The burlesque dancer - who was a spokesperson for the MAC AIDS Fund in 2006 and 2007 - says she is keen to have own cosmetics range because she feels not every woman is catered for.
She said: "I want to do my own make-up line, because I feel like things are missing in the world. I`m constantly trying to mix up colours. Also, I mix my own body make-up. I love the idea of beautiful packaging for cosmetics. I use a lot of vintage powder compacts, and I buy vintage lipstick tubes and transfer lip colours into them. I put my MAC lipstick into my vintage Helena Rubinstein tubes.
"I love the look of matte, velvety lips. Every girl should have a matte red and a matte fuchsia. And that`s so hard to find these days."
As well as wanting her own make-up line, Dita - who is famed for her vintage-inspired wardrobe and glamorous look - is keen to release her own fragrance because she hates smelling like anyone else.
She told WWD: "I really want to do is make my own fragrance. I don`t want to smell like anyone else.
"I have to talk to the smaller companies, because the bigger ones, like Coty, are like `Well, not everyone knows your name, like the Kardashians or Victoria Beckham.` "