I bought this as a little birthday pressie to myself last week - nothing like a bit of Chanel self-gifting, wha? I'm a major fan of cream eyeshadows in general, so it was inevitable I was gonna pick up one of these babies.
I got the shade 'Illusoire' and it's totally gorgeous. I found it really difficult to take a photo of it that showed just how lovely the colour is - as you can see from the photo of the pot, it's a grey-ish purple but in some lights it looks taupe. It's very metallic with lots of very fine multi-coloured glitter.
The brush that comes with this is actually ok - you need a firm brush to work with these shadows as they have a very dense mousse-like texture. The alternative is to use your fingers, and this is the better option as far as I'm concerned. It's what I like most about cream eyeshadows - you can just lash them on with your fingers.
I didn't find this as long wearing as Benefit Creaseless Cream Eyeshadows. I did get some creasing when I wore it without a primer (I wouldn't normally use primer with cream eyeshadows) but I got a full day of wear out of it once I used Urban Decay's Primer Potion underneath.
These shadows come in six shades and are €28 for 4g. They're expensive but they're beautiful and I think they would last you for ages as they're very pigmented and a little goes a long way. I'm also really tempted by Epetant (which, of course, is known as Elephant in my head), a gorgeous, gorgeous green.
Here's some photos of Illusoire - please excuse my eyebrows, which are going mad in anticipation of their first threading next week :-)