Alisa Wong

Like stained glass windows, we sparkle and shine when the sun is out. When darkness sets in, true beauty is revealed if there is light from within.

L’Oreal Colour Riche Lipstick: Beige Sienna & Peach Dream

loreal colour riche lipstick beige sienna peach dream review

There was a period where Watsons kept placing the Colour Riche lipsticks line on sale. Back then I was still on my nude lippies kick and searching for the perfect nude lip. Picked up Beige Sienna (BP401) and Peach Dream (C402). Wasn’t blogging yet at that point so I don’t have pristine pictures of these. Please excuse the well-loved lip bullets! 😉

The line was repackaged a while back, but these colours are still available with the same name.

loreal colour riche lipstick beige sienna peach dream swatch

Both lippies are creamy and pigmented. Beige Sienna is a soft, dusky pinkish nude, while peach dream is a warmer, orangey shade.

loreal colour riche lipstick beige sienna peach dream swatch

Swatched on balmy & moisturised lips. My lips are naturally very dry, impossible to go without a balm or gloss coat.

Though pigmented, natural lip pigmentation (it’s genetic!) will show through. Be sure to use a concealer as a base to get the truest colour. It transfers and doesn’t last through a meal, so you’ll need to touch up. No scent.


  • Pigmented & not too drying
  • Fades evenly, no awkward marks
  • Doesn’t sink into & emphasise lip lines too much
  • Comfortable & lightweight


  • Can get uneven when swiping. I found dabbing motions to get the most even finish


I like them! Been using them regularly and for the longest time, particularly Peach Dream for some colour— until I lost them with my makeup pouch D:!

Will I repurchase? Maybe, just not the same colours. I’ve found a great way to work a pink-red into the perfect nude & if you’re interested to find out, I will share it with you guys 😉 Won’t be searching for nudes anytime soon, they’re too much of a hit/miss.

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