MAC Good Moaninnnn Lipstick is a soft, peachy coral with moderate, warm undertones and a satin finish. It had good color coverage in a single layer, which could be built to nearly full coverage with a second layer but needed a lip pencil underneath to get it to be opaque.
The texture was lightweight, dense without being stiff to work with, and applied evenly across my lips without tugging. The formula could have sat better on my lips, as there was slight separation along my deeper lip lines that worsened slightly over time. It stayed on well for four and a half hours and felt lightly hydrating.
MAC Junie Bee Lipstick is a medium purple with warmer, pink undertones and cooler, blue and violet micro-sparkle. It had medium pigmentation in one application, which didn’t build up too much beyond that.
It had a lightweight, thinner, and lightly emollient consistency that felt wetter than most of the shades in the collection. There was product that sank into my deeper lip lines, but the shine and sparkle made it difficult to see it in person (unless looking in a magnifying mirror!). This shade lasted decently for four hours, left a pinkish stain behind, and felt non-drying.