Chanel Or Blanc Le Signe du Lion Illuminating Powder ($70.00 for 0.31 oz.) is a pale, white gold with subtle, cooler undertones and a luminous sheen. The finish wasn’t quite metallic but was definitely shiny and noticeable on the skin. It had a smooth, moderately dense texture–the type that is firm, doesn’t kick up excess product, but is still easy to pickup product using a brush, even less dense ones. The powder yielded semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation in one layer but could easily be used with a lighter hand for a sheerer application. On me, it wore well for eight and a half hours before fading noticeably.
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