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And my obsession with the work of art Peter Philips creates every season continues!


For the Ready-to-Wear S/S 2015 Colection, Peter Philips has designed a pure and modern beauty look to reflect the visionary designs of Raf Simons the Creative Director of the House of Dior. The makeup has a haute-couture feel, but at the same time looks fresh and it has a springtime vibe to it. A delicate look with only one edgy accessory – the fabric applied on the eyes instead of the classic eyeliner. For that they found a satin material and they laser-cut it in the shape of the eyeliner.


The face makeup is natural, the features beautifully enhanced. The products used were: Diorskin Star Concealer, Diorskin Star Fluid Foundation for a good coverage and a bright skin ( review ), Dior Skinflash Highligting Pen for highlight and more coverage, the Poudre Libre Diorskin to set everything in place and on the cheeks Diorblush #536 Peach Splendor, a peachy-pink highlighting blush I will definitely purchase when it will be available this spring at my Dior counters.




With this look the focus is on the eyes. And not necessarily because it is a dramatic look. Peter Philips decided to continue on the same natural note and not to use any eye eyeshadow at all. He chose instead to prime the eye with the Dior Backstage Eye Primer and to apply the pastel-coloured satin fabric glued with the usual lash glue. They are available in four shaded and they are called the Pastelise Kingdom of Colours, Spring 2015 Collection. Another must-buy for me! The brows were naturally defined with the Dior Sourcils Poudre Pencil.


The other particularity of this eye makeup is that it was conceived as a free-mascara look! It’s the look Dior went for for the presentation. But it can also be worn with mascara if one chooses to.

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As you can remember from my previous posts ( here and here ), it’s not the first time we see a free-mascara look on a Dior catwalk. Do you remember the A/W 2014 Dior Collection with the mirrored liner?! Peter Philips continued that trend making it more wearable for Spring but keeping the same edgy notes with the innovative liner.



The lips were kept natural as well, prepped with some Dior Addict Lip Maximizer and on top of that was used the new Rouge Dior Baume in colour #448 Belle de Printemps, for a soft peachy wash of colour.

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The nails were primed with the Dior Base Coat Abricot and over that they applied two coats of the Dior Vernis #294 in Lady ( another must-buy for me ), a grey-pink gorgeous varnish. And for the final touch a layer of the Dior Gel Coat.


What do you think about this look? Is there anything that caught your eyes? I already have my favourites!

See you soon, beautiful!

xx, Annie




The photographic material is courtesy of Dior.