YSL Rouge Volupte Shine 4 Rouge in Danger Review

Tuesday, 26 February 2013



The YSL Rouge Voluptes have some of the nicest packaging on the market, however long-term readers (I know there's at least two of you) will know that I'm not the hugest fan of the formulation, I find it too greasy and slick, and it doesn't meld with the lips as well as I'd like.  Recently I was sent a preview sample of the latest addition to the range "Rouge Volupte Shine" in Rouge in Danger to try, and, being a fair-minded kind of person, I thought I'd give the range a second go.

Here are my thoughts:

First off the packaging is beautiful, in the same classic packaging as the original range, with a colour-co-ordinated band around the middle which matches the shade of the lipstick inside:

Daylight

Flash
The shade, Rouge in Danger is a glorious, bright, tomato red.  It's lovely, and it's surprisingly saturated for such a glossy finish.  A lot of these new "shiny" lipsticks from a lot of brands recently are essentially just a solid lipgloss, but Rouge Volupte Shine is very pigmented indeed, I was expecting just the merest whisper/hint of a sheer red tint from this, but I was pleasantly surprised:

Daylight

Flash
 On the lips, especially in natural daylight, this is even more pronounced:


It's an excellent, shiny, bright lipstick.  So, there is lots to love about it.  However, I'm still decidedly on the fence about the formula, and here's why (picture with flash):

 
 As with the original formula, I find this sits on the lips, and never melds with the skin itself.  It settles somewhat into lines and this makes it appear patchy.  If your lips aren't in tip-top condition (as my bottom one definitely isn't at the moment - though the top one is fine) then this will magnify and highlight every single flaw.

Overall, if you're already a fan of the YSL Rouge Volupte formula (and very, very, very many people are - I'm aware I'm in the minority here)  then you will love YSL Rouge Volupte Shine, there's a lot to love: beautiful packaging, brightly saturated colours, a fabulous shine and a nice mango scent.  However if you're on the fence like me, I'm not sure you'll be convinced.  Am I wrong?  I look forward to finding out in the comments!

YSL Rouge Volupte Shines are out on counter right now, in 19 different shades, and they cost £24.50.
   
The FIne Print: PR Sample.

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3 comments:

  1. Your not wrong, I have a couple of the original ones as well and while I love the look they give and the packaging, I wholeheartedly agree with you - they sit in the lips for hours! Just hugging my boyfriend the other day and barely grazing his cheek with my lips left a bright red lipstick stain! It's a shame.. I'm saving my money for the Tom Ford ones now! :) xx

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  2. Pretty, pretty, pretty.


    Am I one of the long-term readers?

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  3. It's a pity you don't get on with these as like you say - they are very very pretty! I fare quite well with them and have a few in my collection xo

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