Dental esthetics and minimal invasiveness have become increasingly important during the last decade when considering diagnosis and treatment planning. Nowadays, Composite resins occupy a paramount position among restorative materials because they offer excellent aesthetic potential and acceptable longevity with a much lower cost than equivalent ceramic restorations. Several application techniques and materials with various optical properties have been proposed. These techniques and materials aim to facilitate shade matching and imitation of optical properties using a natural layering concept, but it requires a skillful dentist to be able to mimic the color and reproduce different opacities of the adjacent natural tooth. The aim of this lecture is to present a novel approach, that holds simplicity, to perfectly matching both natural color and optical properties creating direct anterior masterpieces.