I'd been ignoring any new releases of Rouge Coco for a while as the few that I have were a let down. Whilst the range has a great colour selection with good pigmentation, I found the formula drying and uncomfortable.
Just out of interest I swatched the ones from the spring collection and noticed that two of the shades seemed different as there was more slip and they felt more moisturising.
Charme Rouge Coco (£23) #40 is a shimmery cool toned pink with a semi sheer finish. Its such a flattering delicate shade of pink and has just a touch of brightness to it, its gives a very youthful look.
Superstition Rouge Coco (£23) #38 is a sheer shimmery golden beige nude with a bit of warmth. I have very few nude lip colours as the majority look rather unflattering on me. This shade manages to work as its not overly beige and the sheerness allows some of your natural lip colour to show through, which adds a bit of pink to the mix. I really like this shade and its one of the best "nudes" I have found.
Whilst I would still not say these are what I would class as hydrating/moisturising lipsticks, they are definitely not as drying as the other Rouge Coco's I have tried. Another difference is that the colour pay-off is more sheer, which works well for these two shades. If I was blind testing these I wouldn't have thought they were from the Rouge Coco range.
Here are the ingredients, as with all Chanel lipsticks these are scented.
Below is a quick eye look with the Éclosion quad I reviewed here
I bought all these from John Lewis