Chanel to expand its men's makeup line
With the fashion world continuing to rip up the rule book when it comes to gender and champion androgynous and gender fluid expression, Chanel has taken it a step further with the expansion of its 'Boy de Chanel' makeup line for men.
Originally launched in 2018, the French powerhouse has decided to expand its men's makeup collection with the introduction of products that are aimed at subtly refining eyebrows, nails and complexion.
The expansion includes three new makeup products and one skincare product, including a fortifying moisturizing gel to protect the skin from dehydration and daily external irritations, a subtle concealer with an emulsifying texture to erase lack of sleep.
The collection also sees an eye pen to define, giving you the 'Johnny Depp look', and two shades of nail polish (natural and black) which have been embraced by Marc Jacobs, Harry Styles and Troye Sivan.
According to Chanel, the products are designed to hide signs of fatigue and mask imperfections while intensifying your look.
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