Chanel makeup tutorial – Achievable Elegance

Chanel Makeup Tutorials

I love the Chanel makeup tutorial channel on Youtube for makeup application tips and seasonal direction. Even if you don’t use Chanel cosmetics, you can substitute with a dupe (or duplicate, a less expensive alternative, usually in cheaper looking packaging, but similar product) using the techniques.

I have found that the Chanel foundations are stunning, but as far as eye shadows go they are usually too shimmery from my eyes (I am 47 so the shimmer exaggerates my eyes). The Chanel Red Lipstick is an iconic addition for a makeup kit and is probably the one item that I’d buy over anything else. I love the sleek black tube, the textures available and the colour choices. There is a red for every skin tone.

Chanel makeup tutorial – Spring/Summer 2017

The Chanel makeup tutorial above is a little subtle for me, but looks lovely with the presenter’s skin tones and stunning Eurasian features. There are a lot of Causasian women on youtube.com so it is refreshing to see Chanel use a lady with a different ethnicity from many other high end brands. The lipstick she uses is more of a tinted balm, which suits people who prefer a subtle look, thus the name of the look “Subtle”.

Chanel Makeup Tutorial Spring Summer Collection 2017 Coco Codes Exclusive Creation Blush
Chanel Makeup Tutorial Spring Summer Collection 2017 Coco Codes Exclusive Creation Blush

CHANEL Makeup Looks: COLLECTION LIBRE 2016

 The above Chanel makeup tutorial is showcasing and achievable look. Minimal effort for a “just enough” effect. It’s a good marketing idea since some many personal  Youtube makeup tutorials can get a bit OTT with every product available applied at once and the women are generally younger,  whereas Chanel looks are fairly ageless.

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The Chanel makeup tutorial above is a little more adventurous, yet still simple and elegant in the Chanel brand style. In Sydney we have more of an Autumn than a Winter, so this look would be appriate for the Sydney cooler months June – August.

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