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Chantecaille Loose Powder
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on 4/10/2014 6:36:00 AM
More reviews by Andi2010
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium
I really love this finely milled loose powder that doesn't give a matte flat finish, goes nicely over any foundation and I don't find this powder at all drying. My favourite application for this powder is the RT contour brush as I like to use a small brush and do little areas at a time - I have found this makes the powder last longer before needing to touch up.The metal packaging is luxe and I like that there is a plastic filter inner instead of a netting one as they get really messy. Even though the holes look big I find this doesn't disperse too much product. (as long as its stored right way up). I'm NC15 and have this in shade "Light" - I would not consider this a translucent powder as it does have some colour to it though very subtle.
on 2/17/2012 10:44:00 PM
More reviews by dlasky
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse
This powder is great for my combination skin. The "Light" doesn't irritate, clump, or change color. It perfectly compliments my skin tone. I am fair-skinned, usually not the lightest color but the next-to-lightest. I agree with w/plrg's review to leave part of the adhesive over the holes to minimize spillage, and to tap powder into the lid. It is pricey, but worth it.
on 9/13/2011 1:39:00 PM
More reviews by plrg
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I have this in the color Subtle, which works for my NC25/Future Skin Vanilla skintone even though when I bought it I was more NC20/Alabaster. The powder is great for:- Those who like extremely light and finely-milled powders with a slight light-reflective sheen to it when applied (not shiny, not matte). - Those who have dry/normal skin and are looking for light finishing powder.- Those who like makeup with attractive packaging. The powder case is housed in an elegant silver case and looks great on the vanity.Personally, I don't use the powder a lot for several reasons:- I have combination-oily skin, and this doesn't help control oil. - I also don't like the fact that it has parabens in it, BHT, and a whole slew of other preservatives (even though it is talc-free).I noticed that a lot of people are not happy with the packaging. I talked to the SA and found a solution for powder spillage:- When you buy the powder, do NOT remove the whole seal. Instead, peel back to expose 4-5 holes, cut out that section, and leave the rest of the seal alone.- When you want to use some of the powder, tap some of it onto the lid. The powder will come out of the 4-5 holes instead of the whole thing, and will make the application process a lot less messy. I have traveled a lot with the powder using this method and have never had trouble with spillage.
8 of 9 people found this helpful.
on 4/16/2011 2:04:00 PM
More reviews by hetsy
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
The best loose powder I have ever tried. It leaves a beautiful matt yet natural finish. It never cakes despite the amount I layer on and I never need to touch up through the day. It contains natural SF which is a big plus for me. I recommend this product highly.
on 3/24/2011 12:20:00 PM
More reviews by bellonacook
My friend recommended this loose powder to me, and I love it!I have normal-combination skin and it gets a bit oily towards the afternoon. I have tried many different foundations but nothing really tackles the problem. Recently I feel that I don't want to put on a foundation everyday (my skin looks decent with no major breakouts, maybe a bit of larger pores around the nose), so I have been looking for a loose powder which will protect my skin and provide a bit of oil control (I cannot just go out without any powder on. It actually makes my skin break out and becomes more oily. I blame it on pollution :/)Many loose powders are a bit too powdery for me, so I decided to give Chantecaille a try, and it works! It decreases oil production by about 30% (I won't say it's almighty, but 30% is quite significant compared to almost no results that I have seen in other products). The powder is also very very fine and soft, so it feels like nothing is on your face, and it looks very natural. Yet I do have to say, if you look for coverage, this is NOT for you.The 2 drawbacks are 1) pricing and 2) the quite un-user friendly package design. If you want to avoid powder from flying everywhere, you need to tilt the case a little bit before you tap the side of the container to release the powder (which works very well with just a bit of practice). Nonetheless I also hope Chantecaille will consider to redesign the container again.Despite the 2 drawbacks, this is the best loose powder I have ever used! I think I will repeat my purchase for sure! :)
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 12/3/2010 1:05:00 PM
More reviews by Kimm992
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse
I just had someone give me this powder because the shade wasn't right for her (and it was the perfect shade for me).I had never heard of this brand before but I thought I would give this powder a try!I have to say it is hands down the best loose powder I have ever used! I use it as a finishing powder and it makes my makeup and skin look flawless and airbrushed!I tend to get a little oily by the end of the day but I haven't had any issues with oil since I started using this powder.I am hooked for life! Highly reccommend!
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 11/30/2010 5:42:00 PM
More reviews by allyson399
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
I really love this loose powder. It doesn't have too much color and never gives a powdery look, which I hate. I use this over the Chantecaille tinted moisturizer and new stick concealer and it keeps it in place all day. The finish is really nice...not too matte, but not shimmery. I really love it and these three products have been a winning combination for me. It is expensive but it lasts a long time.
on 10/11/2009 9:53:00 PM
More reviews by candy_hunter
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
Amazing loose powder! After I finished my Laura Mercier loose powder, I was on a hunt for another brand. The LM is great at $30, but I am willing to spend more for an even better one. I first looked at Cle de Peau, because I currently use their foundation. After doing some thinking, I realized it's simply ridiculous to spend over US$100 for loose powder, seriously. Then I hopped over to Chantecaille. First, I was pleased to know that it's talc free, which is great news for oily or acne-prone skin. Then I felt the powder on my hand, and, WOW, it's just as smooth as CdP! I tried it on my face right there, and was very pleased with the finish. It's a very natural matte finish, zero chalkiness. In fact, I think it's even better than CdP! A few hours later, I looked in the mirror, same great look, great oil control. Best thing of all, I just bought this for $26 on eBay, HAH!UPDATE: So I finally received the product in the mail. I applied some over my Laura Mercier Mineral Foundation, and it looked flawless! I can't believe my face didn't look chalky at all. This is HG HG HG.
on 8/11/2009 8:35:00 AM
More reviews by dodobat
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Straight, Other
I initially got this for a friend and since she raved about it so much I deemed that this is a 'must have' for myself too. =D Its a very popular product and is almost always out of stock at spacenk. But I finally got myself one and I really love it. Its very finely milled and it feels weightless on the skin. I have alot of loose powders and this is one of my favourites. Im not sure if I like this better than my La Mer powder but I definitely like this more than my Nars loose powder which is not as finely milled.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 2/19/2009 11:03:00 PM
More reviews by lynniepoop
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
I have never used loose powders before and have generally geared towards pressed powders just because I think loose powders are more troublesome. But since I have had a great experience with Chantecaille's Future Skin (Alabster), I decided to purchase the Loose Powder to mattify the foundation when I don't desire a dewy look.I purchased this in Light and I am unsure about other shades but Light goes on translucent on my skin and provides me a gorgeous, lovely glow. It doesn't provide much coverage, if any at all, but I'm not looking for coverage as I only want to mattify my Future Skin Foundation so this is perfect for me. I also detest powders with shimmer (too tacky and accentuates pores) so I love how Chantecaille's loose powder gives you a glow without tacky shimmer. Also, though it comes with a cute puff, I prefer to use it with a brush because I feel a puff is unble to give you an even distribution.I see other MUA-ers have problems getting the powder out without spilling some. What I do is remove the puff (I use a MAC 187 brush), hold the container in one palm and tap the side very gently. The powder should "rise up" to the surface. I then swirl my brush into the powder and blend it on my face. I don't lose any powder this way.PROs: Talc-free (if you have sensitive skin). Lovely glow, no shimmer. Extremely silky and smooth texture - I always touch my face after applying it though I know I shouldn't. It's that soft!CONs: Expensive at £45 but I believe in value for money (what you receive for what you pay), than just price alone.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
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