Chanel Bourgeoisie, Burnt Sugar, Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Glosses Reviews, Photos, Swatches

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Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss

Bourgeoisie

Chanel Bourgeoisie Rouge Coco Gloss ($30.00 for 0.19 fl. oz.) is a medium-dark, rosy mauve with neutral-to-cool undertones and a moderate amount of light pink sparkle. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that went on somewhat unevenly. I felt like it was easy to get “lines” any time I pressed my lips together as the gloss had a creamier, more slippery feel on the lips compared to some shades. I could feel some of the shimmer/sparkle on the lips but only occasionally. The color lasted for three and a half hours and was hydrating on me.

The formula is supposed to have “intense shine, hydration” with a “gel-like texture” with shades that vary from “sheer to opaque” in coverage. The consistency has a smooth, lightweight texture that can feel more like a gel-like texture with some of the sheerer shades and more like a cream and gel hybrid with more opaque shades. It’s a formula that’s comfortable to wear with light tackiness that lasts anywhere from two to five hours and is hydrating over time. There was a strong, mirror-like shine across the shades that was very reminiscent of the prior Glossimer formula. There was a faint floral scent, and with some shades, I got a subtle taste of perfume. The doe foot applicator was more unique (at least, to me) with a very curved edge that was great for my bottom lip while flipping it gave me a more paddle-shaped edge that worked better for my top lip. I would love to see Chanel introduce color descriptions on their retail website, especially for a formula like this where there can be such a huge difference in pigmentation (and finish) from one shade to the next that isn’t obvious from a product photo.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$30.00/0.19 oz. - $157.89 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “intense shine, hydration” with a “gel-like texture” with shades that vary from “sheer to opaque” in coverage. The consistency has a smooth, lightweight texture that can feel more like a gel-like texture with some of the sheerer shades and more like a cream and gel hybrid with more opaque shades. It’s a formula that’s comfortable to wear with light tackiness that lasts anywhere from two to four hours and is hydrating over time.

There was a strong, mirror-like shine across the shades that was very reminiscent of the prior Glossimer formula. There was a faint floral scent, and with some shades, I got a subtle taste of perfume. The doe foot applicator was more unique (at least, to me) with a very curved edge that was great for my bottom lip while flipping it gave me a more paddle-shaped edge that worked better for my top lip.

I would love to see Chanel introduce color descriptions on their retail website, especially for a formula like this where there can be such a huge difference in pigmentation (and finish) from one shade to the next that isn’t obvious from a product photo.

Browse all of our Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss swatches.

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Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss

Burnt Sugar

Chanel Burnt Sugar Rouge Coco Gloss ($30.00 for 0.19 fl. oz.) is a medium-dark, reddish plum with warm undertones and fine, gold and copper pearl. It had medium, somewhat buildable coverage that spread easily across the lips, but it did not appear as even as I would have liked. The shine was great, and the feel of the gloss was comfortable and hydrating as long as I wore it. This shade wore well for four hours on me.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$30.00/0.19 oz. - $157.89 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “intense shine, hydration” with a “gel-like texture” with shades that vary from “sheer to opaque” in coverage. The consistency has a smooth, lightweight texture that can feel more like a gel-like texture with some of the sheerer shades and more like a cream and gel hybrid with more opaque shades. It’s a formula that’s comfortable to wear with light tackiness that lasts anywhere from two to four hours and is hydrating over time.

There was a strong, mirror-like shine across the shades that was very reminiscent of the prior Glossimer formula. There was a faint floral scent, and with some shades, I got a subtle taste of perfume. The doe foot applicator was more unique (at least, to me) with a very curved edge that was great for my bottom lip while flipping it gave me a more paddle-shaped edge that worked better for my top lip.

I would love to see Chanel introduce color descriptions on their retail website, especially for a formula like this where there can be such a huge difference in pigmentation (and finish) from one shade to the next that isn’t obvious from a product photo.

Browse all of our Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss swatches.

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Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss
Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss

Rose Pulpe

Chanel Rose Pulpe Rouge Coco Gloss ($30.00 for 0.19 fl. oz.) is a light-medium pink with cooler undertones and a smattering of lighter pink sparkle. It had semi-sheer coverage–it muted my lip freckle and turned my lips much pinker. The consistency was smooth, gel-like, and comfortable to wear as it had little tackiness and was hydrating. There was a smidgen of color that gathered in my lip lines, but the mirror-like shine made it less apparent from a normal viewing distance. This shade lasted for two and a half hours on me.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$30.00/0.19 oz. - $157.89 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have “intense shine, hydration” with a “gel-like texture” with shades that vary from “sheer to opaque” in coverage. The consistency has a smooth, lightweight texture that can feel more like a gel-like texture with some of the sheerer shades and more like a cream and gel hybrid with more opaque shades. It’s a formula that’s comfortable to wear with light tackiness that lasts anywhere from two to four hours and is hydrating over time.

There was a strong, mirror-like shine across the shades that was very reminiscent of the prior Glossimer formula. There was a faint floral scent, and with some shades, I got a subtle taste of perfume. The doe foot applicator was more unique (at least, to me) with a very curved edge that was great for my bottom lip while flipping it gave me a more paddle-shaped edge that worked better for my top lip.

I would love to see Chanel introduce color descriptions on their retail website, especially for a formula like this where there can be such a huge difference in pigmentation (and finish) from one shade to the next that isn’t obvious from a product photo.

Browse all of our Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss swatches.

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I now have four of the new glosses: Rose Pulpe, Tendresse, Amarena, and Confusion. They’re gorgeous glosses and I find them very hydrating. I can wear them all day without developing any flakiness which is a problem I usually have with most gloss formulas. The old Glossimers were beautiful and I really liked them, but they did nothing to hydrate or soothe my lips. The new RC Glosses do both 🙂 I also like the larger applicator although, in truth, having a side for the lower lip and a side for the upper lip seems a bit gimmicky to me although I’m sure that ladies with a full lower lip will appreciate the curve. For me, it really doesn’t matter which side I use to apply the gloss to my upper and lower lips. The result is the same–a smooth, even distribution of product. I’ve worn my glosses alone, under a lipstick, over a lipstick, or over a coordinating lip pencil and have been pleased with the results and wear every time. If people can just get over their disappointment about Glossimers being discontinued, I think they’ll find much to love with these new ones.

I don’t know that the applicator is designed that way – I was just stating how I felt it worked best for me 🙂

When I was at a Chanel event, the MA’s were telling people that the curved side was for the lower lip and the flat side was for the upper lip for more precise definition. Hey, as far as I’m concerned, whatever works is the best side 🙂

Burnt Sugar is just right for me as a quick, easy summer lipgloss! I love the gold and copper sparkle in it. ?

Rose Pulpe is very pretty, too. But it may be a hint to light against my skin.

Haha! And of the types of lip products, glosses are a product I don’t like to linger for too long once they’re used.

Love these!
So glad to hear they are comparable to my beloved Glossimers!
Will be picking up several my next trip through Delhi Duty Free.
(Yes, they have Chanel & MAC at Delhi’s international airport in addition to the usual Lancome, Clarins & such. The prices aren’t any better than what you’d see in an American dept store though.)

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