YSL Spring 2014 ‘Flower Crush’ Collection Rouge Volupté #32 Corail Jalouse

It’s no secret that I am quite a fan of the Rouge Volupté range from YSL (evidence here, here, and here). When I heard word that YSL’s new Spring ‘Flower Crush‘ Collection featured four new shades, my heart began to race. The four new shades included, I  have heard, are said to be permanent. Included in the new release is #31 Fuchsia Storm, #32 Corail Jalouse (featured in this post), #33 Pink Neilia, and #34 Pink Asarina.

YSL-Spring-RV-32-1The formula is standard for the Rouge Volupté, smooth buttery goodness with an opaque finish. Some people find the RV formula too bold. As a little secret, I often times just pat the lipstick on for a less ‘in your face’ look. I personally find the formula very versatile in application.

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Corail Jalouse is a light peachy-pink, a stunner for sure. As standard the finish appears somewhat glossy and dries down to a satin finish.

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wearing #32 Corail Jalouse
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 Some Rouge Volupté comparison swatches
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left to right:

YSL Rouge Volupté #30 Faubourg Peach, YSL Rouge Voluté Shine #13 Pink in Paris, YSL Rouge Volupté #6 Pink in Devotion, YSL Rouge Volupté #32 Corail Jalouse, YSL Rouge Volupté #29 Opera Rose

YSL Rouge Volupté #32 Corail Jalouse $34

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22 thoughts on “YSL Spring 2014 ‘Flower Crush’ Collection Rouge Volupté #32 Corail Jalouse

  1. It’s gorgeous on you! A Taylor shade indeed! I wants it. But I also want everyone in those swatches too!

  2. Those swatches of shades of pink are so drool-worthy! Love this on you. I feel like it would run the risk of looking sort of barbie-ish on me, but you pull it off beautifully (ok let’s be real, you wear every shade beautifully!)

  3. This is a PERFECT everyday pink!
    Looks amazing on you! It’s interesting how it looks peachier in one light and pinker in the other. The finish is beautiful. I love YSL lipsticks 🙂

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