Hey you all :)
Today was a second time when i used ( better to say tested or tried out)
new CHANEL PERFECTION LUMIER
This is how it looks:
This is what CHANEL tells: Effortless to apply, with seamless blendability for a naturally flawless effect, this breakthrough foundation is the ideal all-day, everyday formula – suitable for all skin types in a diverse range of 20 shades.
This is what I Say: Smells really nice ( seriously) , quite thick coverage - won't say that the coverage is natural looking. Better suits for evenings and photos or occasions when u need to hide all skin imperfections. Blends well with round flat foundation brush, my dry skin takes this foundation very well (no dry spots) - used 2 times( weared all day ), mat finish, not greasy ( oil free). I will say that i like it a lot, but not for a day time use. Maybe it's just me who likes a bit more natural looking skin at a day time.
SO HERE ARE PICTURES WITH ME ( ABOUT THE FIRST ONE YOU CAN LAUGH ) ITS SO FUNNY, BUT I DONT HAVE OTHER TO SHOW U THE DIFFERENCE.
WITH FOUNDATION < - - > WITHOUT FOUNDATION
All face with foundation, no make up
and with make up.
& this is taken outside on the street
Here are some other reviews that i found as well fair :)
I really wanted to fall in love with this foundation. The first week I used it, I absolute loved it. Great coverage, good color match, controlled my oily t zone without powder, but sadly just like everyone else says, it sinks into my pores and makes my skin look much more mature than it really is. This foundation is also really high maintenance to apply, you have to blend like crazy. I have tried applying it with several brushes and it looks streaky. You have to use your fingers. Even a damp sponge doesn't blend it well. For the price, I am less than impressed. It is a good foundation for special occasions, but it does break me out so I don't wear it everyday. It is also medium to full coverage which I found surprising. I was actually looking for a light to medium coverage foundation and I found this to be a little on the thicker side. It does make my skin look nice, but it also makes me look obviously made up. I prefer more natural looking foundations.
Thanks for reading :)