Every Fall, Chanel comes up with the most exciting and breathtaking collection – to me at least. This July, Chanel will launch their Fall Makeup Collection, Illusion D’Ombre, in Singapore. Check out The Beauty Look Book for more information about the collection and her upcoming reviews.
I have been wanting to share this collection but was waiting for a date to when they will be released in Singapore and now that I have the date, I am ready to publish this post.
If the dark, smoldering grey lids ain’t giving you enough kick, I am sure the new Illusion D’Ombre will. They are eyeshadows with a creamy texture and are available in six drop dead gorgeous shades.
Accompanying the new cream eyeshadows pictured above, there will be Le Crayon Yeux Precision Eye Definer in Khaki Platine, Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eyeshadow in Prelude and Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Rose Ecrin.
For the lips, there is Le Crayon Lévres Precision Lip Definer in Coralline and Rose Cuivre, Lévres Scintillantes Glossimer in Pampille and Braise and Rouge Coco Hydrating Creme Lip Colour in Plumetis and Etole.
The collection wouldn’t have been complete without these three stunning Le Vernis Nail Colour in Graphite, Péridot and Quartz.
What do you think you will pick up from this collection?
Oh dear, I want everything but I am particularly interested in the Illusion D’Ombre – still deciding which colours to get but got to try out the texture. And the Le Vernis are so pretty – totally my type of colours. Am thinking of the quad and blush too. I am seriously in a big trouble.
Having said that, I haven’t mention the date of release yet have I?
The Chanel Illusion D’Ombre Makeup Collection For Fall 2011 is said to launch in Singapore on the 29 July. I am not sure if it’s going to be launched exclusively at certain areas yet but at least we have a rough date in hand. Could be released earlier due to promotions or later due to shipment so fingers crossed shall we?
UPDATE 15 July 2011 – Received news that this collection will launch exclusively at ION Orchard on 22 July 2011.
Thank you for reading.