Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatch of the Chanel Les 4 Ombres Multi-Effect Quadra Eyeshadow in the shade 364 Candeur Et Seduction.
This quad is part of their Fall collection and I bet is not hard to guess why I got it. Yes, my brain saw red and didn’t understand anything else.
All the palettes in the collection (there are three) have some red tones but this one had so many I knew it had to be mine.
You can get it here for 62$.
The packaging is absolutely stunning and luxurious I totally love it.
It comes in a cardboard box and a velvet pouch. I know some people throw it away but I like to keep it, makes me feel really fancy!
It also comes with two tiny brushes, which, for the price, are quite ridiculous, I mean for 65$ I’d expect more, or nothing at all.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
The formula is quite soft and smooth especially when you swatch it, it has high pigmentation. Unlike other Chanel eyeshadows, these are very pigmented, I went with a heavier hand and I had some troubles for a moment but it blended easily.
They aren’t patchy and the colour selection is beautiful. You can’t create many looks with it because there are only four shades though.
All the shades blend easily with brushes.
With a primer, they last about 8 hours before creasing.
- Colour: 9/10
- Longevity: 8/10
- Application: 8/10
- Formula: 9/10
- Pigmentation: 8/10
- Packaging: 9/10
The packaging is absolutely stunning and the eyeshadows are beautiful and high quality. Now is it worth it? If you like the shades and you don’t mind to splurge, it’s a beautiful palette worth the price but it’s not a necessity otherwise.
I really hope you guys enjoyed it, don’t forget to like, comment and share to let me know all your thoughts and if you have any question.
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