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Chanel’s 2008 summer collection includes a number of limited edition shades

June 23, 2008

Chanel’s 2008 summer collection includes a number of limited edition shades of “heat-basked sands, golden browns, sunset bronzes and an array of khakis” that work together to create an alluring getaway look. For the eyes, Chanel offers Ombre Essentielle Soft Touch Eyeshadow in new Khaki (sage green), Safari (stone brown) and limited-edition colors called Tigre (soft bronze) and Nomade (pink rose). Ombre d’Eay Fluid Iridescent Eyeshadow’s summer shade is a golden sand called Atoll. Eyes are completed with Inimitable Waterproof Mascara in limited-edition Emeraude, a jade green shade. For lips, Rouge Hydrabase crème lipsticks come in Leopard (golden coral) and Rose Flamingo (bright pink). Aqualumiere Sheer Colour Lipshine SPF 15 shades include Zanzibar (soft peach) and Mauritius (bronzed coral). For nails, Le Vernis nail color is being touted in new limited-edition shades of Antilope (frosted golden brown) and Flamingo (bright pink). More info: www.chanel.com
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