In this video I’m talking about Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation. I picked it up in my Harrods Haul last year. I hoarded it for a few months before I stared using it.
This is my most expensive liquid foundation ml for ml. It is £60 for thirty grams, but Chantecaille is a luxury (ie expensive) brand. It is formulated for normal to dry skin. On my combo skin it is light and provides medium to full coverage. It performs as well as other luxury foundations that I have used like Charlotte Tilbury and Lancome. Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation doesn’t oxidise but it does transfer a little – something a little powder can sort out.
I really wish that Chantecaille would extend their shade ranges in their tinted moisturiser, powder foundation and especially their concealer. If they can make deep shades in a gel formulation they can definitely do it in a powder and a liquid. The reason for my rant however is the way the Chantecaille chose to package this product.