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Get Kristen Stewart’s Makeup Look at 2013 Met Gala!

May 7th, 2013

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Matching your eyeshadow to your outfit can be a do when done correctly. Case in point? The gorgeous burgundy eye makeup Kristen Stewart wore at the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala. “I wanted to create a dark punk shape to the eye, but give it some edgy elegance by working in reds, burgundies and blacks. The look came together beautifully with the deep burgundy jumpsuit Kristen wore.” said makeup artist Beau Nelson.

Kristen Stewart's burgundy smoky eye Makeup Look at 2013 Met Gala
Complexion
“To get her look, I started by massaging Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Fine into the face and gently patting Sublimage La Creme Yeux under the eyes for hydration. I applied Chanel Perfection Lumiere Long-Wear Flawless Fluid Makeup SPF 15 in 22 Beige Rose to the center of the face working outwards in small circular motions, buffing the product into the skin. Then used a concealer where needed to cover redness and brighten the under eye area. I contoured the face with Chanel Powder Blush in Plum Attraction under the cheekbones and used Chanel Rouge Coco Shine Baume on the tops of cheekbones for radiant dewy shine.

Eyes
“On her eyes I used Chanel Precision Lip Definer in Framboise as a creme shadow to define the shape and create a strong red base to apply the shadow to. I then used a mix of Chanel Powder Blush in Pink Explosion, the burgundy shadows from Chanel Quadra Eyeshadow in Eclosion and the grey shadow from Chanel Eyeshadow Duo in Misty-Soft to smoke up the eye, then lined the inner rim with a black pencil. On the brows, I used Chanel Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil in Brun Naturel. I curled the lashes and applied Chanel Inimitable Mascara in Noir to both top and bottom.

Lips
“On the lips I used Chanel Rouge Coco Shine Hydrating Colour Lipshine in Ingénue (available June 2013) and Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss in Attirance.”

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Chanel Printemps Precieux de Chanel Spring 2013 Collection Official Information and Product Photos

December 23rd, 2012

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Named for the precious beauty of Spring, the new colour collection Printemps Precieux de Chanel celebrates Gabrielle Chanel’s codes of simplicity and sophistication. Creative Director of Chanel Makeup Peter Philips channels the season’s splendor with a collection of contrasts. Elegant neutrals complement softto- sultry pinks on face and lips, while nails are adorned with vivid polish.



Poudre Signee de Chanel Illuminating Powder ($68) (Limited Edition)
Embossed with iconic emblems of CHANEL, the powder creates a naturally luminous effect in two ways. The blend of soft peach and warm beige shades applies with a new sponge applicator for a sheer, radiant glow on cheekbones or with a powder brush for natural, allover radiance.

Joues Contraste ($43)
* Frivole – Luminous apricot

Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow ($59)
* Raffinement – Rich mauve, pearly pink beige, shimmering lilac, deep eggplant

Rouge Allure Luminous Intense Lip Colour ($34)
* Fantasque – Soft rose (Limited Edition)
* Precieuse – Peachy beige (Limited Edition)
* Envoutante – Shimmering violet plum
* Captivante – Copper brown

Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour ($34)
* L’Eclatante – Vibrant pink
* La Favorite – Coral

Rouge Double Intensite Ultra Wear Lip Colour ($34)
* Rose Pearl – Shimmering warm rose

Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss ($32)
* Merveille – Lilac rosewood
* Attirance – Coppery beige

Le Crayon Levres Precision Lip Definer ($29)
* Rubellite – Vibrant pink
* Palissandre – Refined brown

Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner ($30)
* Or Rose – Light rosy beige (Limited Edition)
* Beryl – Lilac
* Santal – Brown (Limited Edition)

Le Vernis Nail Colour ($27)
* Emprise – Natural rosy beige
* Fracas – Vibrant pink (Limited Edition)
* Accesoire Deep red brown

Chanel Printemps Precieux de Chanel Spring 2013 Collection will be available in department and specialty stores and on Chanel.com January 2013.

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A Few Canadian Beauty Product Must-Haves

November 17th, 2011

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By Rae Chen, Canada, Global Expert

Rae, the easily-distracted Canadian blogger behind theNotice: a beauty blog, is neither the brains nor the beauty of the operation. (The subjective existence of either has yet to be determined – we’ll get back to you on that one.)

She is, however, a rather relentless makeup junkie with a camera, a lack of a filter, and a writing style that’s rather more snark than sycophant.


A Few Canadian Beauty Product Must-Haves

When I think “Canadian products,” my mind goes promptly to Annabelle and Marcelle, gets stuck in a rut, and refuses to move on. It’s probably the result of some sort of secret frontal lobe damage, but I’m just going to pretend it’s because they really are stellar lines. (Which they are – but I’m long overdue to check out more Canadian products! This is clearly ample justification for a trip to Shopper’s.)

Must-haves for… Lips

If you’re a gloss girl, you have to check out Annabelle’s. They do three different formulas (Le Gloss, Le Gloss Star, and Volumelip), and honestly, all three are worth checking out. Basically: they’re scent- and flavour-free, ridiculously shiny, less than $9 apiece, and non-sticky. I’d love them even if they weren’t Canadian drugstore products!

My other lip love at the moment are Marcelle’s cream-finish Rouge Vitality lipsticks, which pack a ridiculous amount of pigment, a buttery, moisturizing finish, and scent-free, paraben-free formula. Most of the shades wear best on neutral-warm skintones, but the brights would make a gorgeous statement lip on just about anyone! (They’re really lovely on the cheeks, too – I tend to use mine as 3-in-1 lipsticks, lipstains, and cream blushers.)

Must-haves for… Eyes

Marcelle’s Waterproof Eyeliners are often compared to Urban Decay’s 24/7 Eyeliners, and while I can see the similarities… for me, these ones come out on top, every time. The formula’s more solid, so it’s easier to create a sharp line – and, unlike with the Urban Decay pencils, I can get all-day wear with absolutely no transfer or smudging. (They don’t apply well to the waterline, but that’s a price I’m willing to pay!)

I’m head over heels for Marcelle’s Lux Liquid Eyeliners, too, in both the Diamond and Metallic formulas. I adore the Diamond ones, but they really are just your traditional glitter liner – the silver one’s an exact dupe of Annabelle Plutonium (a Glitterama liner), but in better packaging ;) The Lux Metallic liners, however, are something I’ve never seen before. Instead of chunks of glitter, they deliver a gorgeous, liquid-metal sheen – not quite opaque on their own (not in one pass, at least), but absolutely stunning when layered.

The Quick List

Lips: Annabelle Le Gloss Lip Shine, Annabelle Le Gloss Star Lip Shine, Annabelle Volumelip Plumping Gloss, and Marcelle Rouge Xpression Lipsticks.

All four formulas are scent-free, but the Volumelip and Rouge Xpression lines are paraben-free, as well. I’m particularly fond of Annabelle’s Flash Dance (a shimmery medium-rose Le Gloss Star) and Cherryoké (a bright, sheer cherry red Volumelip), and find myself reaching for Amour, Cleopatra, and Paris Rose a lot (the three Rouge Xpressions in these photographs – a semi-matte true red, a bold violet-fuchsia, and an intense pinked-coral, respectively.)

Eyes: Marcelle Waterproof Eyeliners, Marcelle Lux Diamond Liquid Eyeliners, and Marcelle Lux Metallic Liquid Eyeliners.

These ones are all paraben-free, too, and they’re quite gentle on the eyes. My favourite Waterproof Eyeliner shade is probably Indigo (a rich, shimmery navy blue), and I get a lot of wear out of the Pure Gold Lux Diamond eyeliner. (They look amazing together, actually – I’ll do a small kitten flick with former, then outline it with the latter). Jade is probably my favourite Lux Metallic shade, but honestly, they’re all knockouts!

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Annabelle Glosses in Bitten, Flash Dance, Coralicious


Marcelle Eyeliners in Metal Green + Jade, Metal Green, Indigo + Pure Gold, Indigo; Pure Gold, Jade


Marcelle Rouge Xpression in Amour, Cleopatra, Paris Rose


Marcelle Rouge Xpression (Stains) in Amour, Cleopatra, Paris Rose


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Chanel Holiday 2011 Collection: Les Scintillances de Chanel

October 6th, 2011

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Chanel Holiday 2011 Collection: Les Scintillances de Chanel

The iconic colours of Chanel — gold, red, beige and black — are a never-ending source of inspiration for Peter Philips, Creative Director of Chanel Makeup. The glamorous proof: his Holiday 2011 Collection, Les Scintillances de Chanel. Golden reflections delicately sculpt the face with light, while eyes and lips shimmer in festive tones.

Lumiere Sculptee de Chanel Highlighting Powder ($72.00) (Limited Edition)

A true visionary, Mademoiselle Chanel found inspiration everywhere. Today, the Paris Makeup Studio does similarly — capturing the gilded beauty of Mademoiselle’s treasured belt buckle in LUMIÈRE SCULPTÉE DE CHANEL Highlighting Powder, an illuminating powder that gently highlights the skin with a sheer blend of tender pink and pearlescence. Shades of ivory and pink dusted with tone-on-tone mother-of-pearls make this palette the height of glamour and sophistication.

Rouge Allure Luminous Satin Lip Colour ($32.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Enivree Shimmering pink (Limited Edition)
  • Famous Bright shimmering red (Limited Edition)

Le Vernis Nail Colour ($25.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Rouge Carat Luminous red (Limited Edition)

Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder ($52.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Feerie Soft shimmering pink

Les Tissages de Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect ($45.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Brun Rose Brown rose

Ligne Extreme Liquid Eye Liner ($32.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Or Gold

Ombre Essentielle Soft Touch Eyeshadow ($28.50) (Limited Edition)

  • Blazing Gold Shimmering gold
  • Beige Lame Bright shimmering beige

Ombres Contraste Duo Eyeshadow Duo ($42.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Noir-Ivoire Black, ivory

Rouge Allure Laque Luminous Satin Lip Colour ($32.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Empire Pink rose

Levres Scintillantes Glossimer ($28.50) (Limited Edition)

  • Sparkle d’Or Gold shimmer
  • Sweet Beige Beige shimmer

Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss Pure Shine Intense Colour Long Wear Lip Gloss ($32.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Discretion Luminous beige
  • Triomphal Shimmering red

availability: October 2011

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Estee Lauder Pure Color Sensuous Rouge Lip Color

August 1st, 2011

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Estee Lauder Pure Color Sensuous Rouge Lip Color

Launch Date: August 2011 at select Estee Lauder counters nationwide, esteelauder.com

Exploring a new sensation in lip color, Estée Lauder and Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux introduce the new Pure Color Sensuous Rouge LipColor, changing the modern definition of what a lipstick should be. Two intoxicating formulas are combined to create a luscious, one-of-a-kind elixir that is introduced in 12 delicious shades.

Taking cues from couture fashion, Sensuous Rouge LipColor fuses a creamy, luscious shell with a liquefied core for a lipstick that is truly uniquely decadent while marrying style and performance. Lips will love this succulent, voluptuous formula that drenches in shine and moisture for a euphoric sensorial experience.

Pure Color Sensuous Rouge Lip Color ($28.00)

  • Sultry Caramel
  • Sensuous Nude
  • Decadent Fig
  • Enticing Fuchsia
  • Rose Exposed
  • Pink Seduction
  • Orchid Surrender
  • Wistful Wisteria
  • Plum Fatale
  • Peach Pleasure
  • Curvaceous Coral
  • Cheating Heart

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