MAC Bloombox Lipstick is a bright, medium-dark coral with moderate, warm undertones–balanced between pink and orange–paired with a semi-matte finish. It had opaque color coverage but had a tendency to separate/pull away from my lip lines, so it appeared a little patchy in places. The consistency was moderately dense, slightly thicker (which I expect was why it didn’t sit as smoothly on my lips), but smooth and comfortable to apply. It stayed on well for five and a half hours and felt lightly hydrating over time.
MAC Dramarama Lipstick is a vivid, neon pink with warmer undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had nearly opaque color coverage in a single stroke, which could be built up to full coverage with a little more layered as needed. The product applied fairly evenly but was prone to separating and settling into my lip lines, and there was a little streakiness along the edges. The lipstick had a denser, thicker consistency that felt smooth and velvety, so it was comfortable to apply in a fluid stroke, but it was less forgiving of lip texture and imperfections. It wore nicely for five hours, left a stain behind, and felt non-drying.
MAC Moody Bloom Lipstick is a deeper red with neutral-to-warm undertones and a semi-matte finish. It was richly pigmented with a smooth, lightly creamy consistency that was moderately dense but not too thick or too thin, so it had good adhesion but was a little more forgiving of lip texture and any imperfections associated with it. It lasted well for six hours, left a stain behind, and felt neither drying nor hydrating over time.