DiorSkin Forever campaign

By August 13, 2011Nat-news

Interested in the new DiorSkin Forever products Natalie is fronting? Harper’s Bazaar has the info:

The stunning goddess of swan-like perfection, Natalie Portman, is absolutely radiant in Dior’s newly released campaign – Diorskin Forever – for the innovatively formulated Diorskin range, which is designed to seamlessly perfect the complexion and enhance the natural beauty of the skin, like the fibres of a Haute Couture gown.

Dior’s research laboratories are consistently at forefront of cosmetic advances and once again Dior lives up to this reputation. The unique innovation – Skin Essence – contained within the Diorskin Forever Compact and Diorskin Forever Fluid, identifies the skin’s specific needs upon application.

With a balanced fusion of high-tech pigment, matifying and hydrating technologies, the make-up treats the individual’s skincare needs, whilst also adapting to changing environments and encouraging cell renewal to create a flawless complexion.

With her milky soft skin and feminine sensuality, who better than Portman to act as ambassadress for Diorskin?

Diorskin Forever Flawless Perfection Fusion Wear Makeup, £29.50; Diorskin Forever Compact Flawless Perfection Fusion Wear Makeup, £35.50; available Nationwide 3 October 2011.

In related news, HuffPo is trying to start some drama. Is Natalie a hypocrite for continuing her campaign after publicly condemning designer John Galliano or is she bound by her contract? That would make sense if Galliano were still employed by the Dior fashion house and if he had been directly associated with their cosmetics line (afaik he was not).

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  • Carlotto says:

    So basically this news is an ad for Dior? I might as well turn AdBlock back on for np.com if the ads are directly in the news now.

  • Nannina says:

    Really? It boggles my mind that people find this kind of drama, they just don’t think. Galliano did his stupid rant, Natalie issued her statement, Galliano was fired. If he hadn’t been I think she would have gotten out of her contract, and I think that keeping Natalie was a factor in Dior firing Galliano. Where do people people get the whole hypocrite thing? Dior is no longer associated with Galliano, so Natalie is in no way associated with Galliano.

  • dazza says:

    Carlotto, all posts are an ad for something. Whether it’s a movie, a new magazine, a charity she’s involved with, a designer who Natalie is wearing, a TV show that is doing an interview, an artist who has contributed fanart…

    You may not have any interest in her Dior involvement but some fans, particularly her female fans, will be curious about beauty and clothing news items associated with Natalie.

    Nannina – Right on. Absolutely ridiculous POV. It sounds as though Natalie was probably a big part of why Galliano got fired in the first place.

  • Carlotto says:

    This post is a straight up copy of an ad for a product, quoted without any detachment; you basically did the job of their marketing director.

    And Natalie is not involved in the making of this product, contrary to a film, an interview or a magazine photoshoot.

  • dazza says:

    This post is a straight up copy of an ad for a product, quoted without any detachment; you basically did the job of their marketing director.

    It’s a press release for a product that has Natalie’s face on it and which some fans, when the pictures arrived featuring Natalie and this Forever product, might have been interested in knowing exactly what it is. Rachel used that to springboard into legitimate Natalie news, but perhaps you missed that part?

    And Natalie is not involved in the making of this product, contrary to a film, an interview or a magazine photoshoot.

    I disagree and think you’re being very naive and selective in your reasoning. What does Natalie have to do with making Entertainment Tonight? What does Natalie have to do with making Vanity Fair? They, along with Dior, use Natalie to get people to view/purchase their product, she uses them to get publicity and promote things that benefit her, and we fans get to follow along (or not).

  • cherryvanilla says:

    I, for one, I’m interested in the product Natalie advertises and I’m gonna give it a try when it arrives in stores. So, yeah I found the update helpful 🙂

  • awiseone says:

    Dazza your point is right on target:

    The point is for Natalie’s image to sell the product, I buy the perfume because of her.

    This also serves to keep her name and image out there while she is taking time away from the spotlight.