Beige Satin (121)
YSL Beige Satin (121) Rouge Volupte Shine Oil-in-Stick is a light-medium brown with muted, warm undertones and a luminous sheen with faint pearl throughout. It had medium pigmentation in a single stroke, which was as marketed, and covered my lips with an even layer of product. The texture was balm-like with high slip, so it felt more emollient on, despite being lightweight and thin. There was a very small amount of product that settled into my deeper lip lines that was visible in the close-up photo but not in person. It wore well for three hours and felt lightly hydrating over time.
Burnt Zellige (122)
YSL Burnt Zellige (122) Rouge Volupte Shine Oil-in-Stick is a light-medium copper with warmer undertones and a luminous sheen. It had medium color payoff that adhered well to my lips, but it was a smidgen streaky and seemed a little more prone to settling into my lip lines compared to other shades–not quite noticeable in person, though. It had a lightweight, smooth consistency that was balm-like and very emollient, so it wasn’t particularly long-wearing but comfortable to have on. It stayed on nicely for three hours and felt moisturizing while worn.
Nude Transparent (123)
YSL Nude Transparent (123) Rouge Volupte Shine Oil-in-Stick is a light peach with warmer, brownish undertones and a luminous sheen. It had medium color coverage in a single stroke, which was as marketed, and the color applied fairly evenly. For as much slip as the formula had paired with such a light color, it applied well, but it could have been a little more even and slightly less prone to getting into my lip lines. The consistency was lightweight, thin but not clingy, and more emollient, like a lip balm. It lasted for two hours on me but felt lightly hydrating.