L'oreal Rouge Caresse Review




After seeing those luscious and effortlessly feminine images splashed over TV and in magazines, I had to delve (or try to) into the lifestyle of that perfectly poised Rouge Caresse girl.. By buying the lipstick of course!

Firstly, with my personal love for design I wanted to comment in this review firstly on the lipsticks container. Like the ads, the tube fits the super chic luxurious mold, completely clear with metallic elements to really bring out the colour of the product and also inspire the modern woman, who wouldn't want this in their handbag?

Following on from the design, the product itself is very pigmented (a filter has not been added to the image of the colour so you can get a better idea of this) and not the classic feminine in shade I expected, and although effortless to put on the product was actually quite dry after a few hours of wear. Those dreamy TV and mag ads I feel really had me hook line and sinker, and sold me a product far from that dainty colour with a dewy finish.

Moving away from the ad let down the product is actually quite good for the very opposite reasons I bought it for. The colour is almost metallically and lasts a while so is great for a night out.. Although, it does fair better with a coat of clear gloss.

Michelle


What product I used
Colour 'Impulsive Fushcia' 202 - Boots

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(All Images taken by myself and additional design added via Photoshop and Afterlight)

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