Chanel's Joues Contraste line of blushes are lovely. They have a unique glow that is hard to capture with a camera and hard to find in other blushes. Today's blush, Brume d'Or is one of the baked blushes, usually part of the European, Canadian, and Asia collections. The baked versions are harder and usually have less color payoff. The powder on these is very fine and blends well into the skin. Here is how Brume d'Or looks in the pan.
Brume d'Or is a peachy terracotta brown with very subtle super-fine silver shimmer. Here are the swatches--Brume is on the far left. It doesn't really capture the glowiness of it.
If you're sensitive to smells, you need to know that all these Chanel blushes have a rather strong rose smell. I can smell them when they're in the drawer and especially when I open the compact. Once it's applied to my face, however, I don't notice it at all. Here's a pic of my first batch of JC's.
You can get Chanel at pretty much any department store, but many of the ones in my collection are the Euro version or discontinued. Thanks for reading, tomorrow will be the lovely Candy. <3