Chanel Bronze Corail is a cool-toned, coral with a frost finish. It is a limited edition bronzer that retails for $60.00 and contains 0.53 oz.
For summer, there are two variations of Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel ($50.00 for 0.49 oz.) -- the first I'm reviewing is Bronze Corail (and I will review Bronze Rose later). It is a striped palette with four shades: a warm, medium-dark tan with subtle gold shimmer; warm beige with shimmery sheen; deeper tanned brown with a satin sheen with red undertones; and a pop of coral-pink with a subtle sheen. Swirled together, the resulting color is a sheer, soft bronze with a champagne sheen.
This unique powder formula lends subtle hints of warmth and shimmer to every complexion. It is comprised of seven unique shades — including a luminous gold — which can be applied separately to highlight and sculpt facial contours or blended together to achieve an overall bronzing effect that replicates the natural glow of sunbathed skin.