Chanel • Regard Perle • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||62%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Regard perle looks gorgeous in the pan, but on my lids only 2 of the shades worked out so I ended up returning the quad. I love the coral pink and soft peachy gold shade but the irridescent white shade was unusable, it's too light for under the brow bone and didn't quite look right on my inner corner. The green shade only really works wet as a liner or if you want a very deep smokey look, but even trying to use it for a smokey eye was difficult because it's so sheer and there was a ton of glitter fallout. I have Nars fuji for a green smokey eye and definitely prefer it over the Chanel. However I do wish I could find a dupe of the gold and peachy pink shade.
On another note, I've found that most Chanel quads are poorly coordinated. Most quads have 2-3 colors I like and then another that just doesn't make sense. I suppose the darker shades in their quads are meant to be used as liners because they're usually too dark for a crease shade.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this quad probably the best out of all Chanel eye quads right now. I have Kaska beige, Regard Perle, and Vanites. I have LLL asian/mediterranean skin and the forest green looks amazing as a liner plus with a little contour in the lid. I'll post a pic soon. The rest of the colors are actually pretty great in their own right as allover lid colors, and I was pleasantly surprised that the pink and gold/sand colored shadows show up fairly differently on my light olive skin, which means more versatility and more possible looks. The white one is a good highlighter for the inner eye and just below the brow, I thought it looked pretty garishly white in the palette but it actually comes out pretty good. Overall, a highly recommended set of colors! I can't imagine this going wrong for anyone actually, regardless of skin color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
What can I say-Chanel is just the best at putting together beautiful colours. I love this, its my go to for all kinds of looks, day and night. I have the American version and its perfectly pigmented, shimmery but in a subtle classic way.....The forrest green shade is best used as a liner and I layer it on top of my black pencil liner. I personally don't care for it on my lids or crease, but as a liner WOW! This is not a look-at-me quad by any means, its subdued but perfectly so. I just love Chanel in general but this get the most use out of all my quads.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I give up! No more eyeshadows from Chanel for me. I have the euro version and I can't stand the bake eyeshadows. The color payoff should be better for the price paid! I have to re-applied several times to have some colors on my eyes. The Forest green is the worst, I was surprise of how dull it look once applied pfff :(
As for the good (I gave two lippies) I like the color combination, the forest green, the peachy-pink, bronze and white. Even if it was part of Chanel Spring collection it is still a all year round palette.
Not worth fighting for on Ebay ;)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I bought this quad immediatelly it was available The colors in the US version seemed so clear and soft, however in the Euro version (the one I could get hold of) they do not seemed so... They are dark peachy-rose, gold, pearly white and dark forest green with sparkles. When I applied it, I must say it gave an elegant look. Applying the dark green (forest green) as a liner in a 'brave manner', and blending it with the pink can provide a dramatic look to the eyes that attracts every attention :-) However, this palette does not seem to be a Spring quad for me either in the pans or on my eyes: the colors are not bright enough and the overall look is not 'fresh' as I would expect it from a Spring palette. In this respect, Garden party is a much better choice as it has similar colors, and just brights up the look! Also, it is not as easy to blend the colors as in other Chanel quads. The light colors are not so pigmented either, excpt white. It goes well with Espiegle blush that comes with it in the collection, however, a pinkish blush, like Lumieres magiques make the look fresher. If I want to use a real Spring quad, I rather turn to Garden party. But for an elegant and dramatic look which is still a daytime makeup, this is a nice pick.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
These colors really suit my NC25-30 Asian skintone. Good color payoff for all four, and any issues with fallout with the deep green shade were solved by patting that color on with my MAC 242 (if I wanted to apply the color to the lid) or with my MAC 228 (when I wanted it in the crease). The colors complement each other and blend like a dream. Very pleased with this palette!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
These colors are pure love for me !
I looove the white, IMO it looks a bit like Mac Pigment in Vanilla... Mac Vanilla is more pinkish iridescent and the Chanel has more gold/yellow undertones, both are unique but same iridescent idea in the background...
but this Chanel it is sooo soft and beautiful, I am so excited with this quad !!
I do not know how Chanel manages to come out with so unique colors that are so wearable... really pleased with this one :o)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Cool Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Black
Love the color payoff on this quad. of course it's pricey as always, but this is by far, one of my most favorite eye shadow quad from Chanel. I am definitely digging the green, this quad suits my Asian olive skin.