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Marie-Antoinette’s private chateau is the new inspiration for the French brand.
AFTER drawing inspiration from Versailles and its gold-leafed interiors for its holiday collection, the French brand has turned to a more intimate and feminine royal home, Marie-Antoinette’s Petit Trianon, for its spring make-up line.
Blossoming flowers, soft springtime shades and feminine bow motifs set the tone for the new Dior Spring 2014 make-up collection, inspired by the pastoral ambiance at Marie-Antoinette’s exclusive private residence, the Petit Trianon, located near Versailles.
The centrepiece of the new collection, the Trianon Palette comes in an exquisitely refined bow-shaped case containing eye shadows (mocha, pistachio and pink), an eyeliner and a blush. Blush fans will also find two new shades – a coral and a softer pink – in the Diorblush Trianon Edition.
New shades of the Diorshow Fusion Mono matte eye shadows – including black, taupe, mauve and nude – round out the collection alongside two skincare products: Dior’s Pore Minimizer and Glow Maximizer. Finally, Dior is also offering new shades of Rouge Dior lipsticks, Dior Addict lip glosses and nail polishes in shades inspired by the famous French queen.
These new Dior products will hit make-up counters next week till the Spring-Summer 2014 season. – AFP Relaxnews
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