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Dior Addict Fluid Stick

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It’s neither lipstick nor gloss nor lacquer. If words seem insufficient to succinctly define Dior Addict Fluid Stick,  it’s simply because it’s unclassable due to its real newness: fundamentally hybrid, it’s somewhat all of those three at the same time. Its texture? Fluid and glossy in the extreme, it coats the lips with a long-lasting and almost imperceptible film, to give that seemingly wearing-nothing sensation.

Its shades, dazzling and with a couture expressiveness, take their names from the house’s most iconic pieces, from Mirage beige to Pandore red. And with its beveled foam applicator, it goes on incredibly easily, instantly bringing a smile to life with a sweep of vibrant color, the signature of a femininity bursting with beauty.

Discover Dior Addict Fluid Stick, the first ‘ONE-COAT DO-IT-ALL’ hybrid lip fluid from Dior.
Watch the film on DIORMAG: http://bit.ly/1iauINX

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Categories: Beauty, Editorials

Author:Tamisha Monet

Fashion Editor (iStyleFashionBeauty.com) Tamisha Monet calls Oakland home as a Bay Area native but resides in Houston. She's a staff writer for The Rouge Collection magazine, in their Beauty and Style department. She is the art contributor for the West Coast division of F.A.M.E. The Experience magazine. In the blogosphere, she’s worked with Vogue, Lexus, True Religion and more. She works as a Business Life Coach for various fashion and beauty start-ups through her company iStyle Fashion and Beauty Society.

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