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August 13, 2011  | by: Abby Adesanya

Natalie Portman

Like everyone else in Hollywood, we’re still reeling over the flawless performance Natalie Portman gave in the critically acclaimed film, Black Swan last year. Partnering with DiorSkin for their latest ad campaign, she proves that perfection is indeed possible. Even after her negative reaction to the racially-driven outburst from former head designer for Dior, John Galliano, Portman held up her end of the deal and provided an essentially gorgeous photo for the DiorSkin Forever line.

Harper’s Bazaar UK tells about more about the DiorSkin Forever line and how it created such a dreamy complexion:

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.

The DiorSkin Forever Flawless Perfection Fusion Wear Makeup retails for £29.50 and we’re saving up to make the purchase for ourselves. With perfect results like this, Nina Sayers would be proud.

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