Eden Liao is back with another Dior Star find, and this might be my favourite shot. Mostly because of the shadows caused by Natalie’s eyelashes. What do you think?



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  • omgzrachel says:

    It’s interesting and her eyes look amazing in this shot, but I think the harsh lighting is also part of what makes this shoot look so cheap to me.

  • edenLiao says:

    that’s my fav part of this shoot toooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Antienne says:

    Oh Lord, I hope we will see her soon in a movie. The Dior advertising campaigns are sympathic, but … boring. I tought she was an actresses not a model.

  • Ming Choo says:

    I have to say: I’m surprised Natalie is the spokeswoman for this perfume/comsetic line. What Natalie’s appeal has always been to fans is that she manages to be an anti-movie star movie star. You know what I’m talking about: she brings in the big bucks and avoids movie star tropes at the same time. Now what do I see? An actress who is doing a cheesy perfume line for a check. Disappointing.

    • Dazza says:

      I think it has given her a certain amount of freedom and financial security. Not that she wasn’t very wealthy before, but I imagine it has helped her get where she wanted to be. Which is to be able to move to direct, to look after her kid, to make smaller movies (since Black Swan, at the height of her powers, she’s essentially made 4 small films plus contractually obligated appearance in Thor 2) and to shift focus to making French films.

      The commitment required for Dior seems minimal compared to the amount of time she’d have to be on set for films to make the same amount of cash.

      Look, I’m not particularly fond of it either. Sure, we get some nice photos but I’d rather we get them via cool magazine spreads. But I also understand it.