Rose Tourbillion is a glowy, cool, saturated, medium-to-deep raspberry-pink with no discernible shimmer on the cheek. I use a stippling (skunk) brush, and I get “dolly” pink cheeks. I’d say it’s also more pigmented than the average European JC.
Candy photographed a little dark in the swatch, but it’s a glowy, medium, warm, yellow-pinked peach. Tea Rose is a glowy, light, peached-pink. Espiegle is a medium coral-peach; its glowiness borders on shimmery. NARS Cadaques is a medium, dewy, sheer cool raspberry pink.
The main difference between Rose Tourbillon and Cadaques is in the finish (dewy vs. natural-to-glowy) and buildability — you can’t build Cadaques up very much before it starts to get sticky.
The Chanel blushes swatched here are all the European (baked) version. As a general rule, the European JCs are less pigmented than their American counterparts. They’re also sometimes different colors.