|I have already used this a bit and the individual shades haven't merged together|
Soleil Tan de Chanel Poudre Soleil 4 Lumieres - 537 Bronze Corail
I really wasn't intending to get anything from Chanel Summer (honestly!) and only had a general look at the products, but when I went to buy a Rouge Coco Shine (in Biaritz), I tested out this compact and was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked it.
|the last swatch on right is all the shades blended together|
The first shade is a warm golden tan, then a pale peachy highlight sort of colour followed by a chocolatey-brown (which I love as an eye colour on it's own), then a pretty peachy coral blush shade.
I really like the colours on their own and as each section is a decent width I can easily pick up the colour to use, but the effect when blended together is a beautiful bronze which I hadn't expected.
When using the brush in the compact the colours do not merge together if the brush is swiped across the whole palette which is a nice touch.
I haven't really got into Chanel's powder products before but I like the texture of the powder as it is soft, smooth and well pigmented (although not really as much as something like RBR). If I am using blended together, I only need to lightly apply as it gives a good level of bronze effect to the skin (without any orange tones). I think I would be a bit more liberal if I was using them on the eyes (especially the golden tan shade as that the closest to my skintone).
Overall I love the versatility of this palette as I feel I am getting eyeshadow, bronzer, blush and highlight in one.