Tom Ford Indian Rose, Sable Smoke, Pink Dusk Lip Colors Reviews, Photos, Swatches

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Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Indian Rose Lip Color

Indian Rose

Tom Ford Indian Rose Lip ColorTom Ford Indian Rose Lip Color ($54.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a soft, medium peachy coral with warm undertones and a cream finish. The color coverage was semi-opaque, while the consistency had moderate slip and felt a bit balm-like as I applied it. The lipstick never tugged or dragged, but the amount of slip made it prone to showing faint “lines” whenever I pressed my lips toether and my edges were less crisp. There was a small amount of product that had settled into my deeper lip lines, though I didn’t feel like it was noticeable from a normal viewing distance. It wore well for four hours and was moisturizing to wear.

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

Formula Overview

$55.00/0.1 oz. - $550.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed have an "ultra-creamy texture" with "smooth application" that will deliver "pure color." The lipstick tends to have semi-opaque to opaque coverage with a natural to luminous finish with some shades with very fine pearl and others with more metallic shimmer. The consistency is typically creamy, lightweight, and has moderate slip, which makes it comfortable to wear and to apply but is not the most long-lasting lipstick formula. The wear tends to range between four and six hours with some shades performing above and below that range. There's a vanilla scent but no discernible taste.

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Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Sable Smoke Lip Color

Sable Smoke

Tom Ford Sable Smoke Lip ColorTom Ford Sable Smoke Lip Color ($54.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a medium, peachy brown with warm undertones and a natural sheen. It had good pigmentation, though it wasn’t full coverage and never got there. The texture was creamy with moderate slip, which gave it a shinier finish but made it more prone to settling into my lip lines over time. It wore well for four hours and was lightly hydrating over time.

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

Formula Overview

$55.00/0.1 oz. - $550.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed have an "ultra-creamy texture" with "smooth application" that will deliver "pure color." The lipstick tends to have semi-opaque to opaque coverage with a natural to luminous finish with some shades with very fine pearl and others with more metallic shimmer. The consistency is typically creamy, lightweight, and has moderate slip, which makes it comfortable to wear and to apply but is not the most long-lasting lipstick formula. The wear tends to range between four and six hours with some shades performing above and below that range. There's a vanilla scent but no discernible taste.

Browse all of our Tom Ford Beauty Lip Color swatches.

Ingredients

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Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color
Tom Ford Beauty Pink Dusk Lip Color

Pink Dusk

Tom Ford Pink Dusk Lip ColorTom Ford Pink Dusk Lip Color ($54.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a soft, medium pink with warmer undertones and a natural sheen. It had good color coverage in a single stroke with the coverage being just shy of full. The lipstick was lightly creamy but did not have too much slip, so it adhered well and stayed in place without feeling slippery. It applied evenly, and while there was a bit of color in my deeper lip lines that wasn’t noticeable in person. This shade lasted for four and a half hours and felt hydrating.

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

Formula Overview

$55.00/0.1 oz. - $550.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed have an "ultra-creamy texture" with "smooth application" that will deliver "pure color." The lipstick tends to have semi-opaque to opaque coverage with a natural to luminous finish with some shades with very fine pearl and others with more metallic shimmer. The consistency is typically creamy, lightweight, and has moderate slip, which makes it comfortable to wear and to apply but is not the most long-lasting lipstick formula. The wear tends to range between four and six hours with some shades performing above and below that range. There's a vanilla scent but no discernible taste.

Browse all of our Tom Ford Beauty Lip Color swatches.

Ingredients

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Makeup Look
On face:
  • Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk
  • Giorgio Armani Power Fabric
  • theBalm Balm Springs Blush
On eyes:
  • MAC Power Hungry Eyeshadow Palette

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Thank you for including Givenchy Rose D’Exception (LE) in the Dupe List. It’s my holy grail and I am always on the lookout for similar shades now that I have come to the end of the tube.

Iโ€™m sure these are fabulous lipsticks, but Iโ€™m kinda over seeing overpriced luxury brand reviews. Iโ€™d rather see more reasonably priced items or indie brands. No offense to those who enjoy spending $54 on a lipstick. But as a long time reader Iโ€™m becoming less interested in these items and would rather see a review on a good palette I can get for the same price.

Hi Alisha,

I replied to the comment you left on the last Tom Ford post saying the same thing – I did address you previously! ๐Ÿ™‚ Again, over 70% of reviews are mid-end price point with only a small portion of reviews (~15%) covering luxury priced items. I’m writing more reviews this year than before, but the focus hasn’t shifted at all, so I highly recommend reading my previous reply or perhaps looking at the blog at the big picture rather than just a few days ๐Ÿ™‚

Sorry, I didnโ€™t realize my first comment posted as it gave me an error. I wasnโ€™t about to retype it. Then I saw ANOTHER TF lipstick lol. Iโ€™m not sure where you are getting your percentages from, but hey, itโ€™s your blog. Iโ€™ll read the other comment….

Every week, every month, and at the close of the year, I most roundups that show the top products of the period and how many reviews of each brand were done during that time period. Obviously, since the year is not over, there is no 2017 year-end post, but I am able to see what the numbers are to-date on my end.

I’m not making stuff up or pulling anything out of nowhere? The number of reviews are calculated automatically based on the number of Glossovers (ratings) that have been entered into the system during the period of time for the post (the year, the week, the month, etc.). I’ve published every single one except the year-end which can’t be published yet since there’s still all of December to go through ๐Ÿ™‚

For example, here is 2016’s year-end post: https://www.temptalia.com/year-in-review-the-top-100-highest-rated-beauty-products-of-2016/

Here are where all of the monthly reports are: https://www.temptalia.com/tag/month-in-review/

Here are where all the weekly reports are: https://www.temptalia.com/tag/week-in-review/

hi Christine~
just wanted to let you know i find your luxury reviews invaluable. your unbiased and matter of fact breakdown of the products really helps me decide on whether to splurge or no when the prices are cringe worthy. your beautiful swatches and reviews helped me pick out my first TF purchase (ashton) and i love it.

Out of all 3, I’m really liking Pink Dusk! But what I’m digging even more, is the new feature that allows one to instantly see whether or not they’ve got a dupe for a shade that one is loving! Turns out, I have an 85% dupe in MAC VG I, so if I got something within this shade family, I’d go with something darker like Pink Dusk.

Indian Rose is such a beautiful color. I will pick it up in the spring. I don’t think it will be too lite for my lips but I can always use a little darker lip pencil.

Too funny. I have Indian Rose and 3 dupes. Do I gravitate toward a particular type of color? Naaaaaaaaah. Nope. Love IR. Itโ€™s the first TF lippie I ever purchased. Itโ€™s still going strong at about 2 years whereas Casablanca and Negligee went bad within months. Weird.

I love Indian Rose – I wouldn’t call it a peachy coral at all on me (or actually in the swatch either!) It’s a rose mauve for sure. I’m sort of confused about the grade too. It says B+ on here but A- in the swatches of the Lip Colors. Which grade is Indian Rose, then?

I don’t understand how it can be graded the same as Sugar Glider which received a B+ and was totally inconsistent with the formula. It’s like a gel with swimming, not a cream or satin. Yet they get the same shade? Not sure why!

Like a gel with shimmer sorry. And I expressed surprise that Sugar Glider and Wild Ginger received the same grade, not that they were the same shade ๐Ÿ™‚

Hi Emily,

Indian Rose has been reviewed more than once (previously in 2012), so the rating elsewhere on the site will be an average of whatever ratings have been given it (whether that’s two or ten). This occurs for any product, so the rating on the specific review is of that version tested whereas the product’s page is a summary.

I’m not sure where the feeling of being a gel vs. cream would really come into play – it would matter how it applied, sat on the lips, etc. – but the brand’s description is just “ultra-creamy texture” and that there’s a “balance of luminosity.” It still fits within those descriptions to me. I’d also say that the way Sugar Glider feels is more similar to shades like Black Orchid, Violet Fatale, Rouge Fatal, Dark and Story, Casino, Seventh Sin, and Bruised Plum (my memory is terrible, but I believe those were all released prior to the most recent shade extensions), which are all a little more emollient and thinner and often a bit less opaque compared to say Casablanca. The range has had variation in it for awhile in terms of texture and finish.

We try to approve comments within 24 hours (and reply to them within 72 hours) but can sometimes get behind and appreciate your patience! ๐Ÿ™‚ If you have general feedback, product review requests, off-topic questions, or need technical support, please contact us directly. Thank you for your patience!