Chantecaille Year of the Dog is a moderately cool-toned, very light duochrome with a pearl finish. It is a limited edition highlighter that retails for $42.00 and contains 0.08 oz.
Chantecaille Year of the Dog Poudre Lumeire ($42.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a soft, ultra-light beige with subtle pearl that shifted very slightly from pink to lavender, a few multi-colored sparkles that translated to a lightly luminous sheen on the skin.
The formula is described as "sheer and buildable" with "long lasting" wear. It had more medium coverage that was buildable to mostly opaque coverage with two layers. The powder had an incredibly velvety, finely-milled, and silky texture that was lightweight while still having a substantial, creamier feel (not a thin or dusty powder at all), which made it enjoyable to use as the powder blended out effortlessly on cheeks and sat well without appearing flat or dry but did not emphasize my skin's natural texture either. For someone who prefers their highlighters on the subtle end of the spectrum (but still wants a little oomph), this could fit the bill. It wore well for eight and a half hours on me before fading noticeably.
Sheer and buildable, it glides on with luxurious smoothness and blends effortlessly for an iridescent finish. Formulated for long lasting, even coverage—apply onto eyelids for crease-free shimmer, or use to highlight for a glowing, iconic look.