As a result, Chantecaille’s new face palette makes me a little hungry.
Les Macarons is a funny palette. I turned it over, but the back label offers no explanation of the contents.
So I swatched the first three powders with my sponge-tipped eyeshadow applicators, then commented to the sales associate how unusual the pink eyeshadow was for Chantecaille. Â ”Oh, that’s a blush,” she said. A blush? Right next to a cream highlighter? Hm.
So Les Macarons contains two eyeshadows (purple-brown and shimmery ballerina white-pink), a pink blush, a shimmery pink cream highlighter, and a pink-with-gold-shimmer lipgloss. It is $68.
The Chantecaille website also suggests one way to wear the palette: the lighter eyeshadow all over your lid, the darker shade as eyeliner. Blush on the cheeks; highlighter on the cheekbones and browbones, and then finish with gloss.
What do you think? The perfect all-in-one travel palette, or too limiting in its options?