Discover the Chanel Makeup collection Autumn 2015 Winter 2016, read its review and get ideas for New Years Eve party makeup!

Hey gorgeous! New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and if you’re looking for hot n sexy makeup looks for the party, let’s start here!! Actually let’s start at my earlier article 7 Best Eye Makeup Looks for December 2015. Anyhooo, Chanel’s Autumn Winter 2015 2016 makeup collection is our latest crush.

It’s Fall foliage inspired with rusts, reds, and marsala-ish hues that are super hot and trendy right now! With shimmery eye shadows, gorgeous lipstick and lip gloss shades and eye liners in four different colors, the possibilities are endless for this NYE party! Check out the look from the campaign:
chanel-makeup-fall-autumn-2015-winter-2016-shimmer-party-smokey-eye-look-beauty-ideas-best-topI love these shimmery blush and eye shadow colors that are rosy but also sort of deep for the Winter season.

chanel-makeup-eyeshadow-palette-fall-autumn-2015-winter-2016-shimmer-collectionDeep olive, sort of moss colored eye-shadow paired with deep brown and blush colors make up an interesting palette.


As for the lipsticks, I love the reds. I’m not a big fan of brown shades, but I’ll give it a try this time! And see how it looks on me!!chanel-makeup-lipstick-shades-fall-autumn-2015-winter-2016-holiday-collection

As for me, I got some of these, using which I’m gonna create a sexy new makeup look as a trial for new Year’s Eve party. I’ll post it soon! Yay, I’m so excited to try these!! chanel-makeup-fall-autumn-2015-winter-2016-collection-review

So that was Chanel makeup collection AW 2015 2016. Which one are you excited to try? Do you already have any of these? Lemme know below! 🙂 XOXO

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