LES 4 OMBRES eyeshadow palettes feature a vibrant, pigment-rich formula in four tones inspired by threads of CHANEL tweed. With a spectrum of shade combinations and finishes that range from matte to satin to shimmer for endless eye makeup looks. Each easy-to-wear compact offers endless possibilities, with two medium tones to colour and contour, a deep shadow to intensify and a light shade to highlight. Pure, long-lasting pigments ensure an intense colour effect while the soft, smooth texture allows for effortless application.
2 Written Reviews
By Cookie 4 years ago.
This was my 1st Chanel quad. I did a blind buy based off of a popular makeup reviewing site (I don't know if it's okay to mention its name here). Hi, this is my first post! I love the buttery high quality of these e/s I wear them frequently (when I'm not wearing Chanel Entrelacs quint or 1 of my 2 Illusion d'Ombré e/s ..... My collection is small of Chanel!). These are the best shadows ever for me. I'm NC20 LLL light brown hair grey eyes rimless glasses. These are neutral enough for all skin tones, aren't too sheer, blend like a dream, don't crease w UDPP. I still like my UD/MAC shadows but I'm reaching for this & my other Chanel products the most. They are a luxury brand to me so ur really getting ur $$$ worth for these shadows they are def splurge worthy! I highly rec'd this quad. It is so versatile u can go from day-to-night easily casual or some fancy occasion. Chanel makes such beautiful unique colors! Undupeable! Run don't walk to your nearest Chanel counter! I'm an enabler--you need this :-)
By Mariella 5 years ago.
This is another in a long line of "Christine made me buy it" colour cosmetics. I first discovered the new "Tisse" shadows here at Temptalia and, after purchasing and totally loving Tisse Gabrielle, I treated myself to Tisse Rivoli. These 4 lovely shades on a brown theme are not so warm that I have a hard time wearing them. They are versatile, flattering and the texture is lovely. While they're not intensely pigmented, the colours are easily buildable. And I've found that the tiny applicators that come with these quads aren't sponge-tipped; they're more like cotton flannel and, surprisingly, they do a really good job of applying the shadows. They work even better than brushes do. Like I say, it was quite a surprise and I'm glad I didn't toss these, which is what I usually do with the tiny "sponge tipped" applicators that come with eye shadows.