Why you should give this Chanel Le Blanc Light Creator Brightening Makeup Base SPF 40 a try?
Happy Wednesday lovelies, After a little breack I'm back to blogging and I want to show you guys this Chanel Le Blanc Makeup primer that I bought few weeks ago and I can say__I finally found the best makeup primer for my dry, sensitive skin. You may remember I was so disapointed with Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer (you can read about it __ Here) and I'm so happy I finally found the one that I was looking for desperately.
|Chanel 'Le Blanc' Light Creator Brightening Makeup Base SPF40 Sunscreen|
The label claims:
"Now enriched with SPF 40, this lightweight, oil-free formula enhances radiance and extends the wear of foundation for an all-day rosy glow. A new yellow-based shade, Mimosa, provides sheer coverage to help visibly correct the appearance of shadows and unevenness."
This Chanel Le Blanc primer is a somewhat watery, light pink fluid that mede me quite worried that I couldn't use it properly, but it's actually quite easy to apply. I use my foundation brush to apply it and let it sit for few minutes before I apply my liquid foundation. This Chanel primer evens out the skin and gives it nice glow. Make sure you will shake up the bottle prior to application.
I can't say much about oily skin, but if you have dry skin, don't use a full-coverage liquid foundation on top of this primer otherwise it will look too heavy, for the best result, you sould apply a light to medium coverage foundation. I use this Chanel Le Blanc foundation base as a sunscreen/primer all over my face and also, you can use it as a highlighter too.
So, What I love about this Chanel Le Blanc Light Creator Brightening Makeup Base SPF 40 Sunscreen?
* It's lightweight
* Evens out the skin and makes perfect base for my foundation
* Gives the skin natural glow
* Doesn't irritate my sensitive skin
* It has SPF 40 and it doesn't leave that awful white cast like many other sunscreens
What I don't like? __ the price.
Will I buy this primer again? __ definitely. Even though, it's expensive, I will still repurchase it because not only it makes my makeup look flawless, but also, it protects my dry skin from sun damage, that is so important especially summer is just around the corner.
Have you used this Chanel primer? Let me know in the comments below and have a lovely day.
Chanel Le Blanc Light Creator Brightening Makeup Base __ Here
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