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Scorching Pink Eyeshadow Dominated The Dior AW24 Runway

Scorching Pink Eyeshadow Dominated The Dior AW24 Runway


Overlook heavy kohl eyeliner and lashings of mascara. In accordance with Peter Philips, the inventive and picture director of Christian Dior make-up, there’s a brand new option to costume your eyes for 2024 – and it includes pops of raspberry pink eyeshadow. “For the [autumn/winter’24] present, I created a shocking vibrant eye make-up,” he says.

Fairly the distinction to the clothes, that was impressed by the home’s first ever ready-to-wear assortment in 1967 with plenty of lotions and golds, Philips drew inspiration from Marc Bohan’s tackle color. As Bohan, who spent 30 years as the home’s designer, was a fan of pink, “the interior corners of the eyes have been dressed with a dot of raspberry pink pigment,” says Philips.


To make sure all eyes have been on the eyes, Philips pairs the stains of florescent pink eyeshadow with, what he describes as, “pure and pure complexions.” The fashions’ pores and skin was prepped with skincare and primer. “Then I evened out the complexion with Dior Endlessly Pores and skin Glow adopted by Dior Endlessly Pores and skin Right for touch-ups,” says Philips. To complete, he used Dior Endlessly Glow Star Filter, “so as to add a contact of sunshine to cheekbones, temples, the bridge of the nostril and the Cupid’s bow.”

Free from blusher, the completed pores and skin look was actual, pure and glowing – creating the proper backdrop for these energy pink eyes. In step with the home’s imperfect make-up utility (who remembers the deconstructed eyeliner seems to be that dominated the Dior autumn/winter’23 runway?), Philips utilized the pure and wealthy pigment, in a vivid raspberry color, “intuitively” to the interior nook of the attention.

Peter White



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