Chanel Attirance Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss
Chanel Attirance Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss ($32.00 for 0.28 fl. oz.) is described as a “coppery beige.” It’s a peach and copper-shimmered orange-brown. It’s orange without being loudmouth orange; it’s not neon or bold, as the orange is tempered by warm brown undertones. Bobbi Brown Canary is more golden, less color in its base. Chanel Calypso is redder, more opaque, and less shimmery. MAC Secret Identity is a bit more orange. NARS Hopi is browner.
Attirance has semi-opaque color coverage; there’s a lot of shimmer, while the base color adds warmth and gives lips a more orange appearance. I still saw some translucency to the color, so I wouldn’t call it opaque, though the formula is supposed to be “color-rich,” non-sticky, and have “high-shine.” Chanel nailed the glossiness; Attirance is incredibly high-shine and reflective. It has comfortable, long-wearing (five hours), and hydrating feel on the lips.
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Do you break out the pastels come springtime? I picked five of my favorite shades for spring, some punchier than others, and nothing too light/pale. I’d love to hear yours!
- Chanel Emprise — peachy beige
- Zoya Piaf — shimmery, pale yellow
- Butter London Dosh — springy, yellow green
- Essie Cascade Cool — cool-toned pink
- Zoya Marley — pale purple