Chanel added a brand new product to their No 1 de Chanel skincare line with three shades of the No 1 de Chanel Skin Enhancers ($60 every for 1 fl oz). These are radiant illuminators that mix skincare and tint in a single. The No 1 de Chanel Pores and skin Enhancers comprise the Crimson Camellia Extract and Crimson Camellia Oil that are supposed to assist revive and shield the pores and skin.
These will be worn on their very own throughout or as a primer beneath basis. The three shades have a medium texture consistency – not liquid/fluid however not tremendous thick like a cream. They do have a hydrating really feel and slightly goes a great distance so that you don’t want rather a lot.
I’ve performed with these just a few methods. The shimmer is okay sufficient that I can apply everywhere in the face rather than basis for an throughout glow. If I set with a superb medium protection powder on high just like the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder or Chantecaille Compact Makeup the result’s a naturally radiant glow from inside sort of look, virtually like contemporary pores and skin that’s softly powdered.
I additionally like utilizing as a primer beneath basis or combined in with basis for slightly extra glow.
There are three shades, Soft Pink is a pearly delicate peachy pink, Medium Coral is a peachy shade, Intense Amber is a really heat golden amber shimmer. On my pores and skin tone which is a Chanel B40/BD41/B50/BD51 I can use both Mushy Pink or Medium Coral on their very own. I additionally like the 2 combined.
Components is simple to mix and work into the pores and skin with fingers. One pump is greater than sufficient for me to cowl my complete face. These are pure in end however have extra protection with a thicker texture than the Chanel Les Beiges Sheer Healthy Glow Highlighting Fluid or Fluid Enlumineur.
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There are many complexion enhancers out proper now and for the same end, I’d say the Elf Halo Glow Liquid Filter is essentially the most related in the way in which it appears to be like on the pores and skin. In fact the formulation and shades are utterly totally different, however for a glow product I can put on everywhere in the face by itself with out wanting like a disco ball, I really feel these are related. The Elf product is primarily make-up and the shades are nearer to pores and skin tone shades whereas the Chanel is noticeably extra hydrating and the colours work to virtually brighten the pores and skin with the pink and peach tones.
Backside line: love. I didn’t count on to like these as a lot as I do since I already am a die-hard fan of the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter and Elf Halo Glow Liquid Filter. Each of these are available in pores and skin tones so I wasn’t positive I would really like the No 1 de Chanel Pores and skin Enhancers because the colours aren’t actually pores and skin tones.
The Chanel has a stupendous luxurious really feel and provides a delicate radiance to the pores and skin. The tint within the base provides extra life to the pores and skin by including some heat. I’ll say that when you have tremendous oily pores and skin these could also be too hydrating for you.
Have you ever tried these? What’s your favourite complexion enhancer nowadays?