Chanel’s Autumn Collection, États Poétiques, is full of dreamy lipsticks in various shades of pink and plum with flecks of gold–the colours at once innocent and fragile but with a heart of darkness.

The eyeshadow palette, Les Quatres Ombres Poésie in particular is quite stunning–two shades of gold along with the light rosewood colour would great a beautiful day look, while the dark blackcurrant shade can instantly change the look to a more mysterious nighttime eye.
There three new polishes emulate the innocent but dark theme, with a fresh, milky, pink nude, Secret, a white pearlescent shade, Atmosphère, and a blue-toned dark grey, Orage.

There are two Écriture de Chanel liquid eyeliners, 6 Ombre Essentielle mono shadows, 1 eyeshadow palette, 1 blush, 4 Rouge Coco Shine lipsticks, 2 Lèvres Scintillantes glosses, and 3 new nail polishes.

Products are available at Chanel Beauty counters on August 18th.

Stay tuned for reviews on: Ombre Essentielle in Hésitation, Écriture de Chanel in Noir and Le Vernis in Orage and Secret.

Chanel will also be releasing a loose-powder version of their beloved Vitalumière foundation in 5 shades, packaged with a kabuki brush. The foundation claims to have the texture of a powder with the finish of a liquid. A Canola oil derivative is the hero here, creating comfort and longwear. A combination of soft focus powders and mica give a blurring effect to fill surface irregularities and smooth skin with a luminous finish.

The kabuki brush was specifically developed to be paired with the new foundation, applying the powder in a sheer layer, with buildable coverage.

The powder will retail for $79.00 and will be available at Chanel Beauty counters September 1st.

Stay tuned for a review on this product.


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