Makeup for Chanel Fall Winter 2016-17 fashion show included black eyeshadow to create a unique net pattern! Check out Chanel Backstage Beauty gallery!
Chanel Fall/Winter 2016-16 ready-to-wear collection was all about reinventing the classics, and bringing back the signature Chanel elements. The makeup, on the other hand, was right in tune with what we are loving in 2016. Black eyeshadow was used all over the lid creating a unique net pattern, going to the brows. A balmy nude lip was created to go with it with pale beige to creamy peach shades.
Chanel backstage beauty images were a treat to look at. Check out the look on Bella Hadid, who also walked the show:
The hair was decidedly plain – center parted and straight – which put all the emphasis on the hair accessories that included black and pearl hair pins, embellished pin designs and riding hats to go with most outfits.
Here are some more of Chanel Backstage Beauty images:
Loving this eyeshadow pattern that creates a mysterious look, drawing attention to the eyes!
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