In her first episode of MTV’s “The View,” host Rachel Dratch noted that Chanel is known for their “chanel eyes,” which are described as “puffy, slightly raised, and quite unique.”
Chanel has long been known for producing high-end eyewears, but they’ve never been as eye-catching as these.
They also have a unique way of getting around the fact that they’re not made with real human skin.
“I think it’s important for us to talk about what we’re trying to achieve in our eyes,” Dratch said.
“And in our heads.”
But it’s not just the way Chanel looks that’s interesting.
Their eyewares are all made out of latex, which is basically a synthetic material that’s made to absorb light.
And they use latex to make some of their most expensive eyewash products.
And that latex is also used to make eyewashes for other brands like Chanel and Estee Lauder.
Dratch’s comments about Chanel’s latex are actually an extension of an interview she did earlier this year with Cosmopolitan magazine, in which she talked about the latex makeup used to get the look of a Chanel eye.
She said that when you’re wearing Chanel eyeglasses, “you’re basically wearing latex.”
That latex has a very specific texture that’s not always clear, and the only way to get it exactly right is to wear the eyeglass for a while.
It’s not until you’re in your own skin that you actually get the exact texture that Chanels latex uses.
The latex is actually made from latex made from the skin of a monkey.
Drach is a scientist and designer who has done work in the fields of materials science, nanotechnology, and synthetic biology.
She’s worked with scientists and companies like NASA, Google, and Apple to understand how their products work.
She has been working with the Chanel brand for nearly 25 years, and in this new episode she talks about her research into how latex works on our skin, and why we should care about how it’s used on our eyes.