MAC Odyssey Lipstick ($14.50 for 0.10 oz.) is an opaque, berry-wine with a frost finish. Odyssey is definitely a staple MAC shade for me–it’s perfect for the fall and winter, but it’s not too dark. It’s a great choice for someone who doesn’t quite want to go ultra dark but still wants something with more depth than a milky pink, too. It works well on both cool and warm skin tones, and it’s not overly frosty either. During the holidays, you can add a little gold or red lipgloss to make it more festive.
If you were using Chanel Vert Khaki Eyeshadow ?, what look would you create with it?
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Chanel Imperial (73) Rouge Allure Laque ($32.00 for 0.20 oz.) is a rich shade of rusted red with just a touch of berry. Rusted berry sounds weird, but perhaps that’s a more apt description than rusted red! It has subtle pink and gold micro-shimmer. It’s completely opaque, and it makes lips look lush — it has the color payoff of a lipstick with the shine of a gloss. Rouge Allure Laques are one of my favorite products, and I’m reminded of that every time I put one on. I get around four to five hours of wear with shade in particular–plus a residual stain.