Chanel Premieres Fleurs Harmony of Powders ($70.00 for 0.45 oz.) is a very pale pink with warm undertones and a soft shimmer. Per the brand, it’s supposed to be a “highlighting powder” that will have a “subtle, luminous glow.” The powder has three strips of color–pale white, pale peach, and muted rose–and the first two were pigmented but the last one (which had the most depth) was weaker with a sheerer coverage and slightly firmer texture. When I applied all the shades together (swirled), I didn’t notice any stiffness or difficulty in either picking up the product or blending it out on my cheekbones. It lasted for eight hours on me.
There was only a faint hint of pink on my skin tone, and anyone deeper than I would likely see no tint just a faint sheen, which I did find to be more white-based so I don’t think it’s a product that will work for a lot of skin tones. For someone with very fair skin who has been looking for a subtle, luminous pink barely-there blush, it could work.
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