Blue is Dior’s new black this coming season as Dior introduces their Blue Tie Makeup Collection For Fall 2011.
This collection features 2 modern and stylish eyeshadow palettes which mimics the pattern of their classic and iconic Lady Dior Bag. With mainly deep blue hues and metallic silvers running across this collection, you will find yourself indulging into a world of smoky and elegant looks.
In this collection, you will find 2 limited edition Blue Tie Star Palettes with 4 eyeshadows and a gloss presented in an elegant metal case. This reminds me of their Limited Edition Dior Minaudiere Palettes released last Christmas. The Blue Tie Star Palette is available in two combinations, 001 Smoking Blue and 002 Smoking White.
We will also be expecting to see the Dior 3-Couleurs Smoky Eyeshadow Trios which features a cream-to-powder base and 2 powder eyeshadows, one in a matte finish and the other in a shimmery finish. Dior will also be introducing a waterproof and retractable eyeliner – the Diorshow Liner Waterproof which will be available in 6 shades.
From beautiful eyes to sculpted cheeks, there will be 2 new Dior Blush in 839 Rose Vintage and 889 Pink In Love.
And from cheeks to lips, there will be 4 new Rouge Dior in soft beige and pink nude shades to compliment the smoky eyes. Shade includes 314 Angélique Beige, 428 Pisanelle Pink, 651 Tourbillion Pink and 741 Allegro Pink.
Dior will also be introducing a range of new lipstick formula – the Rouge Serum Crystal in 215 Primrose Crystal, 455 Tea Rose Crystal, 645 Sweet Pink Crystal and 675 Passionate Pink Crystal. 4 radiant new shades with even more transparency, shine and freshness than the rest of the range. These shades make lips shimmer with a hint of colour and delicate shine.
To round off and complete this collection, we have 3 Dior Vernis in 219 Safari Beige, 607 Blue Denim and 908 Tuxedo.
Will you be getting anything from this collection?
UPDATE 15 July 2011 – A reader mentioned that this collection is available for purchase at Robinsons. There are no displays yet, just ask the BA for testers.