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Chambor Silver Shadow Powder Compact Review!

Chambor Silver Shadow Powder Compact Review!

ISLM Writer: Hina

Hellooooo beautiessss
Hope everyone is doing awesome!!!!! Here I am back with another review of Chambor Silver shadow powder compact in the shade #RR2 Rose Pal.

Price of Chambor Silver Shadow Powder Compact: 

INR 945 for compact + free refill pan (at the time when I purchased!)


16 g x 2 = 32 g

Product Info from Chambor:

“A compact is a must have for all women of today & Chambor Brings to you Silver Shadow – a magical compact which will give you the flawless finish required in a jiffy."
Translucent press powder that has excellent blending ability. It fixes the foundation to complete the base makeup. Non Comedogenic. Dermatologist tested.


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This compact comes in a pretty classy and beautiful navy blue and silver rimmed triangular shaped casing. It has the trademark Chambor rose on the top side with the name, shade and quantity on the underside.  It has a tiny hole at its underside. By inserting a pin through the tiny hole provided at the underside of the compact the pan can be refilled once it is used up. The refill pan I got as a freebie. The inbuilt mirror and puff applicator both are of very good quality. It has a push button that you have to push to open the compact. It shuts tight and there is no chance of any accidental opening. This makes it very easy and convenient to carry in your purse or handbag.


The texture is satiny silky and smooth to touch. It is not at all chalky and has a very light sheen. It blends very well when applied on the face and gives a smooth, matte look.  The powder has a mild fragrance which disappears after some time.


It gives sheer coverage, smoothening the skin surface and adding just that right amount of natural makeup. A little goes a long way. It gives a dewy fresh finish which provides a healthy glow to my skin.

Staying power: 

Keeps skin oil free and gives a fresh looking face for a good 5-6 hours when you are travelling or outdoors.

Shade selection:

RR1 – Ivoire
RR2 – Rose Pal
RR3 – Sable
RR5 – Noisette

The Good’s:

1. Amazing smooth silky texture which blends easily giving a natural sheen.
2. Does not break your skin.
3. Keeps your skin oil free for a good 5-6 hours.
4. Non comodogenic.
5. Little goes a long way.
6. Sturdy and classy packaging.
7. Dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested.

The Bad’s:

1. No SPF.
2. Limited shade selection.
3. Contains parabens.

Final Say:

An awesome investment as you get refill pan free of cost so you get twice of 16grams , i.e., 32 gms of product. It is totally worth the price and is a great compact for daily wear. Will really last a long time. It gives a dewy fresh finish to the skin. The price justifies the quantity and the high end product quality.

Will I repurchase this? 


ISLM Rating: 



  1. This compact is so finely milled. I love the way it feels.. very light weight and breezy.


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