From the Chanel website:
Effortless to apply, with seamless blendability for a naturally flawless effect, this breakthrough foundation is the ideal all-day, everyday formula – suitable for all skin types in a diverse range of 20 shades.
This foundation was a surprise. I have used Mat Lumiere (#130 Chestnut) in the past and its great for keeping my out of control oily forehead in check but the color match wasn’t perfect. It didn’t address the undertones in my skin that really make a foundation look natural on your face. I was really sorry that such a good formula was a trapped in a flat beige kind of base color. I mean if Chanel can’t address the whole warm and cool toned skin thing ummm who can?
Well now they’ve addressed it and with this color selection (20 shades!) this foundation is going to be a godsend to a lot of people. I have #154 Ambre and I’m going to need another color by next month because I go down one to two shades less deep in the winter. But let me tell you what, I will buy another bottle. Because I need this stuff. It is GOOD. The color match is dead on and despite the scent that the foundation has it’s just about perfect. I’m not used to foundations having a scent to them, that’s really odd to me but I stopped caring about it once I saw how this blended into my skin like butter.
It’s $55 a bottle which is super expensive but I think if you test it out at the counter and take a sample home you’ll be sold. It’s worth the investment in my opinion. I think you should check into this foundation and give it a chance. I was really happy with this long wearing formula, it’s a great fit for combination skin.