Dior Gives Addict Gloss A Makeover, We're Ready To Pucker Up

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    They don't call it "Addict" for nothing: Dior devotees are downright rabid for the brand's super-shiny glosses. Well now, they've got a whole new reason to freak out as the brand is completely revamping its lip lacquer line.

    So, what does that mean? A whopping 24 brand-new shades in a new moisturizing and volumizing formula that also delivers super-duper shine thanks to a mixture of glass microbeads and round, crystalline microparticles. According to the brand, by using round particles, it allows them to slip beneath the microbeads to deliver a perfectly even distribution of light, rather than the "broken mirror" effect that other glosses provide. The 24 shades will come in a variety of finishes, including sparkling (shimmer), pearly (pearlescent), and pure (cream).

    The glosses won't be available until March, but because we love you, we're posting all 24 new shades for you to browse through and ogle. We're particularly taken (read: obsessed) with Delice, Bed of Roses, and Fancy Purple.

    Click through to see them all, then tell us in the comments which shade got your heart racing.

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    Photos: Courtesy of Dior

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