MAC Teddy 2.0 Powder Kiss Lipstick is a darker, peachyb eige with warm undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that adhered well to my lips and glided across them smoothing as the texture was lightweight, thin, and velvety. The lipstick sat decently on my lips but was a little more prone to emphasizing my natural lip texture, so you’ll definitely want to ensure you’ve properly exfoliated and I’d skip this shade if you have naturally drier lips (with cracking, flaking, or peeling). It wore decently for three hours and felt non-drying.
MAC Sheer Outrage Powder Kiss Lipstick is a light-medium pink-coral with moderate, warm undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had medium to semi-opaque color payoff that applied without streaking, but the texture was more prone to pilling and looked almost “crumbly” on my lips. There was also some product that pulled into my lip lines, which became more apparent over time (in person). The lipstick felt lightweight, thin, and more velvety, much like other shades in the formula, but the way it sat on my lips was unflattering. This shade lasted for three and a half hours on me and felt neither drying nor hydrating.
MAC Brickthrough Powder Kiss Lipstick ($21.00 for 0.1 oz.) is a muted, medium coral with moderate, warm undertones and leaned just barely pink paired with a semi-matte finish. It had semi-opaque color coverage in one layer, which applied evenly and smoothly across my lips without emphasizing my natural texture. The lipstick felt lightweight, thin, and velvety without being too clingy, though there was the smallest amount of product visible in my deeper lip lines in the photos, I didn’t notice it in person. It stayed on well for four hours and felt non-drying.