Fleurs de Printemps
Chanel Fleurs de Printemps Blush and Higlighter Duo is a new, limited edition highlighter and blush duo with a more gel-powder like formula, so both shades “melted” on my skin for a smooth, seamless finish that was glowing (for the highlighter) and skin-like (for the blush). Both shades had richer pigmentation, were blendable, and stayed on for eight and a half hours.
Fleurs de Printemps (Highlighter)
Fleurs de Printemps (Highlighter) is a medium, pink-peach with moderate, warm undertones and a luminous finish. It had opaque pigmentation in a single layer, though it was easy to apply less if desired by using a lighter hand as it wasn’t powdery in the pan. The formula felt like a gel-powder hybrid, which works best with a moderately dense brush as it has a firmer, denser feel but has no powderiness and “melts” onto skin when applied. The powder applied evenly to bare skin, blended out with ease, and had a glowing finish that didn’t emphasize my skin’s natural texture and looked particularly seamless. It wore well for eight and a half hours before showing signs of fading.
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Fleurs de Printemps (Blush)
Fleurs de Printemps (Blush) is a brighter, medium-dark coral with warmer, more orange undertones and a satin finish. The more I buffed and blended out the powder on my skin, the more satin-like the finish became–glowing but not overtly shimmery. It had rich color payoff in a single layer, but the firmer, denser consistency (though not stiff!) made it easy to use a lighter hand for more buildable coverage if preferred. It had a more gel-powder hybrid kind of formula, which means that the texture feels firmer, but it has no powderiness and almost “melts” on skin for a particularly seamless look. The color applied evenly and blended out effortlessly. It stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours before fading a bit.