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On first impressions, I have to say I really love the texture of this foundation, which feels cooling and refreshing on the skin. It also feels really hydrating and dewy, which is a big tick on foundation wish-list. If you have dry skin in particular, I think you’ll love this. I’m generally oiler around my chin and nose, and while I did need to powder these areas, the foundation didn’t separate or go patchy as the day went on, which is big win. If you’re very oily, or prefer a matte foundation, you may find this a tad too dewy, but for those that like the glow, you’ll love it.

I chose the shade Vanilla for my skin tone online, which is slightly warmer than my skin tone at the moment, but will work great for summer. One thing I will note is that the foundation oxidised to a slightly darker shade on my skin, so bare this in mind when choosing your shade. When you twist open the lid, it looks quite thick in consistency, as if it would be a heavier coverage product, but on contact with the warmth of your skin, it disappears, leaving a subtle veil of coverage and a dewy sheen. You really don’t need very much, so a little goes a long way. I used Chantecaille’s Buff and Blur brush to stiple the product into my skin, but the beauty of this foundation is that it also applies like a dream with your fingertips or a sponge.

Like the Euphoria and The Crown makeup artists mentioned, I love that this foundation still makes my skin look natural. I can still see my freckles on my nose, but the redness in my skin has been concealed and overall looks more even-toned. However, it’s buildable on the areas that need a little more coverage, without the consequence of it looking heavy. I’m not sure what kind of ‘clean-girl’ sorcery Chantecaille have enabled to make this happen, but I’m impressed. In terms of being photo-friendly, I have to agree. I recently did a shoot with the Who What Wear UK team and wore this for my shots, and it looked as good on camera as it did IRL.

The only thing I will note is that the shade range could be more inclusive, as there are currently just the 15 shades to choose from which lean towards the light end of the spectrum. Also, the thought of spending £80 on a foundation makes my bank account scream, but, for a special occasion like a wedding, this makes a wonderful investment. If I were getting married, I would say I do to wearing this.

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