Sephora Goddess Rouge Lacquer is a deep, reddish-burgundy with subtle, cool undertones and a cream finish. It had semi-opaque color payoff in a single layer, which applied fluidly without dragging on my lips. The texture was creamy with moderate slip, and while it did not feather on me, it was one that would give me pause if that is something that typically occurs for you. It felt lightweight, comfortable, and almost balm-like but still more in the realm of lipstick. The color did not apply as evenly as other shades, and there was some product that spread through my lip lines. It wore well for five hours and was hydrating while worn.
Sephora Power Suit Rouge Lacquer is a deep, eggplant purple with strong, warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. The formula was very creamy, melted noticeably as soon as I started applying it, and was harder to control along the edges of my lips. I would definitely recommend applying this shade over a lip liner and with a lip brush to minimize the movement. The pigmentation was semi-opaque, and based on the texture, I would not apply a second layer. The color sank into my lip lines and did not apply evenly on my lips. It lasted nicely for four and a half hours and was moisturizing over time. I didn’t experience feathering but would be concerned about it for those that is a more frequent occurrence.