Monday 31 March 2014

Chanel Couture SS14 Make up | Tutorial

I've had this idea in my drafts for a while now and decided to actually do a post on it finally. I loved the make up from the Chanel Couture SS14 show, so pretty and quite wearable if you don't mind glitter! I think this would be quite good night out make up, although the glitter is quite a hassle to remove afterwards.


The overall look is very much centered on the eyes, the skin is made to look perfect and matte, with well groomed brows, and as far as I can tell nothing on the lips. I did the eyes first then followed with my normal foundation routine, as you do get quite a lot of glitter fall out with this look.

MAC Fluidline liner in backtrack, DUO false eyelash glue, Accessorize eye glitter

The liner they used on the models is fairly matte black so I went for a gel eyeliner instead of a liquid, you will also need eyelash glue to stick on the glitter and a glitter (they used a chunkier glitter at the show though) suitable for use around the eyes - check the label!


1) Apply a fairly thick line of eyeliner right into the corner of the eye, the flick doesn't need to be too sharp
2) Using a cotton bud dab a line of eyelash glue under the eye, meeting the eyeliner flick
3) Wait for the glue to begin to clear and go tacky, then dab on the glitter using a cotton bud


And finished! THis look is pretty quick and easy to do, you could even substitute different glitter colours to switch things up a bit. Have you guys noticed any fun beauty looks coming off the catwalks recently? xx


Unknown said...

looks so great for the spring. and they way you did it seems so easy :)


Hola Bambi said...

you are gorgeous, love this tutorial xxx

Ryli Ma said...

Cool tutorial! and I'm loving your pastel locks.

Ryli :)

Charlotte Clothier said...

I love everything on your blog its so beautiful and girly! <3

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