Go glam in gradient with Dior’s limited edition Colour Gradation collection
On the spectrum
Intuitive and playful are the associative words that'll pop into your head once you lay eyes on the new spring collection from Dior, aptly named Colour Gradation. Riffing off the trending gradient look, the collection is an amalgam of fresh, vivid shades that spins a pretty 'tone-on-tone' concept for the eyes, cheeks and lips. Chock-full of pigmented brights, paint your peepers with a warm palette reminiscent of a coral sunset or go cool with a myriad of blues — all scaled in a monochrome gradient that complements each other to take the guesswork out of eyeshadows.
Embossed with the signature plissé pleats across the compact to incite excitement in the makeup hoarder in all of us, the similarly embellished Diorblush and Diorskin Nude Air powder are also totally for keeps. Who doesn't love makeup that looks as good as it wears?
And if you've already jumped onto the ombré lip bandwagon, you'll definitely want to nab the new, limited edition Rouge Gradient duo sticks, touted as a 'lip shadow' to colour your pout with a subtle touch. With a light shade on one end to deliver a creamy base that dries down into a powdery matte texture, and a bold hue on the other to dab a saturated layer in the centre of the lips, this is the upgraded lippie wand to nail that oh-so-kissable 'just bitten' look.
A colour collage you won't want to stop experimenting with, four nail lacquers complete the vibrant collection, formulated with an understated pearlised finish for a gloss so shiny, you'll always be distracted by your digits. Show of hands (pun intended) if you need the Colour Gradation collection in your life, because we're certainly all over it.
Available at all Dior stores and counters now
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