The new Chanel Le Blanc collection has arrived, with the Chanel Le Blanc Light Revealing Brightening Fluid Foundation being just one of the products within the collection.
It’s always exciting whenever there’s a new Chanel foundation, but this collection also features the Chanel Le Blanc Radiance Thermal Comfort Compact Foundation too. If you’d like to find out all about the liquid foundation, keep on reading…
“The fine pearl is a model of perfection and translucency that inspired the creation of the LE BLANC ritual. The lightweight texture of the fluid foundation reduces the appearance of dark spots and evens out the complexion with its exclusive association of mineral ceramic pigments for a perfect, invisible makeup finish.“
The Chanel Le Blanc Light Revealing Brightening Fluid Foundation is available in just six shades, which isn’t the best shade range by any means. It’s disappointing to see Chanel not wanting to be inclusive, especially as the nuances between the six shades are extremely subtle.
So there’s only a very small amount of skintones which will be able to pull off these shades. The foundation is housed within a frosted, glass bottle, with a white lid, for the Le Blanc collection. Chanel themselves have said these Chanel Le Blanc Light Revealing Brightening Fluid Foundation shades were designed with Asian skin in mind;
The range of six shades is designed to perfectly match Asian skin tones and the shades of LE BLANC COMPACT FOUNDATION, ideal for touch-ups during the day.
Just like the Le Blanc collection’s skincare, the foundation contains “Pearl Protein Extract”, which works to correct dull and yellow-toned skin, while encouraging moisturisation.
In addition, the powerful hydrating ingredients of the formula make LE BLANC act as a “moisture guard” all day long. Soft, fresh and serene, skin is protected via hydration, and the foundation is available right now.
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