Home Beauty At Dior’s pre-fall 2024 show, makeup artist Peter Philips kept the beauty look clean and minimal, using only a touch of eyeshadow to define the eyes.

At Dior’s pre-fall 2024 show, makeup artist Peter Philips kept the beauty look clean and minimal, using only a touch of eyeshadow to define the eyes.

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No liner or mascara necessary.

Last night at Dior's pre-fall 2024 show in Brooklyn, makeup artist Peter Philips kept the beauty look clean and minimal, pulling focus to a soft, red wine-stained lip.

For Philips, striking the right balance began with subtly defining eyes using only a touch of eyeshadow. "[Dior creative director] Maria Grazia wanted a nude eye, so [the look] becomes more boyish," Philips told InStyle backstage at the show. To achieve it, he curled the lashes, skipped mascara, and used a dark brown or black eyeshadow (depending on the model) to tightline along the lower lash line.

"I take a flat brush and push it into the roots of the lashes," he explained. "It makes your lashes look fuller without using mascara. It's not an eyeliner — it's just something in between."

At Dior's pre-fall 2024 show, makeup artist Peter Philips kept the beauty look clean and minimal, using only a touch of eyeshadow to define the eyes.

The effect is nearly undetectable, noted Philips, who has served as the brand’s creative and image director for a decade. “It’s a difference that you see when you do one eye, but once you do both, it looks like there’s no makeup,” he said. The eyes were framed by equally natural-looking brows using the Diorshow On Set Brow and the Diorshow Brow Styler. “Eyebrows are nicely drawn, controlled, [and] elongated a bit, but we kept the natural feeling to it so it was still glam,” said Philips.

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With clean skin and eyes lightly defined, lips took center stage. During the spring 2024 show last fall, Grazia decided to do a lip look for the first time and requested a dark black pout. This time around, she wanted a softer, more aubergine feel. Philips used the Dior Rouge Forever lipstick in shades 111 Forever Night and 670 Rose Blues to craft a pitch-perfect hue.

To apply the lipstick, Philips dusted the color over the lip line for a not-so-perfect, diffused effect. "I used an eye brush, took a bit of lipstick, and just brushed it on," he said. The result? An ever-so-cool touch that evoked confidence. "This era of the Dior woman is a continuity of the strong woman," said Philips.

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