I've spoken about Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipsticks in detail here - link but since then I have picked up three new shades which are show stoppingly good so I thought it would only be fair that I shared a brief review
and some swatches!
Unlike other lipstick launches the shades have been split into three colour families Preppy (For Style Addicts) - mostly nude shades. Colour Block (For Bright Eye-Catching Colours) right and bold shades and lastly Night Out (Shades for Divine Glamour) which features the deeper shades in the range.

07 Fuchsia Graffiti  - A super bright blue based pink that is very reminiscent of MAC's Show Orchid
which is a pro shade and not all that easy to get hold off and of course fairly pricey.
This is a great dupe and a very pretty shade indeed.

14 Pretty Prune - Despite having an unfortunate name this is a truly beautiful deep and again blue based red
with a slight brown tone. This shade really makes teeth appear whiter than they are and in my opinion is
the perfect red for fair skin tones.

17 Rose Millesime - A pretty pinky peach that has yellow undertones which veers it into the neutral catagory. A perfect every day shade and one for all coral and peach fans like myself!

The formula of the Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipsticks are light, silky and feel almost gel like on the lips.
Neither shade clung to dry patches and felt soothing, hydrating and almost balm like on the lips.
On the lips both shades share a light sheen finish that is not really glossy and appears to be more creamy than anything else, think MAC Cremesheen lipsticks and you'll have the general idea.
Bourjois do claim that the formula will offer hydration for up to 10 hours which I do to be a slight exaggeration as the lipstick tends to wear for close to four hours but given that it is very moisturising when on the lips, jam packed with pigment and does not highlight flaws I feel we can let that fact slide!

Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipsticks £7.99/ via Boots - link
currently on offer as buy one get one half price.