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Lancome Rouge In Love Lipcolor & Le Vernis

 

 


Lancome Rouge In Love Lipcolor & Le Vernis

Fall in love with lipstick again as Lancôme launches its longest wearing lipstick yet – Rouge In Love. Wrapped in delectable shine, this wardrobe of high potency color is the perfect high fashion accessory for your lips. The petite silver case houses a full-sized bullet, while stocking-inspired red stitching accents the back. Lancôme’s new ambassadress, Emma Watson, is the fresh face of Rouge In Love. The ideal embodiment of modern romanticism, Emma continues to enchant us with her spontaneity and style.

Rouge In Love Lipcolor ($25.00)

  • Rouge Rendez Vous Pinkish beige
  • Delicate Lace Nude mauve-y rose
  • Divine Seduction Deep coppery brown
  • Cocoa Couture Deep reddish brown
  • Jolie Rosalie Natural mauve
  • Sultry Simplicity Chocolate brown
  • Roses in Love Rosy pink
  • Lasting Kiss Nude pinkish brown
  • Rose Boudoir Bright rose-y pink
  • Violette Coquette Deep violette
  • Midnight Rose Fuchsia
  • Sweet Embrace Nude baby pink
  • Fiery Attitude Deep berry wine
  • Jolis Matins Soft peach
  • Corail in Love Pink-y coral
  • Miss Coquelicot Bright coral
  • Madame Tulipe Light coppery red
  • Sequence of Love Cool true red
  • Rouge Valentine Clean warm red
  • Rouge Saint Honore Deep warm red
  • Ever So Sweet Fresh peach-y pink

Vernis In Love ($15.00)

  • Cristal Quartz Sheer
  • Rouge In Love Red
  • Rouge Valentine Pink-red
  • Miss Coquelicot Raspberry red
  • Chocolate Mordore Brown
  • Rose Plumeti Soft pink
  • Jolie Rosalie Pink
  • Rose Pitimini Rose
  • Rose Soft rose
  • Rose Boudoir Fuchsia rose
  • Gris Angora Gray
  • Violette Coquette Violet
  • Midnight Rose Berry
  • Rouge Reglisse Brown-red
  • Noir Angora Teal

availability: February 2012; Vernis In Love exclusively at Nordstrom and lancome.com from February 2012 through April 2012; at all counters in May 2012

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Guerlain Chant d’Aromes (103) Rouge Automatique Lipstick

Guerlain Chant d'Aromes (103) Rouge Automatique Lipstick
Guerlain Chant d’Aromes (103) Rouge Automatique Lipstick

Guerlain Chant d’Aromes (103) Rouge Automatique Lipstick

Guerlain Chant d’Aromes (103) Rouge Automatique Lipstick ($35.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a warm beige-brown with a lighter beige shimmer. The color coverage is mostly opaque. MAC Dressmaker, Dressmaker is similar but a little more orange and has less shimmer. MAC Viva Glam VI is a little redder but they look similar on my lips. Guerlain Grace is also similar but less warm. MAC Lush Amber is similar but less opaque.

Even though Rouge G still comes out on top as my favorite lipstick (just ever-so-slightly), Rouge Automatique is easily in my top ten (maybe top five even).  It’s long-wearing, lightweight, feels comfortable to wear, and the finish is always luminous, which gives lips a healthy, luscious look.  The wear is between four to eight hours, but Chant d’Aromes wears just over five for me when I trialed it.  The consistency is creamy enough to enable an easy glide across the lips, but it’s not so full of slip that it slides around the lips.  For more packaging photos, please see this post.

Guerlain Rouge Automatique Lip Color Chant d'Aromes
10
Product
10
Pigmentation
10
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
98%
Total

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China Glaze & Hunger Games Collection (Part 2)

China Glaze Hunger Games Nail Lacquer
China Glaze Hunger Games Nail Lacquer

China Glaze & Hunger Games Collection: Colours from the Capitol

China Glaze Colours from the Capitol Collection is slated for March launch. It features twelve shades with each shade being named after a different district. This post features these six: Hook and Line, Luxe and Lush, Mahogany Magic, Riveting, Smoke and Ashes, and Stone Cold. Reader Kim did an excellent job explaining the names-to-district component.

  • Hook and Line is a warm gray with threads of pale silver. This shade is named after District 4 for fishing. It’s opaque in two coats, but this is a little thick, streaky, and has a ton of brush strokes. The color is a little reminiscent of Zoya Dove but it’s darker and warmer.
  • Luxe and Lush is a duochrome top coat with various sizes of flakies that reflect gold and pink with a little blue. This shade is named after District 1 for luxury. I applied two coats so you could see it on its own as well as over Smoke and Ashes. I don’t have a dupe for this shade. The closest I could think of were Zoya’s Fleck Effects.
  • Mahogany Magic is a warm brown with a yellow base. It was opaque in two coats. This shade is named for District 7 for lumber. Illamasqua Taint is a cooler-toned brown. Chanel Khaki Rose is lighter.
  • Riveting is a vibrant orange with orange-tinted gold shimmer. It was opaque in two coats. This shade is named for District 3 for technology. Zoya Tanzy is a little lighter and has more shimmer/glitter. Nubar Arencia is similar but a touch darker. Milani Metal Gear is darker and the shimmer doesn’t appear as light.
  • Smoke and Ashes is an inky blue-based black with green and blue shimmer. It was opaque in two coats. This shade is named for District 12 for mining. The base color reminded me of Zoya Cynthia a bit, but it’s blacker. Cult Nails Living Water has a similar look but the shimmer is more dominant and leans bluer.
  • Stone Cold is a soft black with silver shimmer–and it’s matte. This shade is named for District 2 for masonry. It’s similar to Nubar Midnight and MAC Butterfly. Orly Iron Butterfly should also be a dupe.

The consistency of Hook and Line was the worst; a little thick, not quite goopy but close, which all resulted in a streaky finish. I had better luck with Riveting, Smoke and Ashes, and Stone Cold, which were easy to apply and didn’t have any consistency concerns–they weren’t too thick or too thin and applied evenly without bubbling or pooling along the sides. Luxe and Lush has a thicker consistency, which actually helps the flakies distribute fairly evenly over the nail.  Mahogany Magic was on the thicker side, but it wasn’t as problematic as Hook and Line.

China Glaze & Hunger Games Collection (Part 2)

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Free for Haul Friday, Volume #119

Welcome to Free For Haul Friday!

  • Haul:  NARS Bleecker Street collection
  • Weekend plans:  Trying to get through all the photos I took this week!
  • Are you an accessories kind of person?:   I’m trying to be, but I’m not usually!  I’ve been trying to wear more scarves and earrings lately.

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