Dior Brings Back Spider Lashes


Dior’s invitation may have read, “Why are there no great female artists?” but any woman who’s successfully used a contouring brush knows that’s a lie. Today’s runway beauty looks gave us another opportunity for epic artistry, thanks to some serious spider lashes inspired by ’60s beat babes.

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Makeup artist Peter Philips made the look with products already available — Diorshow Lash Maximizer and Diorshow Pump n’ Volume Mascara, both $29.50.

Here’s how to do it:

First, line both upper and lower lids all the way around with a thin black eye pencil, then use the lash primer on both top and bottom lashes. Next, start your engine (by pumping your mascara tube) and glob each lash with a coat of black magic, an effect best achieved by slowly moving your wand back-and-forth (and back-and-forth, and back-and-forth, and back-and-forth) from root to tip. Blink down hard on a piece of tissue afterwards to catch any stray spatters, and keep the rest of your makeup minimal for an all-eyes effect.


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The great thing about this look is that it works almost anywhere you’d like to get noticed—day, night, date, meeting…

Even a lecture you’ll inevitably give about how many great female artists there have already been. (Something Dior designer Maria Grazia Chiuri alluded to with her runway tribute to Niki de Saint Phalle.)


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