10.08.2014

Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss 58 Émoi

Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Émoi is one of the recently acquired "off red" lippies. And I believe I have been wearing this most frequently, too.
I usually get disappointed by Chanel lip formulations although I still get sucked into buying them because of the beautiful packagings and the colors. I was pleasantly surprised to find out I even like this lip gloss formula. This is a big yay for me since I cannot force myself to wear lippies with unsatisfying formulas any more. (Maybe I will suffer the formula for a shade like MAC Ruby Woo, but that's about it.)

Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Emoi
Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss
Émoi





I love the packaging designs of Chanel Rouge Allure line.
The slick black tube with golden top is simply gorgeous.
The tube is made of weighty ceramic, which feels even more luxurious.


Émoi is a berry red with fine gold shimmer.


The applicator feels flexible enough and suits the lip gloss formula very well. 
Both sides of the tip are flat, which helps the color to adhere better on the lips. 


Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Emoi Swatch
Émoi is another complex red that has multi-undertones.
It is blue-based but still manages to look warm and blushed thanks to the micro shimmer that only adds dimension and warmth.


Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Emoi lip swatch
This lip swatch is made with a few swipes.
For a lip gloss, it is quite pigmented and the color goes on evenly.


The formula comes with a slightly tacky feel. If you cannot stand any sticky lip gloss, you probably won't like it. However, the tackiness is just about right maybe due to its gel-like consistency, if that makes any sense. 
It stays on me for about 3 hours and fades evenly down to a light stain. It does not peel my lips nor form those icky white lines, so reapplication is a breeze. 
There is the faint smell same as the Rouge Allure Lipsticks. I do not particularly care for it but I'm not bothered by it, either.


An overall look with Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Émoi

Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss Emoi FOTD


Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss gets a solid A from me. And the color Émoi has totally won my heart. It is such a lady-like red that still looks youthful.

You can still find Rouge Allure Extrait De Gloss but it will be replaced by the new Rouge Allure Gloss. It seems soon I will be forking over a few more dollars for the new click-y tube. 
Maybe. Probably.




Other makeup products used for this look

Revlon Colorstay Under Eye Concealer (Fair)
Rouge Bunny Rouge Pressed Powder (Piano Forte)
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick (Grey Pearl)
Stila Eyeshadow (Java)
Rouge Bunny Rouge Powder Blush (Gracilis)






37 comments

  1. I'm with you! Chanel lip stuff rarely please me given the price and prestige factor. But I really like the Extrait de Gloss line. I'm not a fan of the click mechanism, so I'll have to hoard a few of these glosses before they disappear. ;O

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    1. It would be a smart move, actually. I want to get a few more for myself, too. ;)
      Judging from the recent reviews I've read, the new line seems very similar. The price difference is huge, though. I'd understand a few more bucks, but 5? ;(

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    2. Oh, for some reason I thought I paid under $30 for Émoi. It was actually $32. So a few more bucks. Hmmm ;)

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    3. They're basically over $40 here after we pay taxes, so I'm just going to try to score them on store points. :)

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  2. So pretty on you Lena! I hear ya about Chanel and that's why I don't have a lot of their products. I find them kind of meh for the price. But I do love my Chanel Le Beiges powder! I use that one a lot. But that's about it.

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    1. Thanks, Tracy!
      I want Les Beiges, too! Unfortunately, even the lightest colors looks a bit too dark and pink for me to use for touch-ups. I bought a dc'd pressed powder not too long ago, and I'm pleased with that one, however.
      Chanel still is my weakness. They make my favorite lipstick cases, not lipsticks. (What is wrong with me..?!)

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  3. U look lovely!
    I liked the shade so much! :)

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    1. Thank you, Garima. :)
      I like this color a lot, too.

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  4. Oh dear! I didn't know that the old packaging was being replaced! I thought the Rouge Allure was a new addition! Love this colour on you and I like the off-red; a very good introduction to bolder red for the faint-hearted! I haven't tried much of CHANEL's lip products, though their complexion products are must-haves for me! Have you tried them?

    Stephanie | theFantasia.com

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    1. I used to love Chanel complexion products, but they were all asian exclusives. Now I struggle to find a good shade for me from the U.S. range. I did bought a pressed powder recently, and I love it. :)
      Chanel lip products are more about the colors and the packaging for me. I wish liked the formula a little better, though. They are not terrible but could be better, you know? ;)

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  5. That is such a solid and gorgeous color! I'd typically go for pink/berry toned glosses but this really goes well with your pale complexion! I've yet to try any chanel lipglosses but I would love a lipstick from them first!

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    1. I've seen Émoi pulling more berry on some people, too. I guess that is the beauty of wearing lip gloss. Your natural undertone plays a quite a bit.
      There are other couture brands that make better lipstick formulations, to be honest. But Chanel lippies are certainly attractive. Try them and let us know how you like them. :)

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  6. Hey Lena, great pick! I really don't see much from this line that I don't like! I am a big fan of pretty much everything about this gloss. Not a gloss girl here, but I could be a Rouge Allure Gloss girl :)

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    1. Hi Sunny, thanks! I like this color a lot. Maybe even more than I anticipated.
      I acutally think Rouge Allure Gloss is another great hybrid. Love the glossy texture and juicy effects not to mention it packs tons of color. :)

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  7. i'm sort of like you in that chanel lip pies don't really seem to register for me. even with the packing and the colors. not sure why. but the few reviews i've read on this gloss actually makes me curious to try. the gel formula sounds pretty nice even with the tackiness which i don't mind.


    Jenn
    A Beautiful Zen

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    1. I cannot say they are terrible since I still use them quite often. It's just that I want something better, you know? For example, Dior makes really good ones if in the same price range.
      I haven't been wearing lip gloss that often lately, but Extrait De Gloss is quite nice for any occasion. :)

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  8. I actually don't mind sticky lip glosses at all. Is that weird? I find them to increase the longevity of the gloss if anything. :D I haven't tried this version but am looking forward to testing the new Rouge Allure Gloss. :) Emoi is such a bright but youthful red! Looks great on your complexion, too! :D

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    1. Thanks, Jaa :)
      Yes, I agree with you! I cannot wear something too sticky like glue but I don't mind some good tackiness. As long as I can smack my lips and separate them back (does that even make sense? LOL)! And color has to set in to stay on, so I prefer slightly sticky over slippery.

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    2. Your comment made total perfect sense, Lena! That's exactly the type of gloss I prefer, too! :D

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  9. Ahhh, so pretty! Chanel always gets me with their packaging. I have seen a few reviews on these glosses now and I think I'm going to have to add one to my Christmas list! :)

    Wendy | Fashionable Heart

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    1. Hi Wendy :)
      I am the same way. There are many beautiful lipstick tubes, but Chanel always gets me. ;)
      I still see these from the retailers but not many colors like there used to. You might want to wait until you see the new ones in the store.

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  10. Chanel lipsticks/lip glosses rarely pull me in. I don't know why that is...probably because I am a Dior girl at heart :) I love this color on you, though! MORE RED, LENA. MORE RED.

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    1. I think I have about the same number of both Dior and Chanel lippies, but deep down, I am a Dior girl, too. ;) I just like the Chanel packagings so much more. Vanity, I guess. Luckily I end up with a few good things like this gloss. The dc'd powder I bought recently is pretty good, too. :)

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  11. Who doesn't get sucked in by Chanel's beautiful packaging XD You rock this color Lena!
    Bummer the regular version of the Manga was a letdown for you. Hope you'll like the WP version better.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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    1. Glad I'm not alone! ;)
      And thanks, Rowena. I wasn't sure how much I'd like this gloss since I never liked Glossimers.
      I'm experimenting with high-end mascaras at the moment, but probably go back to drugstore ones once I ran out. They are all nice, and I don't really see what is the big deal with any of them I've tried. ;p

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  12. Beautiful so classy yet fresh! Great pick! I have not tried any Chanel lippies yet, hm tempting....

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    1. Thank you, Meiko. :)
      Chanel lippies are not bad at all, to be fair. I do think they should be better for the price, though. ;D

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  13. Ah, I think I only have (had) 2 Chanel lippies, sold one and gave another away. That kinda tells you something. Dior lipsticks however..... hhmmm....

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    1. You're definitely a Dior girl, then! ;) I love Dior Addict lipsticks but I don't love the packaging. It is very pretty but a bit bulky maybe..? My dream lipstick would be Dior formula in Chanel tube. Haha ;D

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  14. Oh I love this one on you! The color suits you so well, and I just love how super super glossy it is.

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  15. What a gorgeous sheer red! So pretty on you. I'm so tempted by these glosses- not only for the amazing packaging, but also because I'd wear each and every shade :)

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.com

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    1. Thank you, Jen. Chanel is a brand that I love for the exquisite colors, and I'm happy that I like the formulation as well. Which means I can actually get my money's worth, you know? ;)

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  16. I'm a sucker for Chanel packaging too -- I have one of the Rouge Allure lipsticks and now I really want one of these! This is such a beautiful sheer red on you.

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    1. Hi Teresa ;)
      Rouge Allure lipstick tube is my favorite. The best in my book. Now the new Rouge Allure gloss comes with the clicky tube, which makes it more irresistible. *sighs*

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  17. Eek, I'm not really a fan of the click type glosses. Well I'm not huge on glosses in general. I say that as I have a basket full of glosses haha.

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    1. Haha, don't we all? ;D
      I've been reducing in terms of my gloss stash as I've grown to like sheer lipsticks and stain products more.
      To tell you the truth, I'm kind of sad these will be replaced. I like the tube as it is although the click-y popping tube would be cool. Not so cool if you have to pay more and get less gloss, which is the case. ;-/

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