Chanel Spring Makeup Collection 2011 Les Perles de Chanel Collection for Spring 2011
Happy Holidays from Chanel as they introduce the Les Perles de Chanel Collection for Spring 2011. Granted, you can’t lay your greedy, grubby hands on it until January but think of it as a tempting little teasing gift for the Holidays from your friends at Chanel.
Plus, hey, now you can go through that Holiday wish list and start ticking off the people you really don’t have to buy a gift for so you can save some money for the collection. Kiddin’, kiddin’, don’t go knocking your dear old mum off your Holiday list just because you want to indulge in Chanel Spring 2011, be nice now!
Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel believed the light-reflecting property of pearls enhanced a woman’s natural beauty by bringing a delicate luminosity to her skin. Peter Philips, Global Creative Director of CHANEL Makeup, captures this quality in a radiant Spring 2011 Collection, Les Perles de Chanel Collection. Pearlized shades of black and white are accented with pinks and corals, brightening the complexion and creating a natural glow. Not to be outshone, nail shades extend the trend.
Chanel Ombres Perlees de Chanel ($65.00) (Limited Edition)
White pearl, Pink, Deep Purple, Green-Grey, Black Pearl
Chanel Les 4 Ombres ($56.00)
Regard Perle Deep green, rose, beige, ivory
Chanel Le Crayon Yeux ($28.00)
Gris Scintillant Shimmering (grey)
Chanel Joues Contraste ($42.00)
Chanel Poudre Universelle Compact ($44.00)
Rose Merveille Rose (beige) (Limited Edition)
Chanel Rouge Coco ($30.00)
- Peregrina Peach
- Jersey Rose Rosewood
Chanel Rouge Allure ($30.00)
- Coquette Rose
- Flamboyante Intense pink
Chanel Glossimer ($27.00)
- Aragonite Iridescent white
- Nakkar Raspberry
Chanel Rouge Double Intensite ($34.00) (Limited Edition)
- Cristal Rose Rose Beige
Chanel Le Crayon Levres ($28.00)
- Peche Peach
- Framboise Raspberry
Chanel Le Vernis ($23.00)
- Pearl Drop White
- Peche Nacree Peach
- Black Pearl Black
Les Perles de Chanel Collection will be available in January from Chanel.com and Chanel counters.
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