Today's blush is an old JC. I'm not sure how old, but it is a beauty. For Day 4 of Chanel Blush week, I present Petilant (which means sparkling in French). It might be old, but it still has the delicate scent of roses and gives off a good amount of color.
This version is baked, so the texture is harder than the US versions. But the powder that comes off is very fine and pigmented. I see a tiny amount of shimmer in the pan, but on the skin, it has the slight glow that JCs are known for.
The color is a little hard to describe, I would call it a warmish raspberry pink. It is a lovely color and goes on very smoothly and evenly. A sweet friend at MUA has been wanting this one forever, but it's so pretty that I can't quite part with it yet. Maybe this up-close view will make her change her mind and kill the desire for it. It's #4 in the picture below.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this old JC! Tomorrow, day 5 of Chanel JCs, is Orchid Rose. Let me know what your favorite blushes are and what you'd like to see here! TTYL!