Posted by Ankita Srivastava | Posted in Chambor, Face, Product Reviews | Posted on 24-03-2016
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Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation – Review
Price : Rs 1495 for 25 ml
Chambor launched a 4 piece capsule collection called Orosa a few months back and I just received the foundation, shadow stick and lipstick for review last week. The first product I dived into was the foundation which I had been very curious about. The packaging and look of the products is gorgeous and the rose gold metallic finish gives this collection a very luxurious, high end feel.
The foundation comes in a slim frosted glass bottle with a dropper mechanism. While this kind of packaging is being favoured by several high end brands for new age serum-like foundations, I found is to be slightly cumbersome as the dropper was very wobbly. Its quite possible that I had a defective piece. The foundation has a very thin, runny texture and it has a very smooth feel due to the high percentage of silicones in the formula. Its blends very easily into the skin on this account and settles down to a luminous matte finish and has a slightly powdery feel (doesn’t look powdery though) because of the presence of talc. Despite the matte finish, and the formula doesn’t catch on to any areas of dryness and gives a very natural, skin-like finish. I would still recommend prepping your skin well with moisturiser if you have dry skin because this is a matte foundation after all. The coverage is quite sheer – just enough to even things out a little but for areas of hyper pigmentation and spots etc, you would need to go in with a concealer. It is suitable for everyday wear and for people who prefer a light-medium coverage base.