Featuring soft neutrals for the eyes and warm shades for the cheeks and lips, Chanel‘s spring 2013 Printemps Précieux de Chanel makeup collection is elegant with a touch of girlieness. Today I am highlighting three items from the collection: Poudre Signée de Chanel, Joues Contraste in 76 Frivole, and Stylo Yeux Waterproof in 100 Santal.
It seems that whitening ranges continue to be big businesses in Asia, and the springtime is when most of the whitening ranges from both Asian and western beauty brands (which develop whitening ranges exclusively for the Asian market) bring out new products. From daily skincare items to treatment products and from ultra-high SPF sunscreens to full base-makeup routines (from primer to loose powder), whitening ranges have been getting more and more extensive.
Chanel Coco was launched in 1984 and became an olfactory icon. In 2001, the lighter and more sparkling Coco Mademoiselle was born. Eleven years later, we have Coco Noir, which completes a timeless fragrance wardrobe trio.
Chanel‘s fall 2012 makeup collection, compared with the brand’s spring 2012 collection, features the same feminine shades but the overall color palette is slightly more low-key and demure. Today I am highlighting Lumière d’Artifices Beiges, Joues Contraste in 72 Rose Initiale, and Rouge Coco Shine in 74 Parfait.
(images from www.urcosme.com,
info from www.chanel.com & www.urcosme.com)
Here is a quick look at some of the items from Chanel‘s fall 2012 makeup collection. The limited-edition star item of the collection is Lumière d’Artifices Beiges (above), a two-toned highlighter featuring sequin patterns. The rest of the collection includes low-key and elegant shades.