By Terry's famous rose balm now comes in six different tinted versions of the Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur ($56 for 7 g/0.24 oz, made in France). Right now the availability of colors is a bit limited, but they should all be at By Terry counters soon. Three of the shades in Rosy Babe 1 (a baby pink), Mandarina Pulp 2 (fresh mandarin coral) and Cherry Bomb 3 (a lush cherry red pink) are available now exclusively at Space NK. The other three Bloom Berry 4, Fig Fiction 5 and Toffee Cream 6 are currently available at Barneys.
I checked the first three shades out last week at Space NK with the Beauty Professor. We're both fans of the regular Baume de Rose (my thoughts here and here). Below are the three shades we saw in store at Space NK in Bloomingdales (taken with an iPhone in store with bad lighting):
For the tinted colors, I picked out Mandarina Pulp 2. It's a lush orangey shade that gives a rich but soft tint of coral. There's no shimmer in it but it has a slightly transparent quality and a shine that gives the lips a luscious glow.
Here it is swatched on me:
The tinted Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleurs are $56 and smaller in size at 7g compared to the regular Baume de Rose priced at $60 for 10g. The circumference of each tube is the same but the tinted ones are a bit shorter. In case you haven't seen my previous review on the original Baume de Rose, it's one of my favorite lip balms. It took me several years of thinking about it before I decided to splurge on a $60 lip balm. My lips are normal but sensitive and prone to drying out with certain lipsticks (like MAC). It usually takes a couple days for my lips to restore to the normal state (for some reason I still can't resist MAC lipsticks). With the By Terry Baume de Rose, if I use this at night my lips don't peel the next day. It's rich, lush and I find it amazing for my lips although it's definitely not a must-have. There are other lip balms that work well without the high price tag, but I have no regrets and love it. The tub is quite large and it will last a long time. My other favorite lip balm picks reviewed here and here.
The By Terry Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur vs regular Baume de Rose:
Some other coral lip shades to compare: