Model and Insta crush Bella Hadid has made a cute video with Dior showing off her pout. Need some date night beauty inspo? Look no further.
Just when we thought we couldn’t fall in love with Bella Hadid any more she goes and makes this mega cute beauty video with Dior.
The video, entitled The Date to celebrate the new Rouge Dior shades, is set in a chic hotel room we like to assume is in Paris. Bella has a dilemma. She’s got a sweet date waiting and has no idea which of her brand new Rouge Dior lipsticks to wear. Her entire look is dependant on her lipstick shade so the dilemma is *real*.
Luckily for Bella, Dior’s Creative and Image Director of Make Up Pete Philips is at the other end of the phone with a heap of advice.
Bella Hadid <3’s Dior
Looking otherworldly beautiful with her hair scraped into her signature high pony, Bella starts with a slick of conditioning Dior Addict Lip Glow before applying her first lip look. Taking a selfie Bella sends her beauty guru a pic of the juicy red shade (Rouge Dior in Red Smile). Even though she looks gorge, Peter reckons she can do better and recommends she try the Matte 999.
Switching her ladylike frock for a sexed-up LBD, Hadid does exactly what he says and slicks on the matte shade. Again, Peter thinks there’s more she can do and tells her to go ombre.
A double pink ombre pout (Rouge Dior in Miss and Premiere) teamed with a fluffy cropped jumper and jeans transforms Bella into the ideal daytime date. But she’s not so sure…
We love Bella’s Pink Ombre Lips
Philips tells his muse to “go extreme!”. So she does. Patent leather trousers, a noir cropped vest and the vampiest purple matte pout (Rouge Dior in Poison Matte) ever.
Peter is finally happy and tells Bells to “go girl” with a kissy face emoji.
Bella’s many looks might have been created with dating in mind but we are totally up for stealing her style for everyday. Disguising a hangover-from-the-weekend on a Monday morning? Punchy fuchsia. Easy-peasy pink to battle #humpdays and edgy purple for Saturday night.
Who needs Peter Philips at the end of the phone? Actually, us. Always. Please?
By Ellen Kerry