Estee Lauder Dreamlike (904) Pure Color Illuminating Shine is a light, pink-coral with moderate, warm undertones and a glossy, luminous finish. It had semi-opaque, buildable color payoff, which was more coverage than promised (it was supposed to be sheer in one layer and then buildable0. The texture was lightweight, creamy, and almost balm-like as it had a fair amount of slip, which resulted in the product settling into my lip lines and clinging to imperfections. It lasted for three hours but had further settling over time, but the formula was hydrating at least!
Estee Lauder Intuitive (910) Pure Color Illuminating Shine is a medium pink-coral with a luminous finish that was shiny without being overly shimmery. The lipstick had a lightweight consistency that was creamy, smooth, and had moderate slip, which helped it glide comfortably across my lips. It had semi-opaque pigmentation in one layer, which was a lot more coverage than marketed, and built up to almost full coverage with a second layer. This shade wore well for four hours and felt moisturizing over time.
Estee Lauder Astonishing (912) Pure Color Illuminating Shine is a brighter, medium-dark fuchsia pink with subtle, cool undertones and barely-there iridescent pearl. It was one of the few shades with noticeable pearl and not just a shiny finish. The texture was lightweight, creamy, and had moderate slip, which helped the product glide comfortably over my lips, but thankfully, it didn’t settle noticeably into my lip lines nor was feathering an issue. It had medium, buildable pigmentation, so it was more pigmented than marketed. This shade stayed on nicely for four hours and felt hydrating over time.