Last summer, I purchased Chanel's Bombay Express de Chanel, and knew I wanted to recreate the beautiful Indian-inspired looks from the Chanel Paris-Bombay Metiers d’Art Show for New Year's Eve.
From left to right: 85 Mirifique Illusion d’Ombre, Routes des Indes de Chanel, Brume D’Or Joues Contraste, Empreinte Rouge Coco Shine.
I was glad to see Brume D’Or released in the collection; first, I already owned it (translation, I don't have to shell out $43.00), and second, Brume D’Or is a stunning blush that needs to be introduced to the WORLD!
Question: Do any of you other lovelies get a feeling of relief when a collection features an item/items that you already own? Or am I, and my pocket book, the only ones?
Nars Sheer Glow Foundation in Santa Fe (Medium 2).
Shu Uemura Hard Formula brow Pencil in Seal Brown.
Chanel Joues Contraste in Brume D’Or.
Chanel Routes des Indes de Chanel.
Mac Studio Sculpt Concealer in NC30.
Chanel Joues Contraste in Brume D’Or (blended into the crease).
Chanel 85 Mirifique Illusion d’Ombre (on the lid, blended into the crease, and lower lashline).
Stila Kajal Eye Liner in Onyx (used to tightline, line the inner corner and waterline).
Chanel Inimitable Intense Multi-Dimensionnel Sophistique Mascara in 10 Noir.
Red Cherry False Lashes #138.
Mac Lip Pencil in Spice.
Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in 437 Empreinte.
You probably can't tell, but I cut 5 Inches off my hair and fringe...bad idea :( Thank god, my hair grows fast!
One last photo before washing my face.
Looking gorgeous one lipstick at a time.