Make-up: created and styled by Peter Philips for Dior Makeup
Photography: Olivier Rose for Christian Dior Parfums
Yesterday’s Dior runway was turned into a ‘60s-era nightclub, featuring an extravaganza of neons and pastels, all set to live music from electro-pop musicians Il Quadro di Troisi.
To complement the vibe, creative and image director for Dior Makeup, Peter Philips, created a look to enhance the eyes, featuring a double eyeliner look.
Speaking of his artistry, Philips says, “I highlighted the eyes, elongating them with a double line of black eyeliner that was graphic but light, in a fresh and cheeky spirit with a sixties vibe.”
Read on to replicate the entire look at home.
Draw a double line of eyeliner (Diorshow On Stage Liner, 096 Vinyl black), all the way to the outer edges of the upper and lower eyelids, stretching up to the outer eye corners.
Shade between the two black lines with pale eye pencil that blends into the skin (Diorshow Khôl, 529 Beige Khôl).
Apply a natural shade of eyeshadow (Mono Couleur Couture High-Color Eyeshadow) across the eyelids for a slightly blurred and nude effect.
Lastly, structure the eyebrows with a creamy brow pencil (Diorshow Kabuki Brow Styler).
Prep your complexion with a serum and cream (Capture Totale Super Potent Serum & Capture Totale Firming and Wrinkle-Correcting Cream).
Apply a primer (Dior Backstage Face & Body Primer, 001 Universal) to blur flaws and provide a perfect hold for your foundation (Dior Backstage Face & Body Foundation).
Lastly, finish with a very light dusting of transparent powder (Dior Backstage Face & Body Powder-No-Powder).
Achieve a natural look by hydrating the lips with a clear balm (Rouge Dior Satin Balm, 000 Diornatural).
Slick back into a Sixties-style ponytail.