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Dior Backstage Eye Palette

Dior Backstage Eye Palette
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Manufacturer: DIOR BACKSTAGE
Item code: C7063145
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Dior Backstage Eye Palette is the Dior makeup artists' secret weapon to create an array of pro eye looks, from the most natural to the most defined. Inspired by the energy backstage at the runway shows and makeup artist essentials, the Dior Backstage Eye Palette includes shades that suit all skin tones in buildable matte and iridescent textures for perfect eyes. Designed to be long-wearing yet richly pigmented, the Dior Backstage formulas are effortlessly buildable: initially neutral colors may be made bold and intense, depending on the desired color intensity. Their formulas reveal a second-skin finish. Dior Backstage Amber Neutrals Eye Palette contains: - An eye primer that reinforces the eyeshadows' hold and boosts their color. - Eight powders for use as eyeshadow or liner: three shimmer shades and three ultra-pigmented matte shades adorn the eyes, complemented by a highlighting hue and a sculpting shadow. The Dior Backstage Eye Palette is available in three universal harmonies: rosy hues with cool undertones, brown neutrals with warm undertone and fiery shades with ambery tones to heat up the eyes. "In addition to eight shades with different finishes (matte or shimmer), I wanted to add a richly creamy primer. It provides long-lasting hold, but more importantly, it intensifies the effect of the color that will be applied over it", explains Peter Philips.
1. Apply the primer to the entire mobile eyelid. 2. Add color to the lid with a light shade on the brow arch. 3. Intensify the eyes by applying a more intense shade along the lashline and to the outside corner of the eye. 4. Deepen the eyes by applying a darker shade under the eye, then blend. For a natural look: 1. Apply a more intense shade to the entire mobile eyelid to open up the eyes, then add a darker shade along the lashline to add definition. 2. Highlight by applying a lighter shade under the eyebrow arch and to the internal corner to open up the eyes. For a sophisticated look: 1. Apply a more intense shade to the entire mobile eyelid to open up the eyes, then add a darker shade along the lashline to add definition. 2. Blend outwards on the entire mobile eyelid. 3. Highlight by applying a lighter shade under the eyebrow arch and at the inner corner of the eye to create an even more intense contrast that structures the eyes.
Dior Backstage Eye Palette is the Dior makeup artists' secret weapon to create an array of pro eye looks, from the most natural to the most defined. Inspired by the energy backstage at the runway shows and makeup artist essentials, the Dior Backstage Eye Palette includes shades that suit all skin tones in buildable matte and iridescent textures for perfect eyes. Designed to be long-wearing yet richly pigmented, the Dior Backstage formulas are effortlessly buildable: initially neutral colors may be made bold and intense, depending on the desired color intensity. Their formulas reveal a second-skin finish. Dior Backstage Amber Neutrals Eye Palette contains: - An eye primer that reinforces the eyeshadows' hold and boosts their color. - Eight powders for use as eyeshadow or liner: three shimmer shades and three ultra-pigmented matte shades adorn the eyes, complemented by a highlighting hue and a sculpting shadow. The Dior Backstage Eye Palette is available in three universal harmonies: rosy hues with cool undertones, brown neutrals with warm undertone and fiery shades with ambery tones to heat up the eyes. "In addition to eight shades with different finishes (matte or shimmer), I wanted to add a richly creamy primer. It provides long-lasting hold, but more importantly, it intensifies the effect of the color that will be applied over it", explains Peter Philips.