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Introducing Estée Lauder’s New Dimension Transformative Skincare Collection


A new perspective. A different angle. Now, Estée Lauder empowers women to transform and define their appearance in a completely new way. Introducing New Dimension, a transformative collection that’s so powerful it will help change women’s perspective on how they see themselves. One breakthrough serum – New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum – and an Expert Liquid Tape along with two custom shaping experts – Shape + Sculpt Face Kit and Shape + Sculpt Eye Kit – help create beautiful contours and a visibly more defined facial shape. Working on every level of skin’s surface, helping to create both visible volume and structure, this new collection finds, flatters and reflects skin’s best features. It’s a multi-faceted transformation, immediately and over time. Needed visible volume is added. Facial contours look more defined. The cheeks and jawline appear more lifted. Revolutionary? Absolutely. New Dimension gives a whole new angle on beauty.


Today, real transformation is possible. For the first time, New Dimension helps create beautiful contours and a visibly more defined facial shape:

  • New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum – a powerful, concentrated formula that helps define the look of contours to help lift the look of cheeks and the jawline by improving both visible volume and structure.
  • New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape – a precision-accurate treatment that targets and helps give a tighter feel to key facial contours. Over time, New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape helps firm, tone and give a more sculpted, lifted look around eyes.
  • New Dimension Shape + Sculpt Face Kit – an all-in-one contouring duo that instantly creates an ideal facial framework with two expertly coordinated cream shades. The neutral tones make contouring mistake-proof every time.
  • New Dimension Shape + Sculpt Eye Kit – an eye contour kit that helps create ideal eye shape and appearance.

New Dimension is also changing women’s perspective on the way they see themselves. Estée Lauder went beyond traditional consumer testing, using advanced Neuroscience Testing which measures physiological and emotional responses and which has long been used to understand people’s reactions through the workings of the brain and nervous system. Estée Lauder conducted Neuroscience Testing for the first time to measure the physiological and emotional responses of women after using New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum*. The results are remarkable: 91% of the panelists* experienced a positive change in attitude after using New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum and felt more enthusiastic about the way they looked. They also indicated feelings of delight and astonishment.

NEW Estée Lauder New Dimension
New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum $89.00, 30ml
New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape $70.00, 15ml
New Dimension Shape + Sculpt Face Kit $50.00 New Dimension Shape + Sculpt Eye Kit $40.00

Eva Mendes announced as the new face of Estée Lauder New Dimension Skincare



Get to know the newly named face of our groundbreaking New Dimension skincare.

Since her breakout role in the 2001 film Training Day, Eva Mendes has reliably ranked amongst Hollywood’s most beautiful actresses. But the red carpet regular admits that getting comfortable with seeing herself on camera took time. “I can take a funky photo,” laughs the Cuban-American stunner, whose film work has earned her countless magazine covers and plenty of time on the premiere circuit. “I have an angular face and I kind of had to learn which angles were which, and how I could work that into a scene,” she continues.

It’s probably what was attractive to me about becoming an actress—the art of transformation.
Part of that learning process stemmed from Mendes’ early love affair with the power of change. “I’ve always loved how I could transform myself by just highlighting a certain area and playing down another area. It’s probably what was attractive to me about becoming an actress—the art of transformation.” Mendes is a pro at getting into character for a new role, and has shaved her eyebrows and even gone blonde to bring a certain level of authenticity to her projects. (“I’m an awful blonde!” she insists). It’s a skill that has served the 41-year-old well as she undergoes the personal transformation of becoming a new mom. “My baby just started sleeping through the night so I have little more time for my beauty ritual,” she reveals of her daily routine that includes our New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum and New Dimension Expert Tape, new-to-market skincare products that firm, tone and tighten the look of skin for enhanced visible definition, density—and confidence-induced perspective. “My face is changing,” admits Mendes. “And I want to be able to embrace that process.” Here, the products’ ambassador provides her own angle on the important stuff—that being deep dish pizza and the luxury of sleeping in.

EL: Flats or heels?

EM: Heels.

EL: New York or LA?

EM: Falling asleep in NY, and waking up in LA.

EL: Online shopping or retail shopping?

EM: Retail shopping.

EL: Skinny jeans or boyfriend jeans?

EM: Boyfriend jeans.

EL: City or country?

EM: Summer in the country, winter in the city.

EL: Mountains or beach?

EM: Being in the mountains overlooking the beach.

EL: Yoga or pilates?

EM: Krav Maga!

EL: What is the one wardrobe essential you can’t live without?

EM: A great belt.

EL: What is your favorite movie of all time?

EM: Edward Scissorhands.

EL: Where is your favorite travel destination?

EM: Italy.

EL: What are you currently streaming?

EM: Broad City.


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Eva Mendes looks gorgeous on the cover of Lucky Magazine!


I’ll tell you why Eva Mendes deserves the cover of Lucky Magazine. She gets to wake up every morning next to Ryan Gosling. That’s why.

She looks absolutely gorgeous on the cover of the October issue. I love the styling, I love everything about it! In the interview she kind of sort of talks about her own fashion line, which will debut this fall. She also talks about trying to dress conservatively, and her mom telling her she’s too skinny.

Method Acting: “I’ll do anything for a role! For A Place Beyond the Pines, I exercised a lot. I wanted my character to feel really depleted. My mom didn’t understand why I would want to look that way. She’s constantly telling me I’m too skinny!”

Her overbearing mother: “The way my mother keeps track of me is looking me up. I say, ‘Please, Mother, don’t Google me!’”

Won’t talk about Ryan: “You can ask about my boyfriend. I just won’t answer.”

On her style: “There are days when I don’t feel great, but I put on my favorite dress and throw a scarf in my hair, and it makes all the difference. Hopefully my line can do that for women. Even if you’re not feeling your best, let’s admit it, the right outfit–it helps. Every time I wear something body-conscious, I regret it. I feel better in a demure look.”

I wish she would have given us something about Ryan. Just a little tidbit??