Here is the preview of their Chanel Spring 2011 makeup collection. These were the products used for their Spring/Summer 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection at Paris Fashion Week.
Chanel is a name with resonance in the beauty and cosmetics industry as well as fashion, and this is underlined with every single makeup collection revealed by Chanel.
The beauty of the iridescent reflections of the pearls has been transposed into the new Chanel spring 2011 makeup collection and this has made us fall in love with each and every item of the collection.
I am so excited and a huge fan of such a classic brand as Chanel. I am a lover of the Chanel Make Up Line and fashion industry. I totally cannot wait for the Spring 2011 line to become available to the world!
Chanel makeup has many beautiful color’s as well sophisticated packaging that Chanel brand is known for.
You do pay more. However, you do get what you pay for. Chanel brand’s are so worth it if you love quality and the classic craftsmanship they but forth into there products.
Chanel by far is just so nice on the skin. The color’s are so magnificent. Check out Chanel color’s and products at their online store, or stop into your nearest Chanel store or mall department store’s.
Some of the products used:
- An emerald tinged onyx black shade from the Regard Pearl eyeshadow quad
- Le Crayon Kohl eyliner in black
- Poudre Lumiere Perlee (a finishing powder with a touch of shimmer)
- Rouge Coco Shine lipstick in Boy (a rosy pink)
- Hair part line is made with L’Ecriture de Chanel (liquid pen liner)
- Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Espiegle
- Le Crayon Sourcils (new product)
- On toes, Le Vernis polish in Pearl Drop
“Karl Lagerfeld showed me a sketch he had drawn of a girl with smoky eyes, so it was clear that we would put the focus on the eyes for this show. The inspiration for the color came from the black-white-green French garden that was recreated in the Grand Palais, from the glow that we can find in black, grey and white pearls, and the enamel that Karl integrated into the costume jewelry. I created deep, dark smoky eyes on a luminous fresh face with tinted, dewy lips. Nails were graphic and strong, and a thin black line was drawn in the hair.” – Peter Philips, Global Creative Director of CHANEL Makeup