How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes

How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes
Love the stunning eyes at Chanel's recent Paris couture show? So did I.

Chanel has done the impossible — they've made wearing a veritable rainbow's worth of eye colours on your lid look impossibly chic instead of clownish. Makeup maestro Tom Pecheux, who works on all of Chanel's runway shows outdid himself by creating an eye look that was like a (controlled) rainbow explosion on the lids. One touch we especially loved was the drop of liquid red on the inner tear duct that really gave this look that pop.

How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes

The eye makeup was created using a combination of Ombre Première shades from the brand's 2017 Eyes Collection. The colours used included Blue Jean, a dramatic, cerulean blue smudged under the lower lid, Verde, a deep green used near the inner eyebrow on the browbone and Désert Rouge, a burnt red shadow worn on the lid. To add even more highlight to the look, the makeup team added the bright gold shade Poudre d'Or at the corner of the lower lid for some of the models. Being a couture makeup look, it's likely some non-commercial products were used to get this dramatic look — as we also noted a shade of almost crayola orange smudged on the browbone that is not among Chanel's makeup offerings. Similarly you might have to improvise to get that liquid red smear — using waterproof face paint or some other creative makeup product to get that effect.

How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes

How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes

The eye look was completed with two kinds of Chanel mascara — Le Volume de Chanel and Stylo Yeux Waterproof, to give lashes extra oomph so it doesn't disappear under all that colour. Not to be forgotten, the brows were defined with the Stylo Sourcils Waterproof and swept upwards and in place with the Le Gel Sourcils brow mascara. Remember that brows do frame the look, so whether they're groomed to within an inch of their life or deliberately unkempt, make sure they are matched to your makeup look. The skin was kept velvety and soft with only the face palette from the fall/winter makeup collection adding a touch of almost indiscernible definition on the cheeks. Finally lips were slicked with the Rouge Coco lipstick in Daylight.

How to Create Chanel's Paris Couture Show Technicolor Eyes

Makeup lesson: If you're going crazy on the eyes, practice restraint on the rest of the face

xoxo, Blair



26 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Omg. Sooo pretty! I'm not expert in eyeshadow application but I will practice.

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    1. Me too! Let's practice to perfection!
      This eyeshadow reminds me of European style painting :)

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  2. I love how classy this style looks, looks fresh and natural can't get any better! Great tips and great post keep them coming.

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  3. Now that is so pretty - I would love to be able to do eye popping eye makeup like this.

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  4. This is so amazingly beautiful! Love it! Stylish eye shadow!

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  5. WOW this is so pretty! I love the red dot they added in the corner of the eyes. So special!

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  6. I like the nude colour for the lipstick. The eye colour too sharp to me.

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    1. Too feisty?
      But perfect for Halloween season :)

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  7. I always have a hard time putting on eyeshadows. Gosh!!! love their creation. gorgeous!

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    1. I agree. Am actually studying it and maybe I could wear the same during parties :)

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  8. I can never understand how thick eye makeup always look so nice on the model but when I apply it it makes me look like a clown

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  9. My gosh, looks very striking on the models. However, I think the look only works for women who have fair skin. Don't you think so, too?

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    1. The colors will pop-out on fair skin, however, if we follow the same technique and change the colors, we can also wear it even we have that brown skin.

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  10. It looks great on runway - I don't think it would look as good for a walk in Bintang Walk hehe

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    1. LOL I can imagine.. Okay even walking in the high street would be a little awkward. Unless the party says dressing up :)

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  11. what a lovely makeup here! I wish I could master that skill

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    1. That's why I have huge respect with MUA. They are the modern Picasso :)

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  12. That Makeup is amazingly done! I think I will screw it haha and looks all mess around XD

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  13. Wow! this is so gorgeous! Its going to take hours to putt this looks together.

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