Dior has issued limited edition vibrant shades for their On Stage Liners and Pump ‘N’ Volume Mascaras. Pump ‘N’ Volume is one of my all time favourite mascaras and I love a coloured lash coat so I’m really pleased to see these!
They’re all full-on, tropical, height of summer shades so if you love bold, you’ll need to get your hands on these. There are four shades to pick from – Coral, Purple, Blue or Pink – I have pink and coral here.
You need to think of these as lash enhancements – unless you’re all out festival, you probably don’t want to do an entirely pink lash eye. However, you can do a mix – so wear black up top and any of the colours below or coat in black and then tip the ends with colour (lovely). I quite like doing black all over apart from the very outer upper lid lashes, which you can then colour coat. These shades are very lively – a lot of coloured mascaras don’t deliver on pigment, but Pump N Volume definitely does, so you will get a high impact look however you choose to wear.
There are eight shades of On Stage Liner – Vinyl Black, Matte White, Matte Pink, Matte, Pop Green, Pearly Turquoise, Matte Red, Matte Pop Blue and Matte Yellow. The applicator pens on these are incredibly – part pen, part brush and super glidey. However, the shades are so intense that unless you have a steady hand, they’ll take some practice to get used to. John Lewis has a 10% price match today so they’re £23.40 HERE, and the mascaras are the same price HERE. Actually, so is the newer version of black Pump N Volume in waterproof.
You can create a imaginative graphic eye (I’m looking at a Dior card that shows ALL the colours used to create a liquorice all-sorts eye – possibly not your look for the Tesco run) or use as simple but vibrant single line above or below. And, don’t forget – you can use these anywhere on your body – get creative with words and doodles.
I’m sure I don’t need to run through the colours in the swatch!
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