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Paris Fashion Week and Chanel Runway Beauty – GET THE LOOK!

Paris Fashion Week and Chanel Runway Beauty – GET THE LOOK!

A TON went down in Paris this past week. Kate Moss made a smoking (legitimate, like with a cigarette) return to the runway at Louis Vuitton, Galliano was fired from Dior and Lady Gaga opened the Thierry Mugler show.  WOW, what a week!

So, despite all the theatrics that occurred, we wanted to touch upon the beauty of one of our favorite fashion houses: Chanel. The faces were epic with a smoldering, metallic grey eye and a kick-ass gun metal nail polish (dying over!).

Peter Philips, Creative Director of CHANEL Make Up, dishes on the CHANEL products used to create the runway beauty looks:

Skin prepared with HYDRAMAX + ACTIVE Nourishing Cream for Dry Skin

The Complexion         VITALUMIERE AQUA Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF 15
POUDRE UNIVERSELLE LIBRE  Natural Finish Loose Powder
ECLAT LUMIERE Highlighting Face Pen
CORRECTEUR PERFECTION Long Lasting Concealer

The Eyes         ILLUSION D’OMBRE in Epatant – (available July 2011)
ILLUSION D’OMBRE in Mirifique– (available July 2011)
ILLUSION D’OMBRE in Fantasme– (available July 2011)
LE CRAYON YEUX Precision Eye Definer in Khaki Platine – (available July 2011)
STYLO YEUX WATERPROOF Long Lasting Eyeliner in Ebène
CRAYONS SOURCILS (available July 2011)
INIMITABLE MASCARA in Noir

The Cheeks                    (No blush)

The Lips                  LE CRAYON LEVRES Precision Lip Definer in Natural
ROUGE ALLURE VELVET in La Furtive- (available November 2011)

The Nails                 LE VERNIS Nail Colour in Graphite – (available July 2011)

Chanel photo credits:  Vincent Lappartient


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