Giorgio Armani Sun (215) Lip Maestro is a medium coppery-orange with warmer undertones and a soft, fine pearl throughout a creamier finish. It had a nearly opaque color payoff and a smooth, lightweight texture that was fluid without being overly emollient, but it still had a high-shine finish. It lasted five and a half hours and felt hydrating while on.
Giorgio Armani Mediterranea (216) Lip Maestro is a darker, rich copper with moderate, warm undertones and fine copper and red pearl throughout. It had semi-opaque pigmentation in a single layer and felt more emollient and slightly glossier than other Lip Maestros (which are often creamier and denser). The color applied evenly to my lips but only lasted five hours, which was a little short for this formula but was moisturizing.