Things are about to get a whole lot louder thanks to Dior. Like a party for your lips, the new Dior Addict Lacquer Plump is turning up the volume for your plumpest lips yet.

In 2017, Dior initially got the party started with their Dior Addict Lacquer Stick, a unique lacquer-balm hybrid that kept our pout perfectly hydrated yet saturated in colour. Now, the pout party is getting a whole lot bigger (and louder). Introducing the Dior Addict Lacquer Plump, the first plumping lacquered lip ink at the French beauty house to keep your lips not only juicy but palpably plump.

Lip volume is amped by way of natural hibiscus extract, for a plumping effect, whilst hyaluronic acid hydrates and keeps lips full and fresh.

A clever combination of lacquer and lip care, the Dior Addict Lacquer Plump is the ultimate multi-tasker; providing shaping, smoothing and plumping, whilst its finish is insanely shiny and rich in pigment. “It is intensely colourful and long-lasting with radiance and shine effects, while its light texture provides incredible comfort,” Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Makeup notes.

A punchy palette of pop pinks to blue-toned fuchsia; the 16-strong shade range is both eclectic and classic, depending on your dance floor proclivity. For the ritzy and glitzy, sparkle under the mirror ball with Dior Glitz (538), a lurex coral which will keep you glossy and gleaming (perfect for D-floor hangs), and for those with more timeless moves, stay classy with Dior Pretty (456), a beautifully soft rosewood hue. Feel like getting physical? Indulge in a little Saturday night Dior Fever (676), a brilliant fuchsia with a streak of blue (you know, to cool things down just a touch).

For those clandestine corners and heady jaunts, a slick of Dior Addict Lacquer Plump will leave lips beddable and bouncy. Intense colour, intense shine but with a feather-light finish; it’s the perfect poison for any kind of party. And Dior know how to throw a good one. A mirrored dance-floor, flashing lights and Bella Hadid; it was the LA party to end all Hollywood parties (and that’s a big feat).

Now get inking and hit the dance floor.