Chanel Lift Lumiere Foundation

Good morning, readers! Today we’re taking one step closer to a complete catalog of foundation swatches.

We’ve previously looked at Teinte Innocence Fluid foundation, the lightest liquid foundation in Chanel’s lineup. Now, we’re jumping down to the other end of the spectrum. Lift Lumiere Firming and Smoothing Foundation offers fragrance-free, medium-to-full coverage with a natural, luminous finish and SPF 15. The sunscreen is octinoxate and titanium dioxide, and the foundation contains a proprietary skincare ingredient called the Liftopic™ Complex, which promises to diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles as it moisturizes. Lift Lumiere is $65. Chanel, Lift Lumiere, foundation, swatches, Faience, Ivoire, Clair, Cendre, Beige, Soft Bisque, Natural Beige, Naturel, Tawny BeigeChanel foundations are recommended on level of coverage and finish, and if the different formulas start to get confusing, check out this foundation chart. It’s a nice at-a-glance explanations of what your options are, and how they differ from one another.

Chanel Lift Lumiere: Faience, Ivoire, Clair, Cendre, Beige, Soft Bisque, Natural Beige, Naturel, Tawny Beige

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5 Responses to “Chanel Lift Lumiere Foundation”

  • PlatinumV says:

    >I like the fact they have so many light colour! So I can choose better!

  • All The Pretty Things says:

    >I just wanted to add that I am perfect match for Cendre 2.5, and almost-perfect match for Clair. And as much as like Lift Lumiere, the Vital Lumiere has a better finish on my skin – more radiant.

  • Ali says:

    Do you know if Faience is darker than NARS Sheer Glow in Gobi? I’d be very grateful if you could help.

  • You are so damn helpful! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Christelle says:

    Merci d’avoir mis des échantillons sur ce bras en photo, plus réaliste que la couleur vu en magasin.

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