BEAUTY LOWDOWN

What’s new, what works and what to try now. By ANNA LAVDARAS

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents -

What’s new, what works and what to try now.

BLUE MOOD Peter Philips has spo­ken.the cre­ative and im­age direc­tor of Chris­tian Dior Makeup has ex­panded his Rouge Dior col­lec­tion of in­nocu­ous reds, pinks and nudes to in­clude — cue gasp — mid­night blue. It’s called­vi­sion­ary Matte, and it comes off the back of his com­mand­ing run­way look for A/W 2016.“It all started with a lip­stick called Poi­son,” Philips said of his in­spi­ra­tion for the mod­els’ black­ened mouths. He fol­lowed up the in­tense shade with Dior­show Pro Liner in Black and a stroke of Dior Ad­dict Ul­tra-gloss for a vinyl-like shine he de­scribed as “dark and a lit­tle dan­ger­ous”.

Dior Rouge Dior Lip­stick in Vi­sion­ary Matte, $52. Hour­glass The Cu­ra­tor Lash In­stru­ment (right), $117, Lash Primer in As­cent, $54, and Mas­cara in Re­al­ist, $54, are de­signed to of­fer 360-de­gree range for an even coat from base to tip.

M.A.C In­stacurl Lash, $42, fea­tures a cus­tomis­able curved wand that lifts and curls lashes.

Back­stage at Calvin Klein Col­lec­tion A/W 2016.

L’oréal Paris False Lash Sculpt, $25.95, lines your eyes while fill­ing in your lashes.

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