Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme (Colour and Shine Lipgloss in One Click) is one of the new lip glosses released as part of the Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Collection. The new Chanel Rouge Allure glosses are more pigmented and less sticky than the Extrait de Gloss line, which is rumored to be discontinued soon and being replaced by the new Rouge Allure Gloss Collection. The good news is that these new glosses are Permanent! 😉
ROUGE ALLURE GLOSS COLLECTION
Colour and Shine Lipgloss in One Click
The colour intensity of a lipstick. The lacquered shine of a lipgloss. In one seductive click, ROUGE ALLURE GLOSS delivers dramatic, long-wearing coverage with hydrating comfort. Add to the allure with complementary shades of ROUGE ALLURE Luminous Intense Lip Colour and LE VERNIS Nail Colour.
Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme is the 6th shade I’ve bought from the collection. The other 5 I have are Affriolant, Exotique, Extase, Pirate and Seduction. My favorites are Affriolant, Pirate, Seduction and Supreme because they are all pigmented. Exotique and Extase are also great colors, but they are sheerer than the others.
Chanel describes Rouge Allure Gloss:
An exceptional gloss to wear like a lipstick. The first gloss that combines lacquered shine with the bold style of an intense colour. A click and a black case that are now part of the ROUGE ALLURE legend. A gloss for women who love lipstick. A lipstick for women who love gloss.
• A high concentration of finely ground pigments for exceptional radiance, intensity and purity.
• The combination of a film-forming polymer and glass microbeads creates a mirror effect and optimises shine with a lacquered effect.
• Two polymers join forces to maintain shine and hold for hours on end.
• A unique blend of active ingredients composed of sappan wood, matcha green tea butter and a Vitamin E derivative known for its ability to moisturise and protect the lips.
Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme is classified as a bright fuschia. It has micro shimmers that appear silver in some lightings, and purple in some. The shimmers are not really very noticeable on the lips nor when swatched on the arm. In the arm swatch, Supreme is a medium, cool-toned hot pink that is very pigmented. It is like a darker and more opaque version of Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Extase.
The texture of Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme is very creamy and it applied smoothly over my lips. The doe-foot applicator distributed the color evenly across my lips. Supreme did not settle into my lip lines, and was semi-opaque in a single swipe. If a more opaque finish is desired, the color can be built up by adding another layer. Applying a lip liner or lipstick underneath is not really necessary, but will help make the color stick around much longer than using Supreme alone. If using Supreme by itself, especially if applying just one layer of it, exfoliating the lips would be recommended, just to create a smoother base. This doesn’t mean that it would accentuate dry flakes on chapped lips, because I had tried to apply Supreme on my dry lips without exfoliating first and without any lip balm or liner and the result was still smooth and even.
For a lipgloss, Chanel Supreme is not tacky nor sticky on the lips. It feels very light, and the finish is glossy and almost shimmery.
Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme is very moisturizing on my lips even though it has micro shimmers. Since it’s still a lipgloss, it only lasts about 3 to 4 hours on me, and leaves little or no stain at all. After eating and drinking, reapplication is definitely a must.
Chanel recommends to pair it with a tone-matching line of Le Crayon Levres for a lacquered result or with a matching Rouge Allure or Rouge Allure Velvet for an intense lacquered result (vinyl effect) as it adds colour intensity and extends hold.
Chanel L’Exuberante Rouge Allure Velvet is the exact match for Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme. I don’t have L’Exuberante, but I was able to swatch it together with Supreme at the Chanel counter, and they are really great together. It’s a real bummer that I forgot to take a picture of the swatches. The lip liner that came with the collection, Le Crayon Levres in Rouge Candy could also work. However, Chanel Rouge Candy is a coral pink, so when applied underneath Supreme, it kind of tones down the coolness of the lipgloss making it appear more warm-toned. I like this combination, though, since I have a yellowish skintone. 🙂
Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme also looks great when applied over MAC No Faux Pas (Matte) lipstick. (See the swatch below.)
Color and texture comparison swatches from L-R: Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme, Chanel Extrait de Gloss Reflexion, Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Extase and MAC No Faux Pas Lipstick with the lower half topped with Chanel Supreme.(Photo above)
The one click packaging is the same as the Chanel Rouge Allure lipsticks. I love it as much as I love the case of Extrait de Gloss, they are both classy and elegant. The new Rouge Allure Gloss is a little bit lighter, though, so it’s a plus for me – I hate carrying heavy stuff in my bag. 😉 It also has the same doe-foot applicator which dispenses the right amount of gloss enough for one application.
Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme is a gorgeous cool-toned pink lipgloss that can be worn even during the day. I believe that the matching nail polish for it is Chanel Tapage Le Vernis, but it can also be paired with Chanel Le Vernis Tentation.
Which brands of lipglosses are in your makeup collection? Have you tried the new Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Supreme?