If you picked up your birthday gift this year, Pink Chocolate is almost exactly the same as N9. However, Pink Chocolate transfers more pigment per "swipe" across the lips. Aside from that, same texture, sheen and moisture. Anyway, hopefully that's a good point for comparison. If you didn't get the birthday gift from MUFE this year, sorry I'm of no help! :(
answered 2 months, 4 weeks ago
I cannot speak as to how Lollipop compares to the other TF colors you mention, except to say that Lollipop has visible gold glitter (described as "shimmer" in color description) that IMHO takes away from the potential of the underlying color. Some women may like the glittery effect. I doubt that the other colors you cite have glitter so that makes Lollipop different from teh rest. I suggest trying it in the store first before buying. I found the glitter unattractive, especially because it had fallout. Lollipop was a return for me.
I only know about Pink Chocolate, which I have. It is NOT a darker color. It is like a pink mauve or light plum.
answered 7 months ago
(New York, New York)
pink chocolate is warmer than the other berry shades--it's not deep by any means. definitely a richer natural lip shade that can be worn with both warm and cool looks!
Pink chocolate is very similar to honey bear