Mouthwatering colour. A refreshingly light texture. Sensoriality to savor. CHANEL introduces ROUGE COCO GLOSS.

A concentrate of “joie de vivre” to take with you wherever you go, ROUGE COCO GLOSS, developed in collaboration with Lucia Pica – CHANEL Global Creative Makeup and Color Designer, is a new delectable formula that mixes together exceptional ingredients, sensuality and unstoppable voluptuousness, all in a wide palette of dazzling colors.

Transparent to intense, scintillating and tangy, luminous and saturated with pigments, the texture of ROUGE COCO GLOSS is a melt-away gel with comforting glide-on application. Sweep on with the sensorial applicator and watch it instantly fuse with the lips, you can almost apply it with your eyes closed. The non-sticky formula deliciously adapts to every curve, transforming into an aquatic illusion.

The secret at the heart of its highly nutritive formula: the HYDRABOOST complex. Natural waxes of jojoba, sunflower and mimosa, sprinkled with a natural coconut oil derivative, deliver instant comfort and long-lasting hydration. A beneficial cocktail in perfect affinity with skin that revives the senses and leaves lips soft and supple.

Radiant and dazzling, your smile has never been this tempting. With its gel-likefinish, ROUGE COCO GLOSS illuminates lips with mirror shine. Combined with a film-forming polymer, its translucent glass beads reflect light in every direction. A natural-origin volumizing oligopeptide also plumps lips with each application.

And, yes, Lily-Rose Depp is the face of the new makeup campaign for ROUGE COCO GLOSS. A young, up-and-coming actress, Lily-Rose Depp is already the face for N°5 L’EAU. She embodies her generation and its values of freedom and boldness to perfection, bringing to the makeup her youthful freshness and beauty.


Do note this: Lily-Rose Depp has started her movie career in 2014 with a cameo role in Tusk directed by Kevin Smith, and has recently starred in three films: Yoga Hosers directed by Kevin Smith, Planetarium directed by Rebecca Zlotowski, and La Danseuse (The Dancer) directed by Stéphanie Di Giusto and for which she is nominated to the César Award for the Most Promising Actress.