Wednesday, July 20th, 2011


Thierry Mugler Feeling Rouge Unique Lipstick

Thierry Mugler Rouge Unique Lipstick

Thierry Mugler Feeling Rouge Unique Lipstick ($28.00 for 0.12 oz.) is described as a “fruity pink with light transparency.” It’s more than just plain ol’ pink. At first glance, this seemed like a color that would be easy to describe, but I found it more difficult when I went to do so! It’s a lightened coral-pink-red with gold and pink micro-shimmer and a semi-frosted sheen. It almost looks coral, but then it seems dominated by pink, and then it’s darker than just pink. The color coverage is semi-opaque, and the color deposited fairly evenly across the lips without much effort.

Feeling wore four and half hours on me, but unlike Dream, it did not leave behind a stain (which is fine, but just worth noting). The formula on this was creamy but had less slip compared to Dream (which also had a glossier finish and more translucence in the overall color). This shade was moisturizing, though, and I didn’t detect any scent or taste. The creaminess of the formula still allowed for easy application.

Bobbi Brown Raspberry Pink is a little redder but similar. Chanel Taffeta Rose and Elizabeth Arden Tulip are similar but brighter. MAC Naughty You is somewhat similar in base color but the lack of oapcity and glitter makes them look rather different.

It’s packaged in a slim metal tube that’s shiny, so while it does hold fingerprints, the reflective surface makes it harder to see them unless you look closely. The lipstick itself is shaped like a faceted jewel, which is fun to look at, but it doesn’t affect application in any way. It has enough heft that it doesn’t feel cheap, but it’s still lightweight overall and travel-friendly.

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Thierry Mugler Feeling Rouge Unique Lipstick Review, Photos, Swatches

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If you have found a lot of the popular fuchsia pink shades too bright for you, Feeling might be on that fine line of bright and punchy and wearable. It's not tame, but it's not neon.

Product

9.5/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

10/10

Longevity

8.5/10

Application

4.5/5

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Monday, July 18th, 2011


Thierry Mugler Dream Rouge Unique Lipstick

Thierry Mugler Rouge Unique Lipstick

Thierry Mugler Dream Rouge Unique Lipstick ($28.00 for 0.12 oz.) is described as a “chimerical purple, haunting, dark, and translucent.” It’s a berry-grape with subtle ruby red and purple micro-shimmer strewn through the base color, which does have a translucent appearance without being sheer. The color coverage is semi-opaque, and Dream wore five hours on me and left behind a residual stain that wore on for another hour or so. It has a naturally glossy finish, and it’s very moisturizing. The creaminess of the formula enables it to glide on easily, and the color deposits evenly without a big fuss. I couldn’t detect any scent or taste.

Guerlain Bee has a very similar texture but the color is redder. MAC Rebel is brighter and pinker. Milani Sexy Rose is pinker, less berry, and has a frosted finish.

It’s packaged in a slim metal tube that’s shiny, so while it does hold fingerprints, the reflective surface makes it harder to see them unless you look closely. The lipstick itself is shaped like a faceted jewel, which is fun to look at, but it doesn’t affect application in any way. It has enough heft that it doesn’t feel cheap, but it’s still lightweight overall and travel-friendly.

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Thierry Mugler Rouge Unique Lipstick Review, Photos, Swatches

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This is a great color for fall, because it's dark and vampy, but the translucent appearance of the color keeps it from being overwhelmingly dark. I wish their distribution was larger, because online-only shopping can be frustrating!

Product

9.5/10

Pigmentation

9.5/10

Texture

9.5/10

Longevity

9/10

Application

4.5/5

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Monday, May 17th, 2010

Thierry Mugler Gold Collection

Thierry Mugler Gold Collection for Summer 2010

“Gold is the most beautiful and precious source of light. It gives every woman an exceptional aura, like only a sun goddess of an evening would.” — Thierry Mugler

It is the divine nature of the material that has truly inspired Thierry Mugler. The ,wonderment that gold causes when it sweeps over skin and eyes invites each one of us to embrace new horizons. Gold rules over matter and reveals its magic in all its forms: caressing patinas, radiating stones, sensual lamés… Thierry Mugler reinvents gold to offer each and everyone a new kind of perfection, fluid and daring. Radiant divinity, heroine of the light, solar butterflies, it’s your turn to enjoy composing your own partition. As with every Color Event, the Gold Collection has new treasures:

Precious Gold Stones ($60.00)

Wonderful baroque nuggets, precious beads with fanciful shapes for instantly bewitching eyes: dazzling in the warmth of this marvelous luxury, they are reflected in the mirror of their elegant see-through silver compact.

  • Gold Dust Golden glints for day and night seduction

Ombre Stellaire ($40.00)

Intense and precious, seemingly flowing from a stream of pure gold, the Gold Leaf eyeshadow unravels its silky-soft golden pressed powder. Filled with dazzling particles, this color catches the light as if by magic, and sprinkles eyelids with spectacular golden glints. Its stunning effects make eyes sparkle with a glittering and glistening glow.

  • Gold Leaf Gold leaf effect for magnetic eyes

Latex Gloss ($33.00)

In this collection, LATEX GLOSS comes in five new, very chic and highly pigmented shades: lacquered, iridescent or sequined, colors result from a sublime balance of sensual elegance and mouth-watering daring. Their ultra glossy aspect, with fruit jelly colors and a honey flavour, sends the senses senseless.

  • Raspberry (2) Raspberry pink coulis, good enough to eat
  • Hearty Pink (3) Fresh pink with sequined effects, delicious like a sweet
  • Light Pink (4) Seemingly subtle pink, enriched with shimmering particles
  • Beige (5) Rosy-beige, bewitched by a pearly shimmer
  • Chocolate Brown (6) Rich brown, irresistible and melting like milk chocolate

Availability: May 2010

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