So, there you have it–all of the Chanel Ombre D’eau that I have in my current stash. This project has let me to discover that there are a few that I don’t have yet, I may add them over the next few weeks and supplement this resource. Also, don’t forget that the Chanel Spring 2010 Ombre D’eau eyeshadow in Torrent was previously reviewed here.
To see all of them, clicking the “Chanel Ombre D’eau” tag in this post should bring them all up.
For the newcomer to this format, I suggest that you try a lighter toned one in any shade that appeals to you. If you trust your Chanel sales associate, ask him or her to help you the first time. Above all, don’t be afraid to experiment a bit. There is a little learning curve to using these, but once you have your technique down, you’ll find them a very easy eyeshadow to keep handy for rushed mornings when you want a polished look.
These act similarly to a wet pigment, I find them much neater to work with. The glass vial and nicely fitted cap make them travel-friendly. Also, the stopper in the top prevents spilling, even when the container is lying horizontally.