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No One Does Limited Edition Quite Like Chanel


Be still my beating heart for when I see something as pretty as the Chanel Entrelacs Eyeshadow Palette I have to have it. Launched as part of their autumn collection, and therefore not around for much longer, this is limited edition in it's finest. Chanel normally release a five or six shade palette around Christmas too but I always seem to miss it.

This time I got to a Chanel counter pretty quickly and for good reason as this is beautiful. There's a good mix of shimmery and matte shadows in the perfect neutral hues so you can be certain that you'll use them all. Good job when it's an expensive Chanel palette! The pattern on the shadows is absolutely gorgeous, almost too pretty to disturb. It's inspired by patterns of the stained glass windows of Abazine Abbey which are said to be quite dear to Gabrielle Chanel herself.


The Chanel Entrelacs Eyeshadow Palette comes with a couple of fairly okay double ended brushes which as usual I put to once side and then lost. To be honest you're always better using a proper brush than sponge applicators so I stick to my Zoeva brushes. The formula of the shadows is really lovely, lots of pigment and they blend beautifully. The range of colours means you can go for lots of gorgous day time looks or go all out an smoke things up for the evening. I've mainly been wearing it in the day, usually with a lighter colour all over the lid and one of the darker shades smudged into the crease for a bit of definition.


Given the Chanel Entrelacs Eyeshadow palette is limited edition it's not going to be around for too much longer. So if like me you've always wanted to get your hands on one and you're all for neutrals, I'd go for this little beaut.

Have you tried a Chanel eyeshadow palette before and will you be treating yourself to this one?


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