Chanel Fleur d'Eau (192) is a moderately warm-toned, light coral with a glossy finish. It is a limited edition lipgloss that retails for $30.00 and contains 0.2 oz.
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.
Gorgeous shimmer and a high-shine glow is delivered effortlessly to lips with just one stroke of this best-selling lipgloss. A wide range of shades, from sheer and natural to sparkling and rich, look beautiful on their own, or over your favorite Chanel lipstick. Equally beautiful: the conditioning formula's comfort, deep hydration and long wear.