L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick in Mulberry: Review, Swatch, FOTD

L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick in Mulberry (available here):  Indulge in the colour of pure luxury with Color Riche Nurturing and Protective Lipcolour with richer, creamier, and more moisturizing than ever before with omega-3, vitamin E, and argan oil to smooth and soften lips.

 L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick in Mulberry is a plummy mauve coloured lipstick that looks darker in the tube than on the lips, but it definitely is a darker shade.  The pigmentation is awesome - the lipstick goes on opaque and covers all the uneven pigmentation on my lips yet feels light and comfortable on my lips, and I love the creamy finish to it.  Like all L'Oreal Color Riche lipsticks, Mulberry too has a bit of a strong fragrance to it, but it's something I am quite used to by now and not really that much of an issue if you use a lip brush.  Scroll on for photos:

LOreal Makeup Color Riche plum mauve Lipstick Mulberry 710 Swatch Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog Swatches Reviews FOTD Looks
L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick - Mulberry (710) - Looks a plummy mauve with a bit of brown in the tube.
LOreal Makeup Color Riche plum mauve Lipstick Mulberry 710 Swatch Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog Swatches Reviews FOTD Looks
LOreal Makeup Color Riche plum mauve Lipstick Mulberry 710 Swatch Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog Swatches Reviews FOTD Looks
LOreal Makeup Color Riche plum mauve Lipstick Mulberry 710 Swatch Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog Swatches Reviews FOTD Looks
L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick - Mulberry (710) - Swatch
LOreal Makeup Color Riche plum mauve Lipstick Mulberry 710 Swatch Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog Swatches Reviews FOTD Looks
And here's me - L'Oreal Color Riche Lipstick - Mulberry (710) :D
While I won't call this the easiest of colours to use, with my darker Indian skin tone, I find this slightly darkened plummy mauve a more wearable colour as compared to some of the brighter pinks, and I can always sheer it down a bit with blotting or using a lip brush.  I think this would make a nice transition shade between the brighter pinks for the summer and the deeper berries and plums of the winter.