Beauty, Chanel, Makeup, Review
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I Need You, Arthur

I am no stranger to Chanel lipsticks. I do believe Mademoiselle, 05 Rouge Coco was my first ever high-end lipstick, and one that is still a staple in my collection. I adore Chanel for beauty, a reliable and firm favourite, my go-to when I need to add glamour into my afternoon!

Last week I picked up Arthur, 440, the first release from the new Rouge Coco collection, launching on March 15th. I am in love. I have never come across such a pigmented, long-lasting and hydrating lipstick, EVER. This is by far my new obsession, I love it!

Arthur is an orangey red shade, perfect for Spring/Summer. I pair it with another new launch from the Chanel Spring collection, Capucine, 92 lip liner. I find using a good lip liner with a bold colour will stop it from bleeding and make it even more long-lasting.

I’ve had so many compliments when I’ve been wearing Arthur, which has been non-stop this past week! I like to pair it with Tom Ford Cream colour in Platinum on the eye with lashings of Charlotte Tilbury mascara for a hint of glamorous shimmer, which really brings out the colour in the lipstick.

I have been reaching for Bobbi Brown Medium Brown Bronzer to bronze up my face and add a summer glow since there is an orange undertone in Arthur. I am absolutely obsessed with the shade and the new formula. Chanel have got it SO right, yet again! I cannot wait to pick up the rest later this month.

This is definitely one for your collection ladies! What can I say… I need you, Arthur.

Emily

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Chanel Rouge Coco, Arthur, 440 Β£26

Chanel Precision Lip Liner, Capucine, 92 Β£17.50

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8 Comments

  1. Laura says

    love this post, the lipstick and liner are a perfect match!! i might have to try it out for myself
    laura x

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    • Hey Lena! Thanks girl, it’s nice to be back, uni has been taking over my life haha! Yes definitely one to check out! Thanks doll, you too!! xxx Emily

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