The Dior Kingdom of Colours Spring 2015 Collection brings refreshing shades of spring greens and petal pinks. The two 5 Couleurs Palettes ($64 CAD ea) in the collection can bathe the lids in spring sweetness or can be intensified for wear in the winter months. As with most Dior eye palettes the desired result is softer and more refined. Lighter shades offer a sheerer effect for a gentle wash of colour while darker shades offer more dramatic pigment to offer control over the amount of contouring and sculpting you want to achieve with your look.
The palettes are packaged in the traditional quint packaging (newer slimmer version).
House of Greens includes a sheer petal pink with subtle sparkle, grey taupe shimmer with medium pigmentation, deep blackened green with a satin finish and great pigmentation, teal leaning green shimmer with medium pigmentation, and a richly pigmented spring green at the centre.
House of Pinks includes a sheer almost white sparkling pink, an almost matte pale dusty pink with subtle iridescence and nice pigmentation, deep purpled plum satin with great pigmentation, shimmering mauve with good pigmentation, and a bright pink at the centre with good pigmentation and slight shimmer.
I have wore both of these palettes with both soft and more dramatic looks with great results. I think they are very flattering and approachable ways to introduce some colour into your spring look.
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