Flecks of micro glitter swim about Chanel’s Amour 166, but it’s not in your face; it’s reminiscent of a holographic formula. The light reflecting particles help to enhance the soft coral shade and when you put your lips together you don’t feel any grittiness.
I added Amour to my rotation a few months ago, but managed to let it slip through the cracks. It’s not because I didn’t love it – let’s just say my attention span (or lack thereof) got the best of me.
Oh hey, what’s over there?
Ultimately what drew me to buying Amour was the advertising. I just had to have the colour as seen on the model’s lips. Don’t you think it’s amazing how well an advertising campaign can drive sales for a brand?
Touches of Spring, a whiff of the famous Chanel boucle jacket and that doggone bone, er, gloss tightly held between her teeth. It’s mine, not yours!
That war or inner-monologue waged in my head until I decided to make it mine (too).
I don’t get a strong coral hue on my lips thanks to the fact they’re pretty pigmented – it’s nothing a little foundation can’t fix. Amour sticks around for a solid three hours, unless I decide to eat or drink. Then, I can most certainly expect the colour to fade away quickly.
Chanel’s Glossimer is light, a tad sticky and easy to apply. Perfect for those days when you just need a little colour to brighten that smile of yours.
The Bagful breakdown:
Total amount for Chanel’s Glossimer in 166 Amour:
- $45.00 AUS / $29.50 USD
Value for money spent (performance and quality):
- 7 out of 10 bags – pricey for what it is.
Likelihood to purchase again:
- Autumn 2012 looks oh so inviting.