Séduction (£38) forms part of the recent Jeux de Regards Collection. It contains a medium warm burgundy with satin finish, shimmered cool champagne, apricot with fine shimmer and a deep matte brown.
work extremely well together and though it does contain two warm shades,
I still find the overall look more neutral in tone. This is the round
pan European baked format so the shades have a dryer texture and powdery
feel. The colour pay off it quite good, though for more vibrancy its
best to use them wet.
Swatched below dry and then with a dampened brush
The colours apply well and have an average wear,
though I would recommend using an eye primer first. I have rather varied
luck with Chanel quads, but this might well be my favourite thus far.
Unlike quite a few predecessors, I do not find the colours go on muddy
or too sheer.
Below I have used the shadows dry, using the foam applicators supplied (with all colours apart from the liner). They're usable but I still don't like them.
The colours coordinate really well to create a daytime hazy look but can also be built up with the two deeper shades to add a smokey
I bought this from Boots.