The new Chanel fall collection just hit stores and I was completely caught in the beauty of one of their new eyeshadow palettes. Ever since the Les 4 Ombres palettes were reformulated a few years ago, I have been loving them. Last year their fall palette was a concoction of reddish toned matte browns. This year’s Les 4 Ombres in Road Movie is still matte, but consists of stunning teals.
Chanel Les 4 Ombres Fall 2017 288 Road Movie
In today’s video, I will be giving you an overview of my Chanel make up products. I don’t own many and what I have was collected over a number of years. When I first started in make up I thought make up had to be expensive to be good. Boy, was I wrong. So that is why some of these products go waaaay back. This will be the last brand bites video I do, as I am running out of brands to do dedicated videos on. But I hope you enjoy this one and enjoy your Easter Sunday!
Whoopsie daisy, I reviewed a Chanel palette just a little over a month ago, and now I have another one to show you. But Chanel has truly stepped up their eyeshadow game lately. And so just after buying a stunning cool toned palette, I opted for this very warm toned. Also good to note: I think this may very well be one of the very first fully matte eyeshadow palettes Chanel has ever produced. It is part of their fall limited edition collection and I think it is absolutely stunning.
Chanel Les 4 Ombres 268 Candeur et Expérience
I’ve slowly begun getting into Chanel eyeshadow. An expensive feat, no doubt, but well worth the money if you ask me. I spotted a stunning new shade selection at my local high end make up shop: Tissé Dimensions. The mixture of a metallic silver and other cool toned shades appealed to me and after much umming and arring I decided to bite the bullet and go for it. Meet the gorgeousness that is the latest addition to my make up collection.
Chanel Les 4 Ombres 272 Tissé Dimensions
It’s that time of year: the sun has been peeping out more and the promise of spring is in the air. And with that promise come some new beauty launches of course. Where most people are completely enamored by Christmas limited editions, I usually prefer spring collections. The colors are fresher and thus much more up my pale skin street. This year I found two beautiful products from the Chanel and Dior Spring 2016 limited editions: LA Sunrise & Glowing Gardens.
Chanel LA Sunrise Limited Edition Blush Harmony Sunkiss Ribbon
Dior DiorSkin Nude Air Glowing Gardens Illuminating Powder 001 Pink
Chanel’s most iconic shade has to be Rouge Noir and when I saw they were releasing a cream eyeshadow in that shade, I knew I wanted to get my hands on it. Chanel’s cream eyeshadow formula is formally called the Illusion D’Ombre and are a cream to powder formula and Rouge Noir has to be not only there more iconic shade, but one of the prettiest for wearing this holiday season. Let me break it down for you.
Chanel Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eye shadow in 857 Rouge Noir
High end make up is something I only buy on rare occasions: as a treat to myself. I prefer buying budget, drugstore and mid range make up, as I feel their products are as good or even better. Truth be told, shelling out the big bucks for a Chanel, Dior or YSL make up product is the ultimate treat and today I am showing three such treats that I purchased in the past 1.5 years. They are all by Chanel and they are all gorgeous.