Chanel Fleur d'Eau & Crazy Fuchsia Glossimers Reviews, Photos, Swatches

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer ($29.50 for 0.20 fl. oz.) is described as a “jelly coral.” It’s a semi-sheer coral with a glossy, high-shine finish. It seems more coral-tinted, as it just adds warmth and a slight orange-red tint to the natural lip color while still being rather translucent–which I think fits with the “jelly” part of the description. The consistency was non-sticky, comfortable to wear, and lasted for three hours on me while being lightly hydrating. Dior Pink Excess (663) (LE, $29.50) is more sparkly. Chanel Sunny (188) (P, $29.50) seems lighter but looks similar applied. Josie Maran Timeless Coral (P, $18.00) is pinker. NARS Salamanca (P, $26.00) is redder. Urban Decay Streak (P, $20.00) is very similar. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer ($29.50 for 0.20 fl. oz.) is described as a “metallic magenta.” It’s a slightly muted, medium-dark fuchsia-berry with fuchsia and silver shimmer. It had mostly opaque color coverage which applied evenly and smoothly–so exciting to finally see a more full coverage Glossimer! It had a light-to-medium-weight, mostly non-sticky texture that was comfortable to wear and was slightly moisturizing over the five hours it lasted. Chanel Distinction (21) (P, $34.00) is darker, less shimmery. Revlon HD Pink Ruby (515) (P, $8.99) is brighter, lighter, cooler-toned. Dior Intrigue (995) (P, $35.00) is darker, less shimmery. MAC Modern Lure (LE, $15.00) is darker. NARS Sixties Fan (P, $26.00) is less shimmery, less pigmented. Maybelline Caviar Couture (050) (P, $8.99) is darker, less shimmery. Giorgio Armani #523 (P, $29.00) is less opaque, less shimmery. MAC Lust for Life (LE, $15.00) is darker. Marc Jacobs Beauty Studded Kiss (310) (P, $28.00) is darker, more muted. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

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Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) Glossimer
Chanel Fleur d’Eau (192) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer
Chanel Crazy Fuchsia (194) Glossimer

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Makeup Look
On face:
  • Guerlain Parure Gold Foundation
  • Urban Decay Naked Loose Powder
  • Chanel Angelique Joues Contraste Blush
On eyes:
  • Estee Lauder Rose Gold Eyeliner
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I was totally eyeing up Crazy Fuchsia in your first post so I’m really glad to see that it got a great review! I think I need to get this as soon as possible. I’m not much of a lipgloss person but when they’re as beautiful as this then I can’t help myself! 😀

I must have Fleur d’Eau!!! Ahh!! If these spring things go out of stock this soon, I’m going to cry. And then get over it but I will be frustrated! 😀 Beautiful review! Love it! You look gorgeous in both!

Ughhh, yes *_* Crazy Fuchsia is everything that I want. Just double-checking, this is NOT perm, right, Christine? Because in the collection post it didn’t have LE next to it… Just trying to figure out if I need to run and get this now or if I can wait a while 🙂

According to Chanel, Fleur d’Eau is LE but Crazy Fuchsia isn’t. Chanel.com also lists Fleur d”eau as LE but not Crazy Fuchsia.

None of these colors floor me but they have that very “Chanel” safe & timeless feel to them. Chanel produces the kind of cosmetics a wealthy old lady would make a beeline for: low on impact and pigmentation, austerely packaged, muted colors from a prestigious brand. There’s much more reasonably priced, better performing alternatives out there if you aren’t set on being loyal to certain brands.

I think that’s a bit stereotypical and limiting – people of all walks of life enjoy different types of color, packaging, and brands, IMO. There are always better-priced products on the market (and there are always even higher priced products). Makeup usually is more than pure necessity or utility, otherwise luxury cosmetics would cease to exist!

OK, crazy fuchsia is pretty awesome 😀 I have to admit, when I saw the post was on Chanel Glossimers, I prepared myself for sheer stuff (like fleur d’eau, actually). I personally quite like sheer stuff (provided it has *some* colour, of course), but sometimes it’s nice when a brand just breaks its own mould a little and pulls out a pigmented, opaque, sparkly gloss 😀

I really hope Crazy Fuchsia turns out to really be permanent!

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