Giorgio Armani Cruise (531) Lip Maestro is a darker, slightly muted reddish plum with moderately warm undertones and a fine reddish pearl throughout a cream finish. It had nearly opaque pigmentation in a single stroke, and the texture was fluid, creamy, but not overly slippery, as it had a slight “film” that hugged my lips, allowing it to apply evenly and smoothly across my lips (but not in a clingy way). It was moisturizing and lasted for six hours while on.
Giorgio Armani Glow (532) Lip Maestro is a darker brownish plum with warm undertones and a multi-colored pearl. It had a shimmerier finish than most Lip Maestros, and I’ve noticed that shimmerier shades often have a translucency to them that other Lip Maestros don’t. Because of its velvety, lightly creamy texture, this shade had semi-sheer to semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation that applied evenly and smoothly across my lips without emphasizing my lip lines. It was comfortable to wear for five hours and hydrating over time.