Givenchy Rouge Mohair & Rouge Suedine Le Rouge Liquide Reviews, Photos, Swatches

01/06

Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide

Rouge Mohair (308)

Givenchy Rouge Mohair (308) Le Rouge Liquide ($37.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a vibrant, raspberry pink with subtle, cool undertones and a satin sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation, and this one I struggled with as the color looked uneven and almost splotchy in places as if some of the product stained my lips but not everywhere. The texture was thinner and more oily, though it seemed to set a bit faster than other shades. It wore well for five hours and was lightly hydrating.

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.1 oz. - $370.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "velvet matte" finish that "never feels drying" and is "super-vibrant." It is also supposed to "hydrate and smooth like a nourishing lip balm." The applicator is a fluffy foam tip with a light slant and rounded shape where the lip color exudes out when twisted--the actual lip color has the texture of a thick cream than a traditional liquid lipstick. I found the applicator to be tricky to use and certainly worse than a standard bullet or applying using a doe-foot applicator. It was hard to maneuver along the edges of my lips, especially around the cupid's bow. Of the shades I tried, they were semi-opaque to opaque, comfortable to wear (lightly hydrating), and lasted between four and six hours but found that they seemed to fade more unevenly than the average lip product.

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Ingredients


01/06

Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide
Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide

Rouge Suedine (410)

Givenchy Rouge Suedine (410) Le Rouge Liquide ($37.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a deep red with subtle, cool undertones and a satin finish. It had good color coverage–though not opaque–with a smooth, velvety texture that was creamy enough to glide on well but not feel slippery when worn. It seemed to smooth out most of my lip lines, and the color applied very evenly with minimal effort, though the applicator made life more difficult along the cupid’s bow for me. This shade stayed on nicely for six hours, left a faint stain behind, and was lightly moisturizing.

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.1 oz. - $370.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "velvet matte" finish that "never feels drying" and is "super-vibrant." It is also supposed to "hydrate and smooth like a nourishing lip balm." The applicator is a fluffy foam tip with a light slant and rounded shape where the lip color exudes out when twisted--the actual lip color has the texture of a thick cream than a traditional liquid lipstick. I found the applicator to be tricky to use and certainly worse than a standard bullet or applying using a doe-foot applicator. It was hard to maneuver along the edges of my lips, especially around the cupid's bow. Of the shades I tried, they were semi-opaque to opaque, comfortable to wear (lightly hydrating), and lasted between four and six hours but found that they seemed to fade more unevenly than the average lip product.

Browse all of our Givenchy Le Rouge Liquide swatches.

Ingredients

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Product Availability

Givenchy Le Rouge Liquide $37.00/0.1 OZ.
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Makeup Look

On face:
  • Giorgio Armani Power Fabric
  • Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk
  • Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder
On eyes:
  • Inglot x JLO Pigments
  • Dose of Colors Sassy Siennas Eyeshadow Palette

About the Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). (For more information, please check the FAQ.)

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something about this applicator really freaks me out! the payoff is lovely but i just can’t imagine putting that on my lips, lol

Definitely, and it looks vulgar, without being able to name the vulgarity, lol. I think once the furry part is covered with product, that effect will go away. Hope so, anyway.

Suedine has a super lovely lip stain look to it that I just love. And the shade itself is def my jam! What concerns me, is this particular application device. I can see this going rapidly in to hot mess territory with that fuzzy applicator, as I also have a noticeable cupids bow.

That applicator makes me uncomfortable. The fuzz looks like it’s already falling off, and who wants fuzz stuck on their lips??

The colors are very pretty, but the applicator is kind of creepy. My natural cupid’s bow is very defined and almost pointy, so I’m sure it would be a struggle to get this to work. And I can’t imagine taking this hairy-looking thing out to reapply it in public, even in the ladies room!

IDK that applicator looks kind of gross, like the lipstick dropped on the carpet, and carpet fibers or pet hair got stuck all over it

That first image of the applicator disturbed me so much until my brain realized what I was looking at. But the product looks lovely on you!

Once on, they look nice.

But I do NOT want to apply lip colour using something that looks like a rabbits butthole, no thank you.

Lol rabbit’s butthole. I cannot figure out what I’m looking at. Is it a nipple? A penis? A butthole? It looks vulgar. How did this get past production? I’m not usually one to care about packaging but these look strange !

Yeah, it’s got that whole furry animal/gentalia/sex toy vibe (LOL) and the only thing I can think is that it must have been a man who designed this. Lets make a lipstick that looks like a bumdick with fuzz – women LOVE putting those near their mouths! 😉

Seems like the fuzzy butt wang is turning a lot of people off. Which is not surprising to me in the least … and I’m not exactly a prude, but DUDE, NO.

So the applicator is giving phallic vibes which is disturbing. I don’t think I would like to apply this in public but the other issue is related to application and getting a precise line. Not sure you could without carrying a lip brush with you for touch ups. All in all, lovely shades but nothing worth the hassle and embarrassment.

I definitely don’t like this at all – the shades are pretty, but the applicator is a mess – apart from its weirdness (like who invented this?) I can see it becoming pretty icky down the line.

Why would any company want ‘mohair’ in anyway associated with its lipstick? On a practical level It suggests to me nasty stray hairs it which would not be an inducement to buy. Then there are the animal cruelty issues that surround mohair as a fibre leading many companies are ceasing to use it in their products.

When I just glanced at the title of this post and saw the picture of the applicator, I thought “mohair” was a description, not the shade. It looks really disgusting and I would never be able to use that applicator-yuck! But I almost want to see it in person because I can’t comprehend why they would make it this way or how it is supposed to work effectively:))

Oh, I get it, cool! If mohair were that color. Soft fuzzy blurry not shiny of course. I kinda want it even though it looks like a miniature of a pocket umm sex toy.

It may be a good product, but the applicator is so off-putting that I would never purchase it (and I normally don’t care about packaging as long as it’s functional). I can’t imagine how you could get a smooth application, and i can’t imagine how unsanitary it would be. Yuck.

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