For the FALL-WINTER 2021 COLLECTION, the CHANEL Makeup Creation Studio has created an eye-focused variation on the "contour and light" technique in four colour harmonies, using two main products: STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR and OMBRE PREMIÈRE LAQUE.
OMBRE PREMIÈRE LAQUE drapes eyelids in a veil of intense, metallic makeup that feels like a second skin and can be adapted as desired. The perfect synergy between skin and shadow.
Four shades of the OMBRE PREMIÈRE LAQUE to pair with the STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR for the "contour and light" technique:
Lamé Bronze*: A metallic platinum khaki
Pair with STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR Contour Kaki*
Lamé Pourpre*: A metallic purplish red
Pair with STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR Contour Marron*
Lamé Acier*: A metallic silver grey
Pair with STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR Contour Graphite*
Lamé Ivoire*: A metallic ivory
Pair with STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR Contour Beige*
THE CONTOUR AND LIGHT TECHNIQUE:
The science of colour and the magic of texture, the CHANEL Makeup Creation Studio's two greatest passions, meet in one simple and enjoyable two-step routine featuring two products:
STEP 1: Define and structure the colour with STYLO OMBRE ET CONTOUR.
STEP 2: Create and diffuse the light with OMBRE PREMIÈRE LAQUE.
TIPS FROM THE CHANEL MAKEUP STUDIO:
The Stylo Ombre et Contour is easier to work with and to blend on the eyelid than Ombre Première Laque, making it possible to apply the eye pen first.
1. Stylo Ombre et Contour
Apply along the upper lash line, then define and blend the crease using a brush or your fingertips if the shape of your eye allows. You can also apply the Stylo Ombre et Contour along the lower lash line and blend again.
2. Ombre Première Laque
Apply Ombre Première Laque to the entire upper eyelid and along the lower lash line to brighten up the eyes. It can also be applied as a single stroke.
You can apply the eyeshadow using the included applicator and blend with a brush and/or your fingertips.
This versatile look can be lighter or more dramatic depending on how much product is applied.
Shake well before use, then apply directly with the applicator and blend with fingertips or a brush. Adjust the look of this longwear eyeshadow before it dries. Work it in while it is still wet. For more intensity, let it dry completely before applying a second coat.