The time has come again for me to purchase a Chantecaille palette, as I've hit pan in all four colors of my Chantecaille Sylvie's Personal Palette. I love the quads because they're luxe and weighty, yet great to travel with. I expect to bring both palettes on my trip to Cabo next week--no pans of MAC shadows and blushes needed, I've got all I need with Chantecaille (and a vast horde of skincare samples I've amassed).
Fall 2010's Tiger in the Wild palette comes with four flattering shades: cream, pewter and indigo for the eyes and a persimmon blush enclosed in a gunmetal grey packaging with a dark blue, silky pouch for travel. It's quite similar to the Sylvie palette, but I can thankfully tell them apart before opening as the Sylvie palette has a plum tint to the gunmetal, along with a rigid metallic plum pouch.
The shadows and blush, as always from Chantecaille are supremely smooth and exceptionally fine milled. I don't recommend Chantecaille for those who like bold and adventurous looks, but I find the chic and classy colors right up my alley.
I've swatched the colors on my arm in various lightings (please ignore the arm fuzz, sorry), and attached a photo of the eye makeup that Fernando (possessor of amazing hair/Chantecaille global makeup artist) applied at the Neiman Marcus Palo Alto beauty event (you can keep an eye out for when Chantecaille events may pop up in your area here).