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    Chanel Vitalumiere loose powder foundation




    http://capetownstilettoadventures.com/chanel-vitalumiere-loose-powder-foundation/

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    Oh my, sounds like an hybrid of mineral powder like foundation and an anti ageing one. I'm rather curious to give it a try

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    hmmm sounds interesting!

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    Thanks for sharing! So many options... this sounds verrrry promising. Will wait for reviews. Still trying out my little samples of the velvet foundation. I can't keep up :shock: haha
    NW/NC15-20, Chanel Vitalumiere BR12, and Chantecaille Just Skin Alabaster. Golden blonde; blue eyes &#58

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    Yes it does sound very interesting. It kind of reminds me of that revlon loose powder that when you apply on skin feels cooling and wet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsy View Post
    Yes it does sound very interesting. It kind of reminds me of that revlon loose powder that when you apply on skin feels cooling and wet*
    Yes, this just made me think of prescriptives magic powder! Hopefully it's a high tech improved version of the liquid -powder hybrid. I know I used that powder ages ago, but I don't recall whether I liked it
    NW/NC15-20, Chanel Vitalumiere BR12, and Chantecaille Just Skin Alabaster. Golden blonde; blue eyes &#58

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    I've seen a tester of it and it was so fine and smooth, like a veil of dust from pearls. When I swatched it seemed like a loose powder version of Vitalumiere Compact Douceur and similarly gives a lovely radiant look. The brush is so cute it's like a mini les beiges version kabuki brush

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    I wonder if it gives any coverage

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    Some more details from this blog post: http://vanitypresse.blogspot.com/2014/07/news-chanel-fall-2014-etats-poetiques.html

    **Will be at counters on September 1st

    **It will be in 5 shades

    **Retail price will be $79.00

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    Pictures and details from this blog (Huda Beauty) (not me!!): http://hudabeauty.com/2014/07/07/obsessing-over-chanels-vitalumiere-powder-foundation-airbrush-skin/



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    All shades swatched in numerical order, BOTTOM to TOP:



    More info on the foundation on Huda Beauty blog, which is linked above. I repeat, NOT MY PICTURES OR ME, thanks!

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    sounds awesome thank you

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    Thanks for sharing and info!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBeautyJunkie View Post
    Pictures and details from this blog (Huda Beauty) (not me!!):*http://hudabeauty.com/2014/07/07/obs...airbrush-skin/ 10 20 30 40 50 All shades swatched in numerical order, BOTTOM to TOP: More info on the foundation on Huda Beauty blog, which is linked above. I repeat, NOT MY PICTURES OR ME, thanks!
    Oh I like that blog, thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by urbis View Post
    Oh I like that blog, thanks for sharing


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    Seems that this has launched at my counters but I haven't gone down to look at it yet. I think the skin needs to be very good if anyone is just wearing it. I wonder if it will emphasize pores.
    NC15 / dark brown hair / brown eyes

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    I purchased it today ( 10 ) I will try and report " a soft halo of light revives the radiance of dull and tired complexions. This innovation is based on a new génération of high définition light pigments that make it possible to capture and diffuse softer light that is more flattering for the complexion . The smooth and transparent appearance of the Mica powder optimises light reflection for a natural satiny effect " SPF 15 The leaflet excerpts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominique33 View Post
    I purchased it today ( 10 ) I will try and report " a soft halo of light revives the radiance of dull and tired complexions. This innovation is based on a new génération of high définition light pigments that make it possible to capture and diffuse softer light that is more flattering for the complexion . The smooth and transparent appearance of the Mica powder optimises light reflection for a natural satiny effect " SPF 15 The leaflet excerpts
    Looking forward for your review

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    Quote Originally Posted by urbis View Post
    Looking forward for your review





    My first impressions : the texture is extremely silky and smooth, very finely milled. I swatched it on my hand ( which is sun friendly ^^ my face is paler ), I love, love the texture ! The Kabuki is very smooth too. Honestly I never watch the reviews, I knew it would be a must-have for me. I will try it on my face tomorrow it's dark here, the weather is awful so the pics are in artificial lighting.
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    i am curious to hear how does it work on it's own coverage wise
    also how does it work on top of other liquid foundations

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    Quote: Chanel Vitalumière Loose Powder Foundation SPF15, $79: A powder foundation unlike any other, this formula goes on like a powder yet offers the finish of a fluid foundation (read: undetectable, second-skin effect). The formula has a medium-coverage, soft-focus finish that blurs imperfections and leaves the complexion with a healthy, luminous glow. The genius packaging keeps everything tidy and for a luxurious bonus, the included mini kabuki brush is the perfect application essential. Available September 1 at Hudson’s Bay.


    SOURCE : BEAUTEZINE

    I will try it tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominique33 View Post
    SOURCE : BEAUTEZINE

    I will try it tomorrow
    So excited to try this. I use Les Beiges powder 20 and don't like liquid foundation. I prefer powder and light coverage only so this is very promising indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominique33 View Post





    My first impressions : the texture is extremely silky and smooth, very finely milled. I swatched it on my hand ( which is sun friendly ^^ my face is paler ), I love, love the texture ! The Kabuki is very smooth too. Honestly I never watch the reviews, I knew it would be a must-have for me. I will try it on my face tomorrow it's dark here, the weather is awful so the pics are in artificial lighting.
    It sounds so wonderful! Even though I do not think anything can out do the new TF foundation, I will probably get this anyway

    Thanks for the review & pics dear!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elegant-one View Post
    It sounds so wonderful! Even though I do not think anything can out do the new TF foundation, I will probably get this anyway :sigh: Thanks for the review & pics dear!!!
    You are welcome Élégant. I tried it this morning : quite easy to use, the Kabuki is really very smooth, good but médium coverage, second skin impression, healthy and natural glow. It has nothing in common with les Beiges, it is a powder foundation. Very silky. I am not a fan of foundations at all so this " review " is subjective lol. But to me it is worth purchasing .
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    Left: before, right: after

    I tried it the past few weeks, reviewed it today and I love it! It looks really natural, not cakey at all but it still has a medium coverage. The combination of the mini kabuki and the smooth texture is amazing, you can apply it perfectly. On the picture I'm wearing shade N30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beautyglitter View Post
    Left: before, right: after I tried it the past few weeks, reviewed it today and I love it! It looks really natural, not cakey at all but it still has a medium coverage. The combination of the mini kabuki and the smooth texture is amazing, you can apply it perfectly. On the picture I'm wearing shade N30.*
    Good coverage!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beautyglitter View Post

    Left: before, right: after

    I tried it the past few weeks, reviewed it today and I love it! It looks really natural, not cakey at all but it still has a medium coverage. The combination of the mini kabuki and the smooth texture is amazing, you can apply it perfectly. On the picture I'm wearing shade N30.
    Thank you yes it is exactly the medium coverage I expected, I "layered" it a bit more. It's so easy to build up IMO.
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    I need this in my life. This looks like a powder I have always been searching for. Any ideas on when it might release?

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    I'm really excited to try this foundation. Stopped by the Chanel counter at Bloomingdale's today and they had no idea what I was talking about. Sad! Is it also coming out in the US on Sept. 1? How's the longevity?

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    Is this suitable for someone with dry skin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brn2bfly View Post
    Is this suitable for someone with dry skin?
    My skin has become very dry but Normally powder foundations are never recommanded for dry skins, the Chanel one is quite " buttery " that is extremely silky . A great foundation IMO
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