Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Project Revamp

If you could revamp Chanel Glossimers, what would you change? What would you keep the same? How would you make it an even better product?

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8 thoughts on “Project Revamp: Chanel Glossimers

  1. Shefali

    I’d make them less expensive.

  2. Katherine

    I’d add some darker and warmer colors. There are so many without much pigmentation and a lot of cooler colors compared to warm. They used to have some awesome brights like Lollipop, Electric, Erotic… wish they’d bring some of this intensity back. How about a bright, rich coral like Shine Manish??!! At least they have a great pigmented red for holiday.

  3. Tekoa

    I’d also make them less expensive. Then I might be able to afford to try one!

  4. Rebecca

    I agree that they discontinued some old shades that were awesome! …And I am tired of the sales ladies at my 3 local department store telling me about the new ‘more sheer’ color ones for the past year (AQUALUMI

  5. Melissa

    I agree with everyone above. They used to have a great select of colors, bright, dark, glittery, and now it is the same old same old. Not to mention they have about 4 or 5 of them that look the same, just a little less or more shimmer.

  6. Ruth

    I would have more pigmentation and lower price. I do love Glossimers just as they are though !

  7. I’d replace the sponge-tipped applicator with a brush, making it easier to put on top of highly pigmented lipsticks.