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Affinite (65)
Skin Tone: Fair, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Neutral

At first, I was skeptical of this product, since I have had issues with cream blush in the past. After playing with this, I have become quite fond of it! The pigmentation is great, and it is really fun to experiment with. My good friend and Chanel makeup artist taught me a few neat tricks to making the best out of this blush, and since she has shared that, and I’ve done a little experimenting of my own, I can say this blush is worth the extra effort! I use the Chanel duo-fibre brush to apply this with, as well as my Real Techniques Stippling Brush, since the formula is cream and must be blended. As long as you use a very light hand with this product, it is very beautiful. I have used this product with and without a base and in both cases it has been great.

I took one star off, because of the fact that it’s not totally foolproof in terms of application, and you don’t exactly get very much for the money.

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Product Information

  • Availability: Permanent
  • Finish: Satin
  • Color: Fuchsia
  • Undertone: Cool

Temptalia Review

Chanel Affinite (65) Le Blush Creme de Chanel ($38.00 for 0.09 oz.) is described as an “intense blue pink.” It’s a brightened, medium pink with cool, blue undertones, and a saitn finish. Edward Bess Bed of Roses is a touch lighter, powder. NARS Mata Hari is darker, powder. NARS Angelika is lighter, bluer-based, powder. MAC Whole Lotta Love is a powder. MAC Weekend Getaway is slightly less blue-based. Bobbi Brown Pretty Pink is lighter, powder. See comparison swatches.

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