La Chanelphile

May 3, 2011

Chanel Beauté at the 2011 Costume Institute Gala

The fashion event of the year – the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala was last night and many beauties walked the red carpet adorned by Chanel Beauté. Each of the lovelies had very different looks which goes to show how versatile Chanel Beauté can be. You can create any kind of look you want. Here’s a breakdown of who wore what…

Click to see who wore Chanel Couture…


blake lively in chanel beaute at costume institute gala 2011Inspiration:
“Venus inspired, a sexy and naked look.”

Vivian first used CHANEL Sublimage Essential Revitalizing Concentrate to prepare Blake’s skin. Next, she lightly swiped CHANEL Vitalumière Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF 15 in Beige-Désert across her face and added Guerlain Terracotta Concealer 02.

On the apples of her cheeks, Vivian used Stila Petunia Blush and lightly brushed CHANEL Moisturizing Bronzing Powder in Terre Ambre over her nose, forehead and jawline. She then layered Becca Mermaid Shimmering Eyeshadow and the gold shade from the CHANEL Quadra Eyeshadow in Spices on the eye and finished with CHANEL Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir. The look was completed with CHANEL Rouge Allure Gloss in Genie and CHANEL Glossimer in Pensée.


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April 14, 2011

Tried and Tested: Rouge Coco Shine

chanel rouge coco shineOn Saturday I stopped by the Chanel boutique in San Francisco and I picked up some treats for myself (pics later in the week).  While I was there I tested out Rouge Coco Shine.  It’s really quite amazing.  It goes on as a lipstick, has the coverage of a lipstick, but the moisture and shininess of a lipgloss.  It’s like two products – lipstick and lipgloss – in one.  I tested a few colors and found that Deauville was probably the best for me since I like to keep things neutral.  In fact, most of the colors are pretty neutral and seem like they would flatter many people with different skin tones.  If you haven’t tried out Rouge Coco Shine I would definitely check it out.  You can find Rouge Coco Shine at Chanel makeup counters or on the Chanel website.

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March 1, 2011

Anne Hathaway’s 2011 Oscar Makeup

CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kate Lee was the beauty mastermind behind all nine of Anne Hathaway’s 2011 Oscar looks. From a bold, deep red lip on the red carpet to the perfect party makeup for the post-Oscar event, Anne looked flawless throughout the night. Please see below to find out how Kate created each look…

Red Carpet Look – Red Valentino Couture Archive Dress

Makeup Look: Thin black line with a defined socket and a deep rose lip stain
Foundation: CHANEL Vitalumiere Fluid Makeup in Limpide (used throughout show)
Concelear: Kanebo Brush Type Concealer in CB 1 Light (used throughout show)
Powder: Cle de Peau Loose Translucent powder (used throughout show)
Cheek: CHANEL Powder Blush in Fandango (used throughout the show). To define cheek bones – Kevyn Aucoin The Sculpting Powder in Medium
Eyes: Black line created with Bobbi Brown Long Wearing Gel Liner in Black Ink, socket defined with Illamasqua Powder Eye Shadow in Truth
Brow: Lightened eyebrows with Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel in Brunette and filled gaps in with Anastasia long wearing brow tint in Universal Dark
Lips: CHANEL Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Rivoli – applied then powdered to appear matte.

In between changes Kate Lee used By Terry Rose Salve to remove lip colors and keep lips fresh
90 Mins to change to first show look…

Show Look #1 – Givenchy Cream Dress with diamond details

Makeup Look: A bold line with a youthful lip
Eyes: Line thickened with Bobbi Brown Long Wearing Gel Liner in Black Ink. Diamante Lash clusters added – custom made by Kate Lee. Individual black diamante added by hand on top of the lashes.
Lip: Cle de Peau Lipstick in T1

7 mins to change to…

Show Look #2 – Lanvin Tuxedo

Makeup Look: A Sophia Loren style eyeliner under eye with a pale luminous lip
Eyes: Line added under eye with Bobbi Brown Cake Eye Liner in Black
Inside the eye lined with CHANEL Intense Eye Pencil in Clair, and continued outside outer eye corners to enhance the separation of upper and lower lash line.
Lips: CHANEL Rouge Coco Shine Lip Colour in Evasion

7 mins to change to…

Show Look #3 – Vivienne Westwood black and white gown

Makeup Look: A moist pink lip with bold mascara
Eyes: Add CHANEL Inimitable Waterproof Mascara Noir on bottom lashes
Lips: CHANEL Rouge Coco Shine Lip Colour in Romance

8 mins to change to…

Show Look #4 – Oscar de la Renta Metallic Fringe dress

Makeup Look: Warm Glowing lip
Lip: NARS Lipstick in Promiscuous
Eye: NARS Soft Shadow Pencil in Hollywoodland in the inner corner of the eye

17 mins to change to…

Show Look #5 – Atelier Versace Wine colored dress

Makeup Look: A subtle blushed glossy lip
Lip: NARS Lip Gloss in Belize

8 mins to change to…

Show Look #6 – Tom Ford Broken Mirror Dress

Makeup Look: Bold Bright Matte Lips
Eye: CHANEL Intense Eye Pencil in Noir added to inner upper and lower lids.
Lip: CHANEL Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Insolente

15 mins to change to…

Show Look #7 FINALE – Armani Prive reflective column dress

Makeup Look: Glossy Smokey Eye with a sexy nude lip
Eyes: Darkest charcoal color from the Ombres Perlees de CHANEL palette blended from lash line to socket and melted away before the brow bone. Black line inside eye refreshed.
Lips: Tom Ford Private Blend Lipstick in Blush Nude

Then the ladies drank a glass of champagne, patted one another on the back and…

Vanity Fair Oscar Party Look #8 – Return to Versace Atelier Dress

Makeup Look: Perfect Party Makeup
Eye: Added more CHANEL Intense Eye Pencil in Noir to the inside of the eye, and the a little more of the dark color from the Perlees palette, krept the color a little bit further outside the eye.
Lip: CHANEL Rouge Coco Shine Lip Colour in Boy

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