Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick Review, Photos, Swatches

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick ($55.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a medium, pink-coral with warm undertones and a soft, satin shimmer finish. Bobbi Brown Ballerina Shimmer (12) (P, $25.00) is sheerer, more shimmery. Charlotte Tilbury Coachella Coral (P) is darker, brighter. Chanel Liaison (P, $34.00) is similar. MAC Grande Dame (P, $22.00) is several shades darker. See comparison swatches.

The formula is supposed to be a “comfortable, high-coverage lipstick [that] protects your lips all day long.” It had mostly opaque color coverage, and the consistency was lightly creamy–just creamy enough to glide across lips without tugging but not so creamy that the color felt like it slipped around once applied! The lipstick wore well for four and a half hours, and it was comfortable to wear and was nicely hydrating, despite the more satin-to-matte finish. It had a strong, powdery scent that was noticeable for the first hour of wear but eventually faded.

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Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick
Sisley Paris Petal (L13) Phyto-Rouge Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick

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Makeup Look
On face:
  • Guerlain Parure de Lumiere Foundation
  • Guerlain Les Voilettes Pressed Powder
  • Sisley Paris Mango Phyto-Blush Eclat
On eyes:
  • Burberry Trench Eyeshadow
  • Sisley Paris Toffee Eyeshadow
  • Urban Decay Scorch Eyeliner
On lips:
  • : Sisley Paris Petale Lipstick
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Totally understand, Elyse! This and Cle de Peau’s are the most expensive lipsticks I’ve tried – can only say I’ve bought very, very occasionally!

For me, if it were a product like lipstick or gloss that I knew I’d wear at least 4 days a week, *and* it really was perfect in shade & formula, paying a high amount is more palatable than paying the same forna shade that was beautiful& unique, as I would likely wear that no more than once a week, and it’d go bad. I’m the opposite with powder products, though, since they have a much longer shelf-life.

I’m sorry, but I have to draw the line somewhere. The price of Tom Ford lipsticks is the maximum I’m willing to pay for a lipstick, lest it have some magical powers that make me look like Angelina Jolie and captivate the hearts of all the handsome men on the planet. You get the idea. I think this brand is meant to be marketed to an older more affluent crowd. Honestly, when I think of the brand Sisley, I think Martha Stewart. And let’s face it. There’s no ‘it’ factor really to carrying a Martha Stewart Sisley lipstick, even if it is a lovely color. JMO. YMMV.

Ooh, this looks like such a lovely ‘MLBB’ shade! I also really like the crazy ‘architectural’ bullet shape that these lipsticks have (not sure how practical it is to use, but it makes for some added interest, at least!).

That is an expensive lipstick but I have to say, it really does look like quality. Compared to many of the other lipsticks you have swatched it looks smooth, pigmented and doesn’t appear to settle into liplines. I’m impressed and I want one 🙂

I like the shade, but the packaging of this and the other Sisley Paris products you’ve reviewed isn’t to my taste. Not sure why but it just gives of a tacky vibe to me. I might check out the Chanel dupe because I want to get a Chanel lipstick (sigh… Branding has finally gotten to me).

This is one of my favourite photos of you, Christine. Your makeup screams fresh and Spring!!! Love everything you are wearing (and i own a few of them, thanks to your reviews).

You look super stunning here Christine. I think my next splurge should be some Violettes 😉 I haven’t tried a color like this on myself but I may just go for one of the dupes. I love the look of the lippy but the scent would put me off even if it disapates.

The scent was bothersome for me 🙁 Not a fan of it myself. I’m not keen on Estee Lauder’s fig scent either. I can tolerate most others, though!

$55?? Wow. I’m not familiar with this brand but after just seeing the picture of the bullet….it looked kind of cheap. Not a fan of the font and geometric shape of the lipstick. Glad the actual product was good quality.

On the plus side, this makes the Bobbi Brown Ballerina Shimmer I’ve been hemming and hawing over because of the price suddenly look a lot more reasonable…

Holy mother of all that is putrid and rank….lanolin, loads of paraffin, yet more lanolin AND mineral oil? For $55??? Are they insane? Cheap, crappy ingredients from bloody eons ago that I wouldn’t put anywhere near my mouth, or anywhere on my face OR body for that matter. This stuff belongs on a Dollar Tree shelf – discounted! – based on the ingredients alone. This is what is coming out of France?? Shocking, and disappointing, to say the least. Classic example of a company spending more on packaging than what actually goes into their products. No excuse for it.

The shade, however, does look great on you 🙂

Hefty price, but I don’t know of any lipsticks that have lanolin as its first ingredient. This lipstick must be very moisturizing. And, it has a lot of oils which I think explains the reason for the paraben. Anyways, it is a lovely colour. Definitely worthy of daily wear and enjoyment! 🙂

Pretty, but the prices are crazy! I mean, they’re more than geurlain and chanel and for the longest time I didnt know what sisley was, i thought it was a vacuum brand or something!

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