Adventure (57) is a glossy rose pink with gold shimmers. This is more pink compared to Boy and is really great when paired with a neutral eye and a soft pink blush.
Royallieu (58) is a glossy pale mauve that pairs really well with a smokey eye. For me, this is the best "nude" lipstick without making me look like a corpse. This is also a Chanel online exclusive shade.
Monte-Carlo (62) was purchased during my "I crave for color" phase. It is a coral based red that fits perfectly for those who are generally afraid of red lipsticks. It definitely provides a nice punch of color that is quite pretty.
Chance (56) is a bumblegum pink that is quickly becoming one of my favorites. It is a beautiful spring shade that pairs well with both smokey and neutral eyes.
Isn't Chance gorgeous?
As you can see from the tube, Adventure has gold shimmers, Monte-Carlo and Royallieu have silver shimmers, and Chance has no shimmers.
In the swatches, Royallieu looks much more vibrant compared to the pale mauve in the tube.
Taken with flash:
In the swatch below, you can see the shimmers in Adventure and Royallieu and very small shimmers in Monte-Carlo.
Overall, I really like the shade selection from the Rouge Coco Shine line. I am always in search for the best pink lipstick and I think Adventure, Chance, and Royallieu all fit that criteria. I also really love how moisturizing these feel compared to the Rouge Coco formula. Despite my love for the texture and color, I still find the wear time of these lipsticks quite disappointing. I wish they would last longer like the Rouge Allures or Rouge Cocos. Whenever I wear these, I find myself re-applying several times a day.
Bottom Line: I tread lightly with Rouge Coco Shine lipsticks because while I love the shades, I still have a tough time shelling out $32.50USD (increased from $32USD) for lipsticks that cannot last through a cup of coffee. However, if you don't mind the short wear time, are looking for the perfect MLBB glossy lip effect, and love lipsticks that feel more like a balm, Rouge Coco Shines have just the right formula for you. For those on a tight budget, I highly recommend purchasing these at Duty Free counters at the airport. The cost is slightly lower and you will also save on taxes.