Sephora Slay Rouge Lacquer is a medium pink with warm undertones and a cream finish. The color coverage was semi-opaque in one layer, but the formula didn’t lend itself to being buildable as it felt too slick when I did so. The texture was creamy, lightweight, and emollient, and it seemed to show in how this one looked on my lips–sank into some of my lip lines, caught on lip texture, and didn’t go on as evenly as it could have. The lipstick wore well for three and a half hours and was lightly moisturizing while worn.
Sephora CEO Rouge Lacquer is a brighter, medium pink-coral with soft, warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had semi-opaque color coverage that adhered fairly evenly, but it seemed to emphasize my lip imperfections and settled into a few of my lip lines–though way less than I’d expect based on how creamy and emollient the texture of it was. It stayed on well for four and a half hours and was lightly hydrating over time.
Sephora Girl to Know Rouge Lacquer is a bright, raspberry pink with subtle, warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had nearly opaque color payoff in a single layer, which went on evenly and didn’t sink into my lip lines. The texture was lightweight, creamy, and emollient with noticeable slip, though I didn’t find it feathered on me over time. This shade lasted nicely for four and a half hours, left a slight stain behind, and was lightly moisturizing while worn.