Warm Tones With Chanel Cream Eyeshadow Sticks and Rouge Coco Lipsticks, and a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ?
Wouldn’t it be just grand if every decision were only as complex as what lipstick to wear for the day!? Adulting is hard, man! Oh, well…
This week I’ve been working on the flooring project I talked about, which means trying to figure out when to start it, what material to use, whom to hire, how to test our existing tiles for asbestos since the home was built in the 1970s, figuring out how to remove the old carpet, whether we can coordinate the project to coincide with some repairs we have to do, which may or may not require us all to temporarily live someplace else with our cat while the work is done, which has been…challenging, but at least I figured out what lipstick to wear for the day! 🙂 That was easy, peasy, lemon squeezy compared to asbestos testing (OMG).
Yesterday I had the best time trying to figure out which of these Chanel Rouge Coco Lipsticks to wear… I mean, the orangey red shade is obviously fun and fierce and shiny. It sings “Spring is here!” Unsurprisingly, I also love the nude beige pink, which looks so elegant and sophisticated! They both have their own cool vibe.
Ultimately, I went with the orangey red because I needed some “lipstick armor” to get through the day, but which one do you prefer?
Oh! — I’m wearing cream shadow in this look because these ones from Chanel are awesome. I’ve also been on a cream shadow kick. These double as shadows and liners, and, in case you’re wondering, yes, they’re comfortable on the waterline. Not drying at all! I’m wearing a matte light brown called Contour Clair on my lids and matte dark brown Rouge Noir on my lash and water lines.
I blended out the edges of the lighter brown with what I *thoughtwas a clean blending brush, so I was surprised when — whoops! — orangey brown appeared in my crease. Turns out I forgot I had used this particular brush with the UD Naked Wild West Palette, and it had some leftover matte brown in the bristles. I actually ended up liking how it turned out though!
Don’t ya just love fortuitous makeup accidents?
By the way, happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘️? Connor Claire and I painted our nails green this morning to celebrate. She’s part Irish on El Hub’s side.
I was going to make corned beef and cabbage in the Instant Pot, but eh…I might just make a Whole Food’s Frozen Cheese Pizza with some green broccoli on it instead! ?
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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Other than the super long, complicated name, I love Chanel Stylo Ombre Et Contour Eyeshadow-Liner-Khols. I sometimes wish they came in more colors. But then I’d be broke. I love Coco on your lips. Adrienne somehow makes me look like a corpse. Not the correct undertone I guess.
I still need to find Chanel Malice blush. I think I’ll treat myself when I’m finally able to get my vaccine.
Happy St. Pat’s!
I love your posts! They are so informative.
Without looking at my stash I know I have Contour Clair and Electric Brown. I would like Nude Eclat and Beige Perlé as well. There’s also the Boy de Chanel 3-in-1 eye pencil that looks similar and I’d like that one in Navy.
No idea when I can get a vaccine. There seems to be a huge shortage of them for this county. I was hoping Dear Daughter and Dear Husband could each get theirs before they set out for the cross country trip to move her to NYC.
Happy St Patrick’s Day Karen from Dublin!!!
Regarding asbestos in homes the best advice is not to test it yourself or try and remove it, but record where it is and floor over it so it is not exposed. I work in an old building with asbestos and the safest thing is to let it be. Xxx
I prefer the orangey-red, but that surely doesn´t surprise anyone.
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