The Chantecaille 20th Anniversary palette is one for collectors. It’s absolutely beautiful with clusters of pearls on the lid and a soft, perfecting powder marked with the number 20 on the inside.
The thing I like about Chantecaille powders is that they aren’t just the usual talc mix – the brand actually puts useful things in like cottonseed oil that give it a flexible quality as well as oils from the pistachio tree so that it doesn’t dry out your skin. They’re the softest possible powders. This one has a ‘moonlit’ glow to it but I’d call it opalescent actually and it’s not the mega-watt highlighter sort – just more of a gentle skin sheen than anything. As you might expect from this brand, it’s spendy at £100 HERE but I don’t remember seeing anything quite like it before – it’s done really well (as you should hope) and looks and feels all of the luxe.
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Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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