Cold weather blues got you down? Don’t fret! Chanel is coming to the rescue with their new Fall/Winter 2017 Collection! Inspired by Chanel’s Global Creative Makeup and Colour Designer, Lucia Pica’s Californian Road Trip, the collection features muted colours sure to be the perfect compliment to your fall wardrobe.

The new collection boasts three Palette Essentielle’s which include a concealer, highlight and blusher. They are perfect for your purse or travel bag and allow you to totally perk up your look with a quick dab of each. This is a cream palette so you’ll want to be sure to use their retractable dual-tip concealer brush or their dual-head face brush blush/highlighter, both of which come packaged perfectly to take on the go. You can also use a blending brush, finger-tips or even a makeup sponge to apply this product.

Next up are the two eye shadow quads. Each shade looks amazing on its own, but even better when you layer them. There also are two Ombre Première Longwear cream eyeshadows, six waterproof eyebrow pencils and one superior liquid liner to give your eyes added definition.

For the lips, there are two new shades of Rouge Allure Ink, as well as two new Rouge Allure Velvet lipsticks and two Rouge Coco, each named after a different part of Lucia’s trip. Our personal fave is  Rouge Allure Velvet in Nightfall which the perfect classic red to rock pretty much anytime. Nightfall and the rest of the shades can be worn lightly during the day or more heavily at night in their signature matte to glossy finishes, sure to brighten your complexion during the fall and winter seasons.

For the nails, because Chanel never forget’s about our fingertips, there are two new shades: Horizon and New Dawn, both of which we’re already wearing on repeat. They are quite possibly the perfect muted, kind-of-pale tones that will pair well with any outfit for fall or winter.

Take a closer look at the The Travel Diary collection below, which is available at Sephora, Hudson’s Bay, Holt Renfrew and Nordstrom Stores now.

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