The Beauty look from Dior Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear collection is truly a bridal makeup inspiration.
Peter Philips created a very natural look, emphasizing luminous complexions and subtly highlighting bright eyes.
“For this collection, I created an ultra-fresh, natural look with a perfect, transparent, luminous complexion. The eyes alone have a very slight ‘french twist’, with a narrow line of eyeliner.”
Peter Philips explains that, “the key to this look, which plays on a luminous naturality, is the complexion, which needs fresh, perfect skin, prepped here with Hydra Life Fresh Hydration Sorbet Creme. Next I used the radiance boosting Hydra Life Cooling Hydration Sorbet Eye Gel for an impeccable eye area. I continued with Dior Backstage Face & Body Primer, which smoothes the skin by giving it light, then I chose shades to match each skin tone from the Dior Backstage Face & Body Foundation range, which I applied lightly. Finally, I sprayed the energizing Hydra Life Fresh Reviver Water Mist over the entire face to set the make-up. I blended it a little bit for great luminosity, and where needed, I added touch-ups with Diorskin forever undercover concealer.”
For this runway show, Peter Philips describes “A look where lashes are simply curled with the Dior Backstage Eyelash Curler, and then subtly emphasized with a very narrow line of eyeliner that follows the lash line of the upper eyelid. I obtained this elegant, ethereal “french twist” using either the Diorshow on Stage Liner in 091 matte black, or, by using the “shadow-to-liner” transforming gel blended with the “matte black” eye shadow from the brand-new Dior Backstage custom eye palette 001 universal neutrals, applied with a brush. The texture obtained meant I could apply a very narrow, precise line.”
“Lips looked very natural, and were highlighted with Dior Lip Maximizer, which I chose, depending on skin tone, from shades 001 pink, 012 rosewood and 013 beige.”
Guido Palau created a youthful hairstyle composed of two thick braids starting at the top of the head, and leading down past the temples to frame the face.