Chanel Lumiere Et Opulence Eyeshadow Look
About this Look
Here’s a look using the new Chanel Lumiere et Opulence quad!
- Inner tearduct: Lumiere et Opulence #2
- Inner lid: Lumiere et Opulence #2
- Middle of lid: Lumiere et Opulence #3
- Outer lid: Lumiere et Opulence #1
- Crease: Lumiere et Opulence #4
- Above crease: Lumiere et Opulence #2
- Browbone: Lumiere et Opulence #2
- Lower lash line: Khaki Intense, Grandeur (inner), Pourpre Brun (outer)
- Cheeks: Rising Star, Metal Peach
- Lips: Menagerie
Les 4 Ombres Multi-Effect Quadra Eyeshadow Chanel Lumiere et Opulence #2
Multi-Effect Eyeshadow Chanel Lumiere et Opulence #3
Multi-Effect Eyeshadow Chanel Lumiere et Opulence #1
Multi-Effect Eyeshadow Chanel Lumiere et Opulence #4
Multi-Effect Eyeshadow Chanel Khaki Intense (951)
Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner Chanel Grandeur (56)
Ombre Premiere Longwear Powder Eyeshadow Chanel Pourpre Brun (58)
Ombre Premiere Longwear Powder Eyeshadow Too Faced Ivory
Born This Way Too Faced Almond
Born This Way Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder MAC Rising Star
Opalescent Highlighter Chanel Metal Peach
Illuminating Powder ColourPop Menagerie
Ultra Glossy Lip
Love the look, LOVE that you only used the 4 shadows in the palette (I feel like a broken record, but I get exhausted just thinking about using 10 different shadows… plus when you’re copying an eye look using dupes, it can require finding 5 to 10 separate palettes!).
So… this will take you back: I’ve adored the shade #1 since October of 2012, when you posted this review: “Giorgio Armani #24 Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow Review, Photos, Swatches”. It included a beautiful, simple look with the featured shade, Burberry Trench, and (I think) UD Half-Baked eyeliner on your lower lashline. I then not only copied it multiple times but also sought out that color in what I owned and new palettes/collections for years, simply based on that one swatch and what you did with the shadow.
Yep, 7 full years of loving what you so aptly describe as “is a blackened olive with olive gold and soft copper shimmer [that] kind of looks green at certain angles.” Thanks to you!
I’m not someone to do an eye look with 7 different shadows – three is usually the most I’m likely to use. Will autumn approaching, I took this palette out today and thought I’d come here to see what looks there were. This look you did, Christine, is exactly my aesthetic and I think I’ll wear it this evening (have an extended family event to attend) – it will be perfect. Thanks, as always, for the detailed guideline!
Thank you, Mariella!