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  • Diorskin Star promises the perfect selfie
  • Diorskin Star promises the perfect selfie
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Diorskin Star promises the perfect selfie

Front-facing camera? Check. Selfie stick? Check. A foundation scientifically proven to enhance selfies? Check. In response to the fact people are increasingly living their lives online, Dior has launched a foundation specifically designed to make women more photogenic.

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