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Dior's magic make-up machine

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When we first laid eyes on this image, we thought Dior had branched out into espresso machines.

But no, the french fashion house haven't branched out as baristasjust yet. Instead, they're offering customers at Selfridges the chance to get their foundation 'to go' at the Dior Dramming Fountain.

Launching exclusively at the Dior Selfridges counter from tomorrow (20 January), pop along and you'll get a 5ml personalized sample pumped 'fresh' from the fountain. We'll be there, if only to see how this cute little contraption works.

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