There are two shades of Chanel Rouge Coco Shine lipstick in L'Ete Papillon de Chanel Collection. The one I chose was Pygmalion (you can see swatches of Idylle and the rest of the collection on The Raeviewer). It looks coralish in the tube but translates into a medium watermelony red on skin and lips. I love Pygmalion because it neutralizes the natural color of my lips and gives me a brighter look. It's a very flattering shade, easy to wear, can be built or layered to your heart's desire, and like all Chanel Rouge Coco Shine leaves a fairly long-lasting stain behind.
I know that some people have issues with the formula of Chanel Rouge Coco Shine and actually find it drying. I don't have this problem, but because my lips are prone to dryness I load them with moisturizers throughout the day, so maybe that's helping. I've been loving (an understatement, actually. Review coming soon) the new Hourglass lip serum as a base for everything, and it makes the shine of Rouge Coco Shine last longer.
Bottom Line: worth getting a backup.
Chanel Pygmalion Rouge Coco Shine ($34) is a limited edition lipstick for Summer 2013. It's now on teh counters and at chanel.com.