Chanel Glossimers are my favorite lip glosses because of their texture and staying power. A lot of glosses cause a thin white line of.... gunk to form around the inside of my lips (those who have experienced the same problem will know exactly what I'm talking about). I've never experienced that issue while wearing a Glossimer.
In the Tube, Pampille (#156) looks exactly like a less sparkly Iris (#96). In fact, I often mistake one for the other when searching through my glossimer stash. I would call it a pale beige peachy pink with shimmer and silver sparkles. On my lips is another matter.... I'm sure I could never mistake one for the other since Iris is so shimmery and sparkly that it's almost frosty, whereas Pampille's shimmer is barely visible and it's sparkle is much more understated. The sparkles are very fine.... much too fine to be called glitter and cannot be felt on the lips. It's nearly sheer when applied, but does add a touch of color.
It's texture and staying power are average for Glossimers.... very slightly sticky and wears for at least 4 hrs without eating/drinking.
This certainly isn't one of the more exciting glossimers, but I find it to be a great MLBB shade so I'm happy I purchased it. If I run out, I would probably repurchase. Those with several nearly clear glossimers can probably skip this one though.
Very pretty light warm shimmery pink. Not glittery but shimmery. I would purchase again. I was going for waterlily but since it was limited edition this one was recommended. It is very pretty!