Guerlain Rouge Automatique Lipstick was launched earlier than the Shine range. The packaging and concept is almost the same, just that one is more opaque and the other is more sheer & shiny. Below three paragraphs taken from the Guerlain Website to describe what this range of luxurious lipstick is trying to achieve:
Objective 1: Second-skin texture An extremely fine film in total osmosis with the skin thanks to sensory oils + waxes.
Objective 2: Boosted colours A tailor-made shine with made-to-measure sheerness thanks to the Cristal Pigment, which makes it possible to obtain luminous, clear and pure colours with no white effect.
Objective 3: Remarkable long-lasting hold that combines immediate comfort and lasting radiance. An exceptional shine, stay-put colour, feather-proof lipstick thanks to a complex of oil + resin.
Nahema #143 does not apply true to the bullet colour, which is supposed to be vibrant orange. I would describe this as a coral pink lipstick with very fine golden shimmer which is not noticeable or gritty on the lips. The subtle golden shimmer makes this lipstick look shiny on the lips and the sheer-ness of this colour makes it feels almost like the Shine Automatique range.
Guerlain Rouge Automatique range also retails for SGD 51 each at all Guerlain / Sephora in Singapore 🙂