Chanel Rouge Coco Emilienne (452) Lipstick – Review

Chanel Coco Rouge Emilienne (452)

Chanel Rouge Coco Emilienne

I was so impressed with the Chanel Rouge Coco Dimitri lipstick that I decided to treat myself to another colour from the collection.  After much deliberation and many colour swatches I decided to buy shade Emilienne (452).  The Dimitri lipstick colour is a pinky red shade however Emilienne is more of a metallic plum colour that transfers to a lovely dark pink colour.

Chanel Emilienne (452) lipstick swatch

Chanel Emilienne (452) lipstick swatch

The colour payoff is semi opaque which personally speaking I love.  I am able to build this up to the colour I want.  This lipstick lasted a good three hours looking relatively fresh but still had a hint of sheen and colour 5 hours later.  The image below shows two coats of the lipstick, but I have applied this lightly favouring a more sheer finish.

Chanel Emilienne 452 Lipstick

Chanel Emilienne 452 Lipstick

Like the Dimitri colour, this is a real joy to wear.  It is soft on the lips, does not stick to dry patches and glides on almost perfectly.  I am a real super fan of these lipsticks and I am already looking forward to buying another colour in the collection – perhaps a more natural nude shade next time.  They are on the expensive side but in my opinion are worth every penny.  You can certainly tell the quality and I cannot compare these to any other lipstick I have tried.

Can you recommend another colour in the Chanel Rouge Coco collection for me to try? I would love to hear your recommendations!

This lipstick is priced at £26.00 and you can purchase from Chanel counters nationwide.

Talk to you all soon x

pretty honest

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