I picked up a couple of items from Chanel's most recent releases in the Rouge Allure range: Lip Colour in #66 Confidentielle and Extrait De Gloss in #55 Confidence. I don't have the Rouge Coco in Rose Dentelle, but have looked at it a few times in the store and was debating whether or not to purchase it. I think Confidentielle may be similar enough that I don't need both. It's a very pretty and wearable rosy-pink with a touch of shimmer. Confidence lip gloss is a great match but also looks lovely on its own, and I really like the texture and design of the sponge applicator.
I also got the nail colour #491 Rose Confidentiel, which could be described as a brownish-rose. It is an attractive color, but not what I would call a groundbreaking shade, and I recently read one woman's opinion that it looks like an old-fashioned shade and something her "grandmother might have worn" (no offense to lovely and stylish grandmothers of the world!). But I do think it all depends on your personal style--if worn with the right outfit I think this could look modern enough. I like to pair shades like this with outfits of ivory, beiges, taupes, deep chocolatey-browns, burgundys, plums, or greys. Every once in a while, after all of the edgy, trendy or glittery colors (which I love!), it can be refreshing to return to something a little more subdued, romantic and classicly pretty like Rose Confidentiel.
Rouge Allure Lip Gloss: Confidence
Below is the lipstick with a little bit of the gloss top:
Left to Right: Chanel Imperial, Sephora by OPI Studs & Stilettos and Dating the Drummer, Essie Double Dip, Sally Hansen Haute Chocolate, Sephora by OPI Do I Know You?
Left to Right: Sephora by OPI Do I Know You?, Chanel Rose Confidentiel, Zoya Mia, OPI Dulce de Leche
Note: I think Rose Confidentiel looks slightly darker in person than in the photos