The lipstick is advertised as a moisturizing lipstick which helps soften, soothe and condition lips. The lipstick comes in a classic Chanel packaging which contains 3,5 grams of the product. The shade Teheran is a bright, slightly pink coral.
While the rest of the world was raving about new Chanel lipsticks, I wasn’t impressed. The colour range especially seemed very boring (although I’m glad that they added more shades) . The only shade that I liked was Teheran.
The pigmentation is excellent (all the shades in the range offer an excellent colour pay-off). This shade looks very bright in the stick, but it appears more muted and more pink on the lips.
Its staying power is decent, the lipstick last for at least 5 hours on the lips.
What I dislike is that when I apply it, the lipstick feels very dry (I have the same issue with the Rouge Allure) and I don’t think it moisturizes much.
Overall, I think this is not the best lipstick Chanel can offer. I prefer the Rouge Allure Laque range.
Rouge Coco in #56 Teheran on the lips:
Rouge Coco in #56 Teheran swatch: