Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

If you were using Chanel Epatant, how would you wear it?

What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

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18 thoughts on “How would you wear Chanel Epatant?

  1. Natasha

    Hmm. I’m very pale and like ‘Gothic’ looks, so Epatant all over the lid, slightly smoked/winged and on the lower lashline, lots of black liner, black mascara, a nude contour like YSL Silky nude, and a dark wine lip, maybe Chanel Rouge Noir. Damn. Now I want to buy this! I had resisted it too.

  2. Caroline

    Love Chanel Epatant =) I love to wear it without anyother eyeshadow it looks amazing! And a pointed eyeliner… beautiful =)

  3. Sophie

    I have Chanel Illusoire and its so versatile! I love wearing it as a liner, very sheer to just have some sparkliness, or as a smoky eye!!

  4. I like to wear it with MAC Haux on the Lid, Chanel Mirifique as a Liner ans Epatant on the lower Lashline. I will send you a picture via Twitter.^^

  5. Luka

    I’ve been wearing it up to the crease blended out with a black liner, looks great on its own.

  6. I would love to get this blush!!
    I saw this product around a week ago on the website, as well as their face chart for Chanel Romantic look. Super Chic!!! Anastasia from a chic life

  7. NeenaJ

    It looks beautiful on its own with a black, voluminous mascara. To amp it up for evenings, I like to layer it over a dark or black base – amazing!

  8. Zin

    I’d cover myself in it from head to toe. Kidding!
    This is just calling me, begging me to use it in a dramatic smokey eye with tons of lashes and a nude lip.

  9. I like to wear this as a sheer wash over the eye and Mirifique as the liner. http://blushingnoir.blogspot.com/2011/08/chanel-epatant-mirifique-illusion.html

    It would also be beautiful under the Chanel Murano Quad!

  10. Duniya

    I loveeeeee it. I wear it on its own, either as a light wash, or really opaque. I don’t blend it all the way to the crease, cause then it just appears too glittery for me.
    For a more dramatic look, I’ll apply a darker color like dark brown or gray in the crease and then epatant on the lid. I apply the crease color first, cause I dont like it when it blends with the crease color and the look just doesnt have as much depth a I want it to have.

  11. Pawsha

    I wouldn’t. Bought it and took it back.

  12. Tanya

    alone, smoked out, no eyeliner but lots of mascara to keep it polished yet modern.

  13. PJ

    I am hoping to read these posts and get some new ideas on how to wear Epatant, because I bought it, and it looks bbbbaaaddd on my lids on its own! Too light and frosty! I love illusoire! It is more versatile as a wash on its own, or as an eyeliner, in my opinion, very smoky and sultry!

  14. artemis

    all over the lid, crease and lower lash line, smoked out, with a lot of black eyeliner up and down, mascara, beige blush and a nude lipstick or gloss

  15. Ava

    By itself it looks washed out on my eyelids. I use a nude, opaque eyeshadow primer to make the color pop. Then I used the dark teal shadow in the Chanel Regard Perle quad to further emphasize the green color.

  16. Cupcake888

    For work, I use it as a very very sheer wash on the lid, line my water line and 2 coats of mascara.

    For a night out, I user Mirifique as upper liner, thick and winged, and pack Epatant on the lower lash line, finish with lots and lots of mascara. On the lips I use a matte red lipstick so it’s strong but not over the top.