The promotional image for the Les Printemps Precieux De Chanel spring collection really caught my attention, its elegant, fresh and yet not overdone.
The Raffinement quad (£37) contains a shimmery medium cool
taupe,shimmery champagne, deep warm semi matte brown, and a shimmery
There is enough contrast between the tones to allow a few different
looks and its one of those great everyday basic range of shades that you
know you will get a lot of use out of.
My reviews of the Chanel baked eyeshadow quads tend to contain
mutterings on how powdery and dry the texture is accompanied by poor
pigmentation. However, whilst this is still not comparable to the duo
formula, this is the best baked quad I have tried from Chanel. The most noticeable difference is that the
pigment is much better and they are less powdery and don't blend out to
nothing or become murky.
Overall whilst the shades are not unique, its a very easy to wear set of shades to allow for a polished look.
I bought this from Boots.