Liz and I played with Chanel Ombres Perlees and Rouge Coco Peregrina to show you a little more of Chanel’s most recent collection. In particular, I’ve had several questions about how the new Chanel eyeshadow formulation in the Ombres Perlees palette looks applied. Sometimes pictures really do say 1,000 words, so here are some photos.
First, here is the final overall look with the Ombres Perlees palette. On the lid, Liz used a mix of the first (white) and second (peach) shades. In the crease and outer lid, Liz used the darkest shade (no base). Liz is wearing Rouge Coco Peregrina (no base or liner) on lips. For her blush, she is wearing Guerlain Orient Sun, a baked Terracotta blush that was limited edition two years ago, and a black pencil liner (Prestige Total Intensity in Deepest Black) lining her inner rim. She’s also wearing Guerlain Le 2 Volume mascara, Chanel Lift Lumiere in Intensity 1.0 (Ivoire) and Caron translucent loose powder.
Here are some close-ups, wearing these colors from Chanel’s Ombres Perlees palette. In the following picture, the darkest color is applied very lightly, and this picture shows the pearl texture of the eyeshadow: