Chanel presented Eyes Collection 2017

In the Chanel’s new line of make-up, Eyes Collection 2017, we can see a real variety of colours and textures after a strong domination of red and blue colours in previous two collections.

Lucia Pica, the international Chanel’s designer for colour and makeup, set a clear motto for the upcoming autumn— “mix & match”. After the hot summer, textures and tones will overlap each other, creating incredible colour combinations and transitions.


The first product of the collection is the iconic for the brand Ombre Première, which this season will come out in two formats and textures. Cream shadows will be enclosed in a round case and presented in eight universal shades: from the classic beige and black to the burgundy-brick.

To create a light make-up with the effect of radiant, slightly damp eyelids, Lucia Pica suggested applying the product with your fingertips. Moreover, for a more saturated shade, designer suggested to use a convenient brush-applicator.

Face powder shadows will also be presented in mono format: they will be distinguished by a rectangular compact case, which is convenient to carry around in a cosmetic bag.

Furthermore, this collection can be collected forever, because it is absolutely impossible to stop the choice on one single colour. The collection consists of as much as 16 face powder shades colours for any occasions.

In addition, pink and brown colours from the collection do not look trite. In contrast, they create incredibly feminine and organic look.

Finally, bright turquoise, lavender and yellow also sound surprisingly restrained and delicate, as if hinting at boundless outlook experiments.

What else? Three new options of pencil Le Crayon Yeux for eyes –  in a rich purple, lilac and emerald hues.

There is no way Chanel forgot about eyebrows—a key accent in any make-up. To conclude your outlook, fix and give intensity to the eyebrows’ colour Lucia Pica suggested to use gel Le Gel Sourcils in a transparent, black or brown shades.

Abiodun Odusola

Creative Writer. Nature's Muse.

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