This year Dior Make-up celebrates Halloween with an elegant look in a dramatic scenery.

A mirror cracks, an intriguing look, and a shiver of excitement is felt. This Halloween, Peter Philips, creative and image director for Dior Make-up, creates enigmatic make-up looks that see iconic Rouge Dior take centre stage.

“Halloween is the perfect occasion to express yourself, to escape and to celebrate. This year I felt that the elegance and thrill of movie classics are a great way to play with the concept of Halloween. Sit back and relax, if you dare…” Peter Philips.

Halloween looks with Dior Make-up designed concept by Peter Philips

In an unsettling clair-obscur ambience borrowed from American horror and suspense movies, scenes of shadow and light play out in the grip of the formidable Rouge Dior, the fatal heroine of this captivating signature make-up look. Like a weapon of seduction, the famous fiery shades enhance glamorous, well-defined lips which, one can imagine, conceal mysterious secrets.

Who is knocking at the door? Who is hiding behind the blinds? A dangerous enigma, an unsettling mystery, all framed by attractive hands with mesmerizing nails, impeccably lacquered in Dior vernis 999. A velvet complexion is heightened with rouge blush 999, as Peter Philips’s make-up crafts a high-voltage beauty of haunting audacity. Intense, hypnotic eyelids reveal a glimpse of a sultry smoky eye, glowing in the dark with magnificent, 5 couleurs couture, 879 rouge Trafalgar or 079 black bow. The suspense is thrilling. accentuated by a touch of Diorshow iconic overcurl ultra-black mascara, the eyes end up entrancing the audience with a single flutter of the lashes, plunging them into an ultimate, unbridled fever. Will you dare to give in?

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Gordon Cooper

Editor-in-Chief/Art Director for Perfect Wedding Magazine. A fearless and intuitive Director/Producer/Production Manager who loves to travel - without being a tourist!

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