Chanel Ombre Premiere Longwear Eyeshadows – It is a smooth textured powder shadow that provides an even and long-lasting colour. It is available in 16 richly-pigmented shades. The shades consist of matte, satin and metallic finishes. It also includes a sponge applier that we can use for shading and a brush applier for combining. You can wear the shades alone or can blend and match them to form your shades. If you want more intense results, a custom colour looks, or a long-lasting shade, apply a layer on the ombre premiere long-wear cream eyeshadow.
Chanel Ombre Première Longwear Cream Eyeshadow – It is a smooth-texture cream shadow that glides on easily to leave a stylish satin finish. It is available in eight multipurpose, long-wearing shades, from soft nudes and pinks to steely blacks. It consists of a round brush for optimal application.
You can apply this easy-to-wear formula with your fingertips. For the utmost ideal application, use the accompanying brush applier or Retractable Dual-Tip Eyeshadow Brush. Apply it alone or blend and match to create your shades. For a custom colour look and a lasting, more penetrating result, apply Before Ombre Première Longwear Powder Eyeshadow.
This smooth-textured cream shadow glides on easily to leave a stylish satin finish. It comes in long-wearing shades from delicate nudes and pinks to steely blacks and comprises a rounded brush for the best application.
How to use: You can apply this easy-to-wear formula with your fingertips. Use the additional brush applicator or an eyeshadow brush for perfect application. Wear alone or blend and match to create your shades.
Chanel Ombre Premiere Longwear Eyeshadows – Product
It is a soft-textured powder eyeshadow that carries even, long-wearing colour in luxuriously pigmented shades with matte, satin or metallic finishes. It comprises a sponge applier for shading and a brush applier for blending.
Chanel Ombre Premiere Longwear Eyeshadows – Composition
A high concentration of ultra-pure pigment ensures a penetrating and vibrant effect that lasts all day. Chanel is one of the best makeup brands. It’s forever classic and modern and has brilliant value. Chanel just released a new line of eyeshadow singles named Ombre Premiere.
The Ombre Premiere is a tougher, denser, drier more pigmented formula than Illusion d’Ombre. It has a satin finish that continues all day. The durability is amazing on these. In hot or humid temperatures also, these hold up like a champ in the summer weather. No fading or creasing for 12-16 hour day.
The drier formula increases the durability, and there’s no wrinkling. The illusion d’Ombre wrinkly after 6 hours. Though, the drier formula means it sets quickly. Once it sets, it’s decent to go for the day.
Chanel Ombre Premiere Longwear Eyeshadows – Description
Top to Bottom: Flesh, Bronze Antique, Talpa, Undertone, Silver Pink, Terre Brulee: Compared with Top to Bottom: Silver Pink, Tom Ford Platinum, Undertone, Terre Brulee, Tom Ford Spice(Chanel is much drier, denser and harder than Tom Ford, which is moist and mousse-like in texture): Compared with Top to Bottom: Talpa, Natasha Denona Satin Tan & Smoky Quartz, SUQQU Designing Eyes Taupe from 01, Surratt Zibeline:
We can blend and wear two shades of cream shadow. We can mix it; hence it requires some effort. These don’t effortlessly blend. You can add layers with these to get more intensity; work quickly.
In all three shades(above top to bottom): 10 Flesh, 14 Talpa, and 32 Bronze Antique, the powder formula is thin and finely milled. It’s a little drier, but it’s not powdery. It’s moderately pigmented and also applies smoothly. These used alone do crease a bit. However,they did fade some after a 12-hour day and had some creasing even over an eye primer.
The flesh is a shimmery, light warm pink. Talpa is a shimmery taupe. It’s a touch cooler than Silver Pink. Bronze Antique is a light shimmery, cooler bronze. It appears more like dirty gold than bronze. Bronze Antique is thinner and sparkler than the other two shades. It was also a touch drier and sheerer. It was slightly different in texture.
Overall we could do without the powder shades. They were OK, but nothing stood out on them. They felt average. It’s also because the powder shades felt limited in the shades available. None of the shades were the type-shimmery medium nudes. The cream shadows stand out of the collection, with Silver Pink, in particular, being the top pick.