MAC Smoked Almond Lipstick is a muted, medium-dark coral with warm undertones and a satin sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that applied evenly but separated along my lip lines and emphasized my lip texture as a result. The consistency was denser, a bit firm, but it melted against my lips enough not to drag during application. It wore well for four hours and was lightly hydrating.
This color used to be available in the Liptensity formula, and it was more pigmented with a creamier, glossier finish (better quality overall).
MAC Good Form Lipstick is a medium-dark, coppery-red with warm undertones and a fine, pearly sheen. It had a “Lustre” finish, which meant it wasn’t supposed to be full coverage (like most of the MAC lipstick finishes), though it still had more medium to semi-opaque color payoff in a single layer. The texture was thin, lightly emollient, but it didn’t feel clingy and didn’t settle into my lip lines. It stayed on well for three and a half hours and was neither drying nor hydrating on me.