Sep 6, 2022

CHANEL Les 4 Ombres Tweed Comparison Swatches & Makeup Looks

Chanel Tweed Eyeshadows Comparisons

I love neutral eyeshadows and have many of them. When I decided on the 2 neutral palettes from the Chanel Les 4 Ombres Tweed Collection, I definitely knew I didn't need them. Or, did I. 

I guess it all comes down to how much difference you appreciate in makeup color and finish. In this case, it would also matter how big of a deal is to have this limited edition Tweed Collection for you. In any event, I wanted to be helpful so I pulled out some of my higher-end neutral eyeshadows and made comparison swatches for you as well as a couple of makeup looks with Tweed Cuivré and Tweed Brun et Rose quads.


01 Tweed Cuivre Comparisons

Chanel Tweed Cuivre comparison swatches
Both are excellent options and I feel they fill all my needs for luxurious warm neutral eye looks. To me, they are very different mainly due to the textural differences. The Guerlain is a baked talc-free formulation that feels more creamy and adheres closer to the skin. Tweed Cuivré is more of a densely pressed powder formula and had a glittery topper shade.


Chanel Tweed Cuivre comparison swatches
(Compared to Dior 5 Couleurs Atleier Doré)
The overall effects are similar but the Dior quint has lighter color payoffs and is a bit cooler in tones.


04 Tweed Brun et Rose Comparisons

Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose comparison swatches
(Compared to Chanel Tissé Rivoli)
To me, these are two very different cool neutral palettes. I'd still pick Tissé Rivoli over Tweed Brun et Rose because I just love the metallic mink-y taupe in it. However, the formula of the new Tweed quads is better than the existing Chanel quads.


Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose comparison swatches
(Compared to Chanel Mystic Eyes)
Again, they are very different. The shimmery gray shade clearly sets Mystic Eyes apart from Tweed Brun et Rose. I think I grabbed one of the last few of the Mystic Eyes quads and it is no longer available on the Chanel website. This formula is pre-reformulation and very dusty. I still like how subdued yet unique the color story is.


Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose comparison swatches
(Compared to Dior Soft Cashmere)
The Dior quint is still the reigning queen of my cool neutral eyeshadow collection. Having said that, I find Tweed Brun et Rose is easier to wear in a just-grab-and-apply kind of way.


Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose comparison swatches
(Compared to Suqqu Yuushakuyaku)
The Suqqu is a very close dupe for Tom Ford Nude Dip quad but minus that metallic sheen. I think the looks your get from these two are very similar since the Suqqu quad also has a subtle satin finish.


Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose comparison swatches
(Compared to Tom Ford Rose Topaz)
The Tom Ford has a very different cream-to-powder formulation but color-wise, I think these two are most similar to each other. I think they are equally good for subtly sophisticated neutral eye looks that are suitable for any occasion.


Makeup Look with 01 Tweed Cuivré

Chanel Tweed Cuivre makeup look
Chanel Les 4 Ombres Tweed (Tweed Cuivré)
Calligraphie de Chanel (Hyperblack)
Chanel Stylo Yeux WP (Bleu Carbone)
Chanel Joues Contraste (Rose Ruban)
Chanel Duo de Camélia Highlighter
Chanel Rouge Allure (Palpitante)

Chanel Tweed Cuivre makeup look

Chanel Tweed Cuivre makeup look


Makeup Look with 04 Tweed Brun et Rose

Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose makeup look
Chanel Les Beige Healthy Glow Foundation (BD01)
Chanel Les 4 Ombres Tweed (Tweed Brun et Rose)
Chanel Joues Contraste (Pink Explosion)
Chanel Stylo Yeux WP (Bleu Carbone)
Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss (Amuse-Bouche)

Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose makeup look

Chanel Tweed Brun et Rose makeup look


Thanks for being here. What are your thoughts? Do you think you need Chanel Tweed Eyeshadows in your collection?


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