation in the Rising shade of Pink, causing them lightly on the cheekbones to give the image of tenderness and freshness.”
According to Peter Phillips: “the eye Makeup is made in soft natural tones. First, I curled the lashes and put on forever the lightest shade from the palette Coral Colour Graduation. Then walked across the inner corners of your eyes with beige pencil Diorshow Khôl, to make the eye expressive and the look open. In the end I applied Diorshow Iconic Overcurl mascara on top lashes”. He adds: “I emphasized eyebrows with ultra-thin pencil Diorshow Brow Styler to give the image of naturalness and elegance.
Natural colors and natural tone. “Preparation of makeup began with gentle exfoliation when applying the scrub Sugar Lip Scrub. Then I put the balm lipstick Lip Glow Pomade to give the lips a transparent gloss”.
Natural manicure was made using a neutral base Diorlisse Abricot.
Done by stylist Guido Palau styling looked modern. The front hair was pulled into a small high bun. Woven back in braids, reaching from the neck up.