MAC Fleur Welcome Glowplay Lip Balm is a medium, pinky-red with subtle, cool undertones and a glossy finish. It had semi-sheer color coverage, which was as marketed, that applied evenly and smoothly across my lips. There was a noticeable tint but definite translucency that would allow the natural lip color to come through, so it could look different based on one’s natural pigmentation. It had a balmy consistency that was smooth, dense initially but was quick to warm up and soften as it was pulled across my lips. The product was lightweight to wear with moderate slip and no tackiness. It lasted for three hours and felt lightly hydrating, though it wasn’t particularly long-wearing (a claim made).
MAC Floral Coral Glowplay Lip Balm is a soft, medium dusty coral with warmer, pink-leaning undertones and a luminous sheen. It had a balmy consistency that was smooth and denser in the tube, but it softened and “melted,” which gave way to a more emollient feel once it came into the contact of the warmth of my lips. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that built up to medium coverage with a second layer, and the color applied evenly without emphasizing lip texture or settling into my lip lines noticeably. It wore well for three hours and felt lightly moisturizing over time.
Pinking of You
MAC Pinking of You Glowplay Lip Balm is a very light pink with subtle, cool undertones and a luminous sheen. It had a milkier quality to it, so there was a bit of product that settled into my deeper lip lines, though it wasn’t too noticeable in person. The texture felt smooth and dense initially, but it warmed up and softened to a more emollient, balmy feel on my lips. It stayed on decently for two and a half hours and felt lightly hydrating while worn.