Le Métier de Beauté Pink Berry Crème and Coral Rose

March 10, 2013
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Le Métier de Beauté has released five new glosses (see line up with comparisons on The Ultimate Makeup and a snapshot of all shades on Twitter @BeautyGypsy). I purchased several from Neiman Marcus during their Beauty Event last month. My top two picks are Pink Berry Crème (a lip crème $36 for 0.22 fl oz/6.5 ml) and Coral Rose (sheer brilliance formula $32 for 0.22 fl oz/6.5 ml). Both are gorgeous spring colors.

Pink Berry Crème is a stunning rose gold in a pigmented creme formula. According to numerous sources, this is a re-launch of Cebu (formerly a Tyson’s Galleria exclusive) under a new name. I don’t have it to compare, but online reviews seem to show that these are indeed the same color. It has a gorgeous shimmery finish that isn’t frosty. Lasting power is average like most lipglosses. A few readers have e-mailed me about the scent of some newer glosses. Most I’ve tried have a lovely slightly burnt dusty vanilla smell. There are a few duo sets and also some exclusive releases that have a slightly different scent which is sweeter and a bit artificial smelling. However it’s not overpowering and fades within a few minutes. I’m not sure if it’s the same across all batches or just a few. 
Coral Rose is a high gloss coral peach. On me it’s surprisingly pigmented even though it’s on the sheerer side. There’s not really a plumping aspect to the formula but for some reason this one makes my lips look full. This one has no scent that I can detect. The finish has a high shine. I love it.
More photos below:

Lip swatches:

A few comparisons below show that there are similar shades, but both Pink Berry Creme and Coral Rose have a pretty sophisticated shimmer that I couldn’t find in any other gloss. Below glosses are from Le Metier unless indicated.

I found both Pink Berry Crème and Coral Rose to be lovely additions for spring. The colors are naturally flattering without being too natural. The colors are perfect to wear alone or over lipsticks and are versatile enough to incorporate into any look. Both should be available at all Le Metier de Beaute counters by now. For online shoppers I’ll include a few links below. Note that Pink Berry Creme is a lip creme formula which is more pigmented and slightly more expensive. Coral Rose is the sheer brilliance gloss formula which is sheerer more glossy and a bit cheaper.
  • Pink Berry Creme can be found at Neimans (I would try calling your local counter to help you locate, it’s not showing up online right now at many locations)
  • Coral Rose can also be found at Nordstrom, Neimans and Saks

Did you try any of the new glosses from Le Metier? Thoughts? Which one is your favorite?

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  • Ooooh, I can't decide which one I like on you the most, seriously! I thought I would totally love Coral Rose the most but Pink Berry Crème looks at least as pretty! ^^ I really need Coral Rose for layering purposes, I bet it's great! Never tried a gloss from lMdB yet but soon! ^^

  • Hey hon, I tried to comment but it looks like blogger ate it? Just a heads up! ^^

  • Wow, coral rose is a gorgeous color that looks amazing on you! I've never tried LMdB glosses, but coral rose will have me stopping by a counter real soon!

  • Paige

    Coral Rose looks gorgeous. I should have bought that one too. I got Pink-e Promise which is somewhat a bright blue-based pink. This was my first LMdB purchase and I like the gloss very much.

  • luvly colors & nice post hon !

  • They all look so beautiful! I can't see how you could possibly pick just one 🙂

  • Pretty– I'm loving all the sorbet tones that have come out this Spring.

  • Candice

    Hi Sabrina,

    Beautiful colors! Do these dry out your lips?