"Very lively and advantageous, it is the color of life. I love red," wrote Christian Dior.
He called his first red 9, which was later to be reborn as 99,
and is today 999, a chic, sensual look of timeless radiance.
For redesigned and perfectly highlighted eyes, use the Backstage Eyeliner Brush to apply the darkest brown eyeshadow along the lower and upper rows of lashes.
To liven tired eyes and highlight the gaze, apply the lighter central eyeshadow under the eye giving an illuminating effect.
Apply a medium eyeshadow as a base all over the eyelid using the Medium sized Backstage Eyeshadow Brush.
Use the Backstage Eyeshadow Brush Medium to apply a lighter eyeshadow to the inner corner of the eye to open up the gaze. These eyeshadows can also be applied beneath the brow above the eyelid to accentuate the openness of the gaze.
For an even stronger gaze, apply Diorshow Iconic Overcurl Mascara from the roots to the tips of the lashes. Accentuate the curve and definition by using the round part of the brush against the upper row of lashes. Light application of mascara to the lower lashes using a lash separating brush allows the gaze to be opened up a little more by accentuating their curl and definition.
Trace the contours of the lips with the pencil, starting from the outer corner of the mouth and working towards the center. Draw the pencil towards the interior of the lips for a more homogeneous result and a prolonged hold.
Using the Backstage Lip Brush take the Rouge Dior make-up directly onto the bristles and apply to the lips for a precise result and an ultra-elegant couture color finish.
To complete the look, finish with a fresh touch of the new Diorblush. Use the entire width of the brush to apply the color to the curve of the cheekbone to create a healthy glow effect. To sculpt the face, prolong with extend the application to the temples.
For a perfect application and to boost hold, apply a very fine first layer in 3 stages: a first band at the center of the nail, then two other bands on each side. Wait for this first layer to be perfectly dry and apply a second layer in the same way.