Sunday, December 18, 2011

Chanel Flirt Rouge Coco: Swatches and Review

I know I said Horizon Blush was my one pick from Chanel Spring, but how could I resist a glossy peach lipstick? I couldn't......
Flirt is a Rouge Coco Shine, which means is it sheer and glossy. When it fades, it leaves behind a soft stain of color. It doesn't last long on the lips, so I haven't purchased many of these lipsticks.
Revlon Tutti Frutti Lip Butter is more orange and vibrant. YSL Tangy Mandarine Sheer Candy is almost identical. The YSL is a touch more pink and lacks the slight shimmer in Chanel Flirt.

In conclusion, Chanel Flirt is not a must have for spring. If you are a peach lipstick or gloss lover, you might want to have a look at Flirt. It is a versatile color with a forgiving finish.


jackie said...

Thanks for the comparison!
Given that YSL #10 and Flirt are so similar.. which formula do you prefer?

Martha said...

I prefer the YSL formula, it is more moisturizing for me.

AhCapp said...

I finally tried out Flirt as it has been launched here in Singapore. It's indeed a lovely colour but I'm not sure if it's worth spending so much for it. :(