Chanel Canotier (532) is a slightly warm-toned, light-medium gold with a metallic finish. It is a permanent nail lacquer that retails for $28.00 and contains 0.4 oz.
Chanel Canotier (532) Le Vernis ($28.00 for 0.40 fl. oz.) is a subdued, light-medium gold with threads of fine, metallic shimmer. It had mostly opaque coverage after two coats, and while the color wasn't really streaky, the metallic finish was really hard for me to avoid brush strokes. It dried down faster than the other two shades, but about half of the brush strokes remained visible even after dry down (sometimes they self-level). Chanel's formula typically wears seven days on me with minor tip wear, and the newer formula is comparable to that in wear time, but I find the newer formulation loses its shininess more quickly (after four or five days). Marc Jacobs Beauty Patsy (164) (P, $18.00) is cooler (90% similar). Revlon Gold Coin (P, $4.99) is more shimmery, darker (85% similar). Revlon Spun Sugar (P, $4.99) is lighter, cooler (85% similar). MAC Screaming Bright (P, $12.00) is more shimmery, lighter, brighter (85% similar). Chanel Diwali (LE, $28.00) is more shimmery, darker (85% similar). Illamasqua Swinger (P, $17.00) is more shimmery, darker (85% similar). NARS Gold Viper (LE, $20.00) is warmer (80% similar). China Glaze Midnight Kiss (LE, $7.50) is more shimmery, darker (85% similar). See comparison swatches / view dupes side-by-side.
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