For our most recent beauty story, we collaborated with photographer Lowri Cooper and make-up artist Ninni Nummela to create six beauty looks using Chanel Beauty products. The results include graphic monochromatic eyes, geometric red lips, an entire face of golden glitter, and more. Below, Nummela shares a step-by-step make-up tutorial on how to recreate each of the looks at home.

A step-by-step make-up guide to get the looks

Purple and orange eyes and cheeks 

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No.1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream, £84; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch, £51; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Blush in Deep Bronze, £42; Stylo Ombre et Contour eye pencil in Rouge Noir, £28; Ombre Première eyeshadow in Désert Rouge, £29; Les 4 Ombres eyeshadow in Tissé Camélia, £50; Le Volume de Chanel mascara in Écorces, £31; Rouge Allure L’Extrait lipstick in 812, £46. 

Step 1
Layering of colour paired with naturally radiant skin. Start by applying Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch in the areas you want to conceal: under the eyes, around the nose, on any blemishes or redness.

Step 2
To frame the eyes, smudge a coloured eye pencil along the lash lines with a layer of black mascara. Create depth and bring out the eye shape, by blending a warm apricot eyeshadow in the eye sockets.

Step 3
Apply a drop of Les Beiges Eau de Blush in Deep Apricot on the back of your hand and use a brush or your finger to first blend the pigment droplets together before applying to your cheeks. Eau de Blush gives you the most beautiful luminous finish. Apply a couple of layers to create more intensity of colour.

Step 4
Leave the lips bare with a layer of Rouge Coco baume in Dreamy White.

Phosphorescent skin and red lips

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No.1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream, £84; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch, £51; Les Beiges Bronzing Cream in Soleil Tan Bronze, £43; Baume Essentiel glow stick in Golden Light, £35; Crayon Sourcils eyebrow pencil in Noir Cendré, £23; Le Volume de Chanel mascara in Écorces, £31;Rouge Allure L’Extrait lipstick in 854, £46

Step 1
This look is all about radiance and luminosity, and is created using only cream-based products. Start by prepping the skin with No1 de Chanel Revitalising cream and blend Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch where coverage is needed. 

Step 2
To emphasise the bone structure, blend Les Beige Bronzing Cream right under the cheekbones, around the forehead and on the eyelids. To catch the light beautifully, dab some Baume Essentiel in Golden Light high on top of the cheekbones and at the centre of the eyelids.

Step 3
To frame the eyes, use a black eyebrow pencil to draw on a thin line along the top of the eyebrows.

Step 4
Stain the lips in a beautiful warm red using your fingers to apply. This will create a softer, more lived-in finish.

Geometric lips

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Touch, £51; Baume Essentiel glow stick in Golden Light, £35; Ombre Première Laque liquid eyeshadow in Lumière, £50; Rouge Allure L’Extrait lipstick in 852, £46

Step 1
For ultimate hydration and glow, prep the skin using No1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream and blend Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch where coverage is needed.

Step 2
For a healthy sunkissed radiance, dab some Baume Essentiel in Golden Light high on the cheeks and finish with a wash of Ombre Premiere Laque in Lumiere on the eyelids. 

Step 3 
The defined lips are the focus of this look. Use a high-intensity, slightly glossy textured lipstick and apply the colour using a precision lip brush to get the sharp edges.

Pink and purple smudged eyes 

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No.1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream, £84; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch, £51; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Blush in Deep Apricot, £42; Baume Essentiel glow stick in Golden Light, £35; Les Beiges Eyeshadow Palette in Warm, £50; Stylo Ombre et Contour eye pencil in Rouge Noir, £28; Le Volume de Chanel mascara in Écorces, £31; Rouge Coco Baume tinted lip balm in Dreamy White, £41

Step 1
Bring out any eye colour with Chanel’s signature shade, Rouge Noir. Smudge Stylo Ombre et Contour in Rouge Noir along top and bottom lash lines with lashings of black mascara.

Step 2 
To contrast the deep red and to catch the light, blend an iridescent pink all over the eyelids, down onto the cheekbones.

Step 3 
Keep the cheeks natural with a soft flush using Les Beiges Eau de Blush in Deep Bronze.

Monochromatic and graphic eyes 

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No.1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream, £84; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch, £51; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Blush in Light Pink, £42; Signature de Chanel eyeliner in Noir, £33; Le Volume de Chanel mascara in Écorces, £31; Crayon Sourcils eyebrow pencil in Noir Cendré, £23; Rouge Coco Baume tinted lip balm in Natural Charm, £32

Step 1
This monochromatic look uses delicate lines to accentuate the eyes. To achieve fine lines and precision, use the Signature de Chanel liquid pen liner. It’s very easy to use and easy to correct with the help of a cotton bud and some makeup remover in case you make any mistakes.

Step 2
To open up the eyes and to add definition, apply two layers of Le Volume de Chanel mascara in black.

Step 3
To define the eyebrows and to create a more graphic shape, use a black eyebrow pencil such as Crayon Sourcils in Noir Cendre.

Step 4
Leave the rest of the make-up bare, with minimal base and a natural blush to contour the cheekbones.

Glittering skin

Chanel beauty Glittering skin
No.1 de Chanel Revitalising Cream, £84; Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch, £51; Les Beiges Illuminating Oil for face, body and hair, £41; Ombre Première Laque liquid eyeshadow in Lumière, £29 All make-up by Chanel

Step 1 
This is about summer skin, radiance and subtle gold shimmer. Apply the Les Beiges Illuminating Oil for face, body and hair all over the face with Ombre Premiere Laque in Lumiere blended on the eyelids.

Step 2
To make this look more wearable, I would recommend perfecting the skin with Les Beiges Water-Fresh Complexion Touch and applying the oil on top of the cheekbones and on the eyelids to catch the light.

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