Here’s How to Get Noir Lips for Fall, Courtesy of Chanel

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When the cooler months finally come, everything changes: our appetite for carbs (we blame the holidays), our clothes, our skincare routines, and especially and most visibly, our makeup routines. Fall/winter is the perfect time to add drama and darker hues to your eyes and lips, echoing the seasonal changes we see in our wardrobes and more tolerable temperatures outside. Chanel’s ‘Noir et Blanc de Chanel’ collection takes the “black” and “white” codes of the house, as interpreted by Global Creative Makeup and Color Designer Lucia Pica, and translates them into products that capture the season in a modern way. 

In the exclusive makeup tutorial above, starring influencer Lana Qatramiz, we’re treated to a closer look at how her glowing skin, cat-eye flick, and noir lip look comes together. If you’re in search of beauty inspiration or looking for a cool way to wear the ‘Noir et Blanc de Chanel’ collection, you’ve come to the right place.


Credits:
Videographer Tiago Dias Editor-in-Chief Haleh Nia Fashion and Beauty Director Grace Gordon Beauty Editor Frankie Rozwadowska Senior Producer Maria Popova Stylist Celia-Jane Ukwenya Styling Assistant Leen Kassab Makeup Artist Toni Malt at Things By People Hair Stylist Betty Bee at MMG Model Lana Qatramiz 

Special Thanks to Serenia Residences – The Palm


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