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Chanel Ingenue & Interlude Rouge Coco Shines

Chanel Ingenue Rouge Coco Shine
Chanel Ingenue Rouge Coco Shine

Chanel Ingenue Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a soft, yellow tangerine with a glossy shine. On lips, it looked like gold-shimmered peach, and because it was semi-opaque, my natural lip color seemed to mute some of the brightness of the color. Because of the lightness of this shade, it didn’t look as even applied as some of the other shades I’ve tried. It lasted three and a half hours, which is short of average, but was slightly moisturizing while I wore it. Chanel Sentiment is similar but less glossy. Edward Bess Forbidden Flower is warmer, more opaque. MAC Shy Girl is less warm-toned. MAC In a Heartbeat is pinker. See comparison swatches.

Interlude Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a warm-toned, pink-coral with a soft shine. It wasn’t as glossy as Ingenue. It had semi-opaque color with some translucency but quite a bit of color–true to the finish and feel of the Rouge Coco Shine, but with more amplified color, as promised. This shade wore three hours on me, as the formula of the Rouge Coco Shines tends to be very creamy and slick (and while very comfortable to wear, shorter on wear). Chanel Sentiment is warmer. Tom Ford Frolic is similar but more shimmery. NARS Montego Bay is more matte. MAC Reel Sexy is lighter. MAC Razzledazzler is slightly less pink. MAC Ever Hip
MAC Coral Bliss is pinker, lighter. See comparison swatches.

If you like the feel of lipstick-lip balm hybrid products but found Chanel’s Rouge Coco Shine to be lacking in pigment, you may enjoy the new additions to the range, which were all designed to have more pigmentation.  The consistency is creamy, slick (almost wet but not quite), and lightweight.  It’s a comfortable formula to wear, but you may need to reapply more frequently than with a more traditional lipstick.

Ingenue
Ingenue
9
Product
9.5
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
7.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
89%
Total
Interlude

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Chanel Pink Lagoon Stylo Eyeshadow

Chanel Pink Lagoon Stylo Eyeshadow
Chanel Pink Lagoon Stylo Eyeshadow

Chanel Pink Lagoon Stylo Eyeshadow ($34.00 for 0.05 oz.) is warm, medium pink with a frosted finish. It almost reads coral-pink against my warmer complexion. MAC Rose is less shimmery, darker. Urban Decay Scratch is less pink. Inglot #359 is matte, lighter. See comparison swatches.

With Chanel’s new cream eyeshadow pencils, I’ve had mixed results, but luckily, Pink Lagoon was a hit for me. It has a cool feel when the product touches the skin, and the texture is very slick and feels almost wet. It glided across the skin easily without pulling or tugging on the lid, and it deposited even, semi-sheer color (it’s buildable to about semi-opaque). When I tested it, Pink Lagoon lasted just over eight hours well on me without creasing or fading, and there was minor fall out (but not a lot, as compared to other shades I’ve tried).

Pink Lagoon
Pink Lagoon
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
10
Texture
8
Longevity
5
Application
93%
Total

Chanel Grace & Sentiment Rouge Coco Lipsticks

 

Chanel Grace Rouge Coco Lipstick
Chanel Grace Rouge Coco Lipstick

Chanel Grace Rouge Coco Lipstick ($34.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a warm-toned, reddish plum with a soft golden pearl. It had mostly opaque color coverage, and the consistency was smooth and creamy enough that it didn’t tug or pull at lips. It was neither hydrating nor drying and lasted four and a half hours when I wore it. NARS Falbala is cooler-toned. NARS Beautiful Liar is warmer. MAC One of a Kind is sheerer. Guerlain Quand Vient l’Ete is slightly lighter. Giorgio Armani #526 is more muted. Chanel Bel Ami is slightly less warm-toned. See comparison swatches.

Sentiment Rouge Coco Lipstick ($34.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a warm, light-medium peach with a soft, slightly frosted sheen. It had mostly opaque color. The consistency was lightly creamy and glided across the lips smoothly. The color deposited slightly unevenly, though.  It was very slightly hydrating, and it lasted four hours. NARS Biscayne Park is warmer. MAC Style Surger is brighter. MAC Reel Sexy is slightly pinker. MAC Razzledazzler is a smidgen darker. MAC Ever Hip is pinker. Estee Lauder Naked is more matte. Burberry Devon Sunset is slightly darker. See comparison swatches.

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Chanel Suspense and Synopsis Rouge Coco Shines

Chanel Suspense Rouge Coco Shine
Chanel Suspense Rouge Coco Shine

Chanel Suspense Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is brightened, fuchsia pink with a luminous sheen and cool undertones. It had mostly opaque color with some very light translucency. Suspense lasted just under four hours on me, which is longer than the average Rough Coco Shine and just under average for lipsticks in general (on me). Revlon Sorbet is a smidgen lighter, less pigmented. Too Faced So Berry Sexy is cooler-toned, less fuchsia. MAC Lickable is less red. Guerlain Gigi is brighter. Guerlain Champs-Elysees is darker. See comparison swatches.

Synopsis Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a softly, warmed-up medium brown with faint shimmer. Once applied, it looks less brown and warmer and slightly rosy (because of the natural pink tones in my lip color). It had semi-opaque color payoff with some translucency, and it lasted for three hours on me. shu uemura Dream Orange is lighter. MAC Glamour Era is less shimmery. MAC Mellowarm is similar. Guerlain Gracieuse is lighter. Guerlain Brun Satin is less pigmented. Benefit Saucy is warmer. See comparison swatches.

These are two more of eight new shades being added to the Rouge Coco Shine formula range, and the new shades are specifically designed to be more pigmented (“colour-rich”), as the Rouge Coco Shine formula normally has sheer color (by choice).  The consistency is lightweight, thin, and very emollient, as they feel like a lip balm/lipstick hybrid.  Suspense was moderately hydrating on me, while Synopsis was lightly hydrating.   Both shades lasted longer than the sheerer shades wear on me, but they are still a bit short compared to regular lipsticks so be prepared for more frequent reapplication.

Suspense
Suspense
Synopsis
Synopsis
8.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
7.5
Longevity
5
Application
90%
Total

Chanel Provocation and Starlet Le Vernis

Chanel Provocation Le Vernis Nail Colour
Chanel Provocation Le Vernis Nail Colour

Chanel Provocation Le Vernis Nail Colour ($27.00 for 0.40 fl. oz.) is a deep, purple burgundy with a cream finish. The polish applied flawlessly without bubbling, streaking, or pooling along the edges. It had a nicely balanced consistency that wasn’t too thick or too thin, so it was fully opaque in two coats and spread evenly across the nail. I typically get a week of wear out of Chanel’s lacquer formula with minor tip wear but no chipping. I believe this shade was previously released, as well, so you may have it in your stash. Urban Decay Wrecked is darker. MAC Purple Majesty is darker. MAC Blueblood is also darker. Chanel Accessoire is a bit darker, less purple. Rescue Beauty Lounge Drifter is nearly the same. China Glaze Velvet Bow is redder. Zoya Anja is very similar, slightly darker. See comparison swatches.

Starlet Le Vernis Nail Colour ($27.00 for 0.40 fl. oz.) is a warm-toned, coral with a hint of pink and a subtle pearl. I think this shade may be particularly flattering on cooler complexions, as it really pulls an odd red tone out of my warmer complexion. The consistency wasn’t too thick or too thin, and it was opaque after I applied two coats. It was easy to apply, and I didn’t have any trouble with the color streaking or bubbling. Butter London Trout Pout was the only shade that was really similar that I could think of, though it’s warmer. China Glaze Pink Plumeria is several shades darker and pinker. See comparison swatches.

Starlet
Starlet
9
Product
9
Pigmentation
10
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
93%
Total

Chanel Dialogue and Fiction Rouge Coco Shines

Chanel Dialogue Rouge Coco Shine
Chanel Dialogue Rouge Coco Shine

Chanel Dialogue Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a subtly warm-toned, medium red. I think it’s almost neutral, so if you have a cooler complexion, it may read more neutral to neutral-cool. It had semi-opaque color payoff and yielded a good amount of color while having a slight translucency that gave it a lighter-weight look on the lips (true to the Rouge Coco Shine texture, feel, and look). It lasted four hours, which is good for a Shine in experience. Revlon Wild Watermelon is a bit lighter. Chanel Amant is slightly warmer. Guerlain Coque d’Or is more shimmery. Dior Lady is similar. See comparison swatches.

Fiction Rouge Coco Shine ($34.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a pinky-berry with cool undertones. It had semi-opaque color payoff with a light translucency, so the natural lip color will still influence the overall color that you see. It lasted around four hours on me. MAC Lush Life is darker. MAC Scan-delicious is pinker. Guerlain Lou-Ling is similar. Guerlain Pour Troubler is also similar. Guerlain Guet-Apens is darker. See comparison swatches.

These are two of eight new shades being added to the Rouge Coco Shine formula range, and the new shades are specifically designed to be more pigmented (“colour-rich”), as the Rouge Coco Shine formula normally has sheer color (by choice). The consistency is lightweight, creamy, and slick–it feels like a lip balm and lipstick hybrid, so it’s emollient and can slide around a bit. I didn’t have any issues with either of these deeper shades feathering or bleeding, though. They were lightly moisturizing, but Rouge Coco Shines are never quite as hydrating as touted for me.

Dialogue
Dialogue
Fiction
Fiction