Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush Reviews
Product Type: Chanel makeup
Newest Review: ... or irritation. I've had this shade for a few months now and only used 10-15 times, so it barely looks like it's been ... more
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Customer Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Now I know that there are big divisions with people when it comes to designer brands and make up. Some people feel it is worth the money because it is far better quality and others feel it is the same product, but with fancy packaging and a high price tag. I have to say that untill recently I was one of the people that just thought it was over priced and that you were just paying for the name. A few months ago I was on holiday with a friend and had forgotten my blusher. I usually use a fairly cheap blusher because I am quite pale and dont always use a blusher. If I do use one, I don't use much at all as I would just look like a clown. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 254 readings)
When it comes to blush, I don't typically think that expensive means better, in terms of both quality or colours. My blush collection ranges from Rimmel and Revlon to MAC and Dior, but one of my favourites has got to be Chanel's "Joues Contraste" for many reasons :-) Currently available in thirteen shades ranging from pale, shimmery pinks (#44 Narcisse) to bright, yet wearable corals (#57 Fandango), the "Joues Contrastes" promise a touch of colour and radiance. The effects gained from these blushes range from 'very natural to very sophisticated.' When used as for a simple flush of colour across the cheeks the results are a healthy glow, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I wasn't ever one to wear blush until I was around 15 or 16 years old, until then, I was very much a bronzer only kind of girl. You can only imagine how that must've looked! over the past few years I've gone through different phases with blushes, always sticking to higher quality brands to ensure they don't bother my sensitive skin. I've gone from MAC to Benefit to Nars and for the past year and a bit, have continuously been using Chanel Joues Contraste as my only blush. As mentioned in previous reviews, I tend to keep my makeup quite simple and then change it up with a bright lip colour, so I only have a couple of these blushes, but after having used them for so long, I Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
This has to have been my best purchase that I have every made! That is not a lie. In July 2010, I went on a spree for my birthday with around £400 and I thought, right I am really going to treat myself because it is not often I spend much money when I am on mission save! I went into Selfridges and saw the Chanel section and I spent £30.00 on this gorgeous blusher that I was recommended by the very useful staff that work there. This comes in a small compact with a small brush with the Chanel logo engraved onto it and also the blusher has a plastic lid over it which gives it great protection. But, most of all I love the white Chanel logo on the front as it looks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/11 (Useful, 27 readings)
I actually bought this whilst on holiday in Australia, though I do know they sell this in the UK. I had a make up assistant take the time to find me the right colouring. I have always had a little trouble with finding a decent blusher, as I am quite tanned with a yellow undertone, so I didn't want anything to clash or look ridiculously orange. I did not want anything particularly heavy, and I think this product definitely fits that. I can lightly brush it on and it gives quite a natural warm glow affect. Luckily it isn't too shimmery or glittery so you won't look like a disco ball, however if you feel the need to build up colour you can. I find that it also ... Read the complete review
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