Noir et Blanc de Chanel FW 2019 Makeup Collection
For Fall-Winter 2019, Lucia Pica explores and reinterprets black and white, the ultimate symbolic colors of CHANEL. The Global Creative Makeup and Color Designer of Chanel created a stylized and sumptuous beauty collection, Noir et Blanc de Chanel.
“Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute.
It is perfect harmony.” Gabrielle Chanel
Le Gel Pailleté
Transmuted into a gel, both silken and sparkling, light is caught and reflected by the wearer veiled in LE GEL PAILLETÉ. Here, nourished and highlighted by this rich formulation, the wearer embraces a heady world of twilight shimmer for the face and décolleté. © Chanel.
Stylo Yeux Waterproof
White and Black are at their most literal and purposeful in the STYLO YEUX WATERPROOF. Here, the Blanc Graphique is in contrast against the classic Noir Intense, a brightening and refreshing white liner against the deep and penetrating black. © Chanel
Les 4 Ombres
LES 4 OMBRES eyeshadow palette is revived this season, with more sumptuous pigmentation and diffusion. Here, in the Noir Suprême palette, the rich, complementary browns of early black-and-white photography are velvety, warm and seductive. Modern Glamour, the sister palette, deals with more sparkling, contrasting tones of the silver print, where chilly whites and satin greys contrast against intense black matte. © Chanel.
Ombre Première Top Coat
OMBRE PREMIÈRE TOP COAT features sumptuous yet subtle shine, a glamorous outer layer, to apply on more familiar contrasting textures and colors. Here, the Pénombre is a luminous black with gold reflections, while Carte Blanche, its inverted twin, white with silver sparkle. © Chanel
Rouge Coco Gloss
For the ROUGE COCO GLOSS, Laque Noire, a deep black cherry slicks the lips with a high and rich shine. Crystal Clear is the counterpart, a transparent topcoat redolent with subtle sparkle. © Chanel
Noir et Blanc Le Vernis
“Noir” and “Blanc,” the purity of absolutes. For nails, the optic white and intense black betray no compromise on their opacity. © Chanel.