A Shimmering, Taupe & Coral Look featuring Chanel and Tom Ford

Posted by Christine


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About this Look

Here’s a quick look I put together for cheek color swatches as all my eye-related products for testing were a little too rich to work.
I figured that maybe it was time to try two of my favorite quads together for a very summery eye–the luminosity of the finishes in both quads always reminds me of summer.

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner lid: Nude Dip #2
  • Middle of lid: Nude Dip #3
  • Outer lid: Nude Dip #4
  • Crease: Empreinte du Desert #4
  • Above crease: Empreinte du Desert #1
  • Browbone: Empreinte du Desert #2
  • Lower lash line: Perversion, Empreinte du Desert #3, Empreinte du Desert #2
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Oh, Empreinte du Desert….I so love that quad and wish Chanel would re-release it because it’s such a stunner. I don’t have TF’s Nude Dip but if I stumble across it (when I’m ever at a Holt’s), I just might grab it though it’s quite “dupe-able” from everything I already have.

Oh, it’s dupable for sure – I think the only aspect that isn’t as “dupable” is just that the finish shares the same melty characteristic as the Chanel Empreinte du Desert formula – but they are just shimmery neutrals!

This is lovely! I loved your makeup tutorial photos fro m the other day. It makes me appreciate your looks even more because I notice more of the subtle color placement 🙂

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