What role does makeup play when most of our face is covered up? The pandemic may have dampened the inclination for a full face, but for those who have felt the power of cosmetics in boosting self-esteem and mood, it doesn’t kill makeup-wearing altogether. With a gradual return to a more social routine, and with mask-wearing still mandatory y, it’s perhaps time to rethink our makeup routine to ensure that everything stays intact whenever the mask comes off. Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup, shares personal tips and lets us in on how three new Dior Forever offerings can help you ace that base.
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