|Would buy this product again.||93%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I ran out of blush one day and asked to my mama if she could buy me one while she was out for shopping. She came back with this and I was like "mum, chanel is so expensive, you didn't have to!". Needless to say I fell in love with this colour. It adds a very natural but noticeable touch to my cheeks. It's easy to apply and powder is very soft. I'm definitely going to buy it again once this one is finished. Thanks mum!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Brunette, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Black
This is my favorite blush and on my NC45/LM Tan skin shows up beautifully. The package lasts a long time, didn't use the brush, but the included ones are never good. It is a great everyday color that doesn't compete with my other makeup. I usually like a pretty natural face and this color just gives me a nice glow without being obvious, sparkly, or shiny. I love Chanel!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is not a blush. This is a super-delicate bronzer for my fair NC15-NC20 skin. It was a bit of risk to buy it as chanel blushes are a bit of a trick in terms how they would appear on the face. I did not want brown blusher certainly and just hoped it would have the same magic as my previous chanel blushes and just adapt to my skin coloring and fairness.
And it really did. I was so surprised to see myself with a sun-kissed look after I applied this blush. Now it is my favourite summer blush coupled with a wee of narcisse on the apples of the cheeks.
I recommend trying this out if you can still see it in the stores.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
OMG Tell me why I've never purchased a CHANEL blush in my life??? I'm a MAC whore so I usually buy all MAC or SMASHBOX or LANCOME but never CHANEL, boy oh boy have I been missing out. The girl put this blush on me after trying on different foundations to match me and OMGGGGGGGGGGG the minute she gave me the mirror to see if I like the foundation, I HAD A HEART ATTACK almost, lol...this blush looked so amazing on me. I'm an olive skin tone..and I just fell in LOVE right away!!!!!!!!!!!! The price is very expensive but your getting a quality product! I always avoided blushes from CHANEL because of the price, but this was seriously the one color I been looking to get on my skin, and I've literally tried every line to find the right blush that gives me that springy look and that youtful look and this did it for me! I'm done buying MAC blushes because none have appealed to me as much as this one has. I LOVE IT I LOVE IT I LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE IT! The girl also put this bronzer on me, it was called TERRE EPICE and that's also to DIE FOR, i will be providing feedback for that in a bit.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
while getting my spring colours ready and in line for me to use, I noticed that I had this blush which was given to me awhile ago and because I felt it was the wrong season, I did not try it and then forgot about it... I tried on yesterday and found that it gives me such a wonderful warmth and glowy fresh air slightly tanned look that I added a bit of Narcisse to the apples of my cheeks... I am now officially in love with this colour.
Highly reccommend to anyone looking for a bit of glow and sun to their complexion without any heavy brown/orange cast.. it is just gorgeous.
would purchase in a minute.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Cool Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Black
it's a flattering color for an NC35 skin with yellow undertone. it doesn't look so much like a blush on me, more like a sculpting powder of some sort, my round face looked a lot skinnier in pictures lol
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This blush was a little similar to the tweedy one that they offered for the 2009 fall collection.When I had the Chanel MUA apply the spring 2010 colors, I really deliberated over whether I should get this one or not because it seemed close in color. I felt bad because I fussed so much over the choice. I decided to get it and did not regret it. It is more bronzey and gives a very nice glow to the skin. If you are fair as i am, it truly warms you up in a great way. I do not regret buying this blush. I definitely warrants a second glance.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Absolutely perfect bronzing blush! This is a finely-milled glowy rose-bronze that appears to be more of a copper tone once applied. I have Fandango, Rose Bronze, Tempting Beige, Mocha and a few others I've purchased in the hope of finding a blush to warm my complexion. This has more rose, less orange and is much lighter and transparent than Fandago. It provides a chameleon-like effect. It can shift from pink to rose to copper to a bit brown depending upon your lipstick and lighting. It can be layered if necessary. I use a mini kabuki to apply. The compact brush is small, but I find it much more convenient to have a little brush in a compact than to remember to carry my mini kabuki everywhere I go. This will become a blush wardrobe staple.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I must admit I was avoiding buying this blush for the reason someone below mentioned - I was under the impression that this was similar to Fandago (which BTW I own 2 boxes of and love), until I actually tried it. All I can say is that this is, at best, a VERY DISTANT relative to Fandango and definitely warrants owning in addition to Fandango.
When I compared them side by side, Imprevu is MUCH lighter and has more rose tones vs. brown that Fandango has. I can apply this one more liberally than Fandango, although, you have to be careful not to overdo this one either.
I see references to rose bronze below and I would somewhat agree, but this particular blush is one of those amazing blushes that seems to pick up the colour of whatever lippy it is you are wearing.
I gives me gorgeous flush, has no muddy tones, and it both bronzes my face as well as give it a healthy rose-ish flush. I must admit it is one of the most perfect blushes I've ever owned, as other bronzer-like blushes usually don't give me that "fresh" look - but this one does.
The best brush for me with this blush is actually Dior's mineral makeup powder blush, because it is not tapered at the top (it's kind of like a flat kabuki) and allows for a great blending into your skin to make this blush give you even more naturally flushed look.
Perfection and definitely on the HG list!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Black
This blush is gorgeous. It has the same glow like Fandango, which I love. The colour is more bronze peachy that looks very fresh and stylish. As all the other JC's it lasts very long. I totally recommend.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I am very pale (NC15) and I usually avoid everything that barely reminds me of a bronzer. But this product is different: it is a warm copper shade that gives a very healthy glow.
Unlike Fresque which changed into an awful brownish shade few hours after the application, Imprevu stays true to its shade the whole day. It suits my fair complexion and looks very natural.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I love everything about this blush. I am fair, but I do have to apply it a couple times to build up my desired colour, which is quite visible. In fact, I've toned down the rest of my makeup, because the colour is so beautiful that I want it to be the feature. The counter that I bought it at didn't have any testers yet for the spring collection, but I bought it anyways just from the photos I'd seen of it being used on the chanel spring RTW models. Amazing. It looks the exact same, dare I say better? Perfect blush.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I am just loving this colour. I have very red cheeks and with a little powder underneath to tone down the red, this just looks fantastic. It looks warm and I look like I am, hmmm, yes, blushing! It is very brightening. I wear it with Delicieuse and it is really very pretty. I didn't buy it today and I should have, but I will. It isn't in the Bay yet, but when it is, yup, I am going back for it. I think this blush may actually be my HG (it was Deep Throat by Nars which is still fantastic but I want something a bit more peachy).
UPDATE: So I went back to the counter to test again, and really, now two SA's say if you have Fandango, don't bother with this one. I do think they are a bit different, but are they different enough to spend money on? I just wasn't that sure, and I didn't like it as much the second time. It works well with the face powder of the 2010 Spring collection, but it's a bit warm for me maybe, and my son said I looked like a had a bruise on my cheek so that means a colour in the cheek colour is coming out that's reacting a bit with my skin tone I guess. So, it's a no go for me, but it is a fantastic colour.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have been looking for my bronzer for so many years. My skin is NW20 and just this past fall I finally cleared the last of the melasma from my perimenopausal face. Then I decided to look for a true coppery blush to use as a bronzer. The problems I've encountered from previoius attempts ranged from the product oxidizing to orange, looking like dirt, or emphasizing my "splotches" into reddish-brown blobs. Leave it to Chanel to come up with the perfect product for me.
Now that the splotches are gone, I indulged myself in this silky blush which is a coppery-rose. I first used it on bare skin to see what happened to the color. It seemed to melt into my natural skintone and light it up. Amazing! Such a small amount was needed and the shade brings out the blue in my eyes and goes so very well with my medium auburn hair. No orange, no brown, no yucky tones. With foundation, this stuff is magic. It has been decades since I was this excited over a blush as bronzer. I probably won't make daily use of this lovely treasure until spring, so I'll update if something dreadful occurs, but for now, it is a natural, glowing, "sunkissed" and lit-from-within look. Just what I've trying so hard to find for so many years! Would I re-purchase? For sure, but I've read that these JC's last a long time, and judging from the gentle swipes of this beautiful product, it will last me a long time.
Oh, by the way, toss the brush which comes with this blush. I use a very small kabuki brush, and then blend in just a bit with a cotton ball.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Imprevu (59) is gorgeous! I'm very light and though this looks scary in the pan (like a copper, almost like Fandango) it comes off as a very beautiful rose-toned bronze on my NC20 skin. I do use a light hand (and a NARS Yachiyo) but the magic of JC's is that you can layer on the color so they have the potential to work for a wide variety of skintones. This blush is very shimmery so for gals who are very oily it might be a bit much. Personally, lots of JC's with bronze or brown in them (Rose Bronze, Fandango, Tempting Beige) seem to pull way too orange on me, but this one has enough rose in it to keep it looking natural. I'd definitely rebuy this if I ever run out (I hope it's not LE!).