Giorgio Armani Luce (101) is a very warm-toned, medium peach with a sparkle finish. It is a permanent lipgloss that retails for $38.00 and contains 0.2 oz.
Giorgio Armani Luce (101) Ecstasy Lacquer ($38.00 for 0.20 oz.) is a light-medium peach with warm undertones and golden pearl. It is a new shade for spring, and it was described as having "its pigment levels ... reduced" with the addition of "mother-of-pearl." It had semi-sheer coverage with a healthy helping of shimmer and a ridiculous amount of shine. The texture was lightweight, almost watery initially, and was easy to spread across my lips. It developed into a more gel-like, plusher consistency within a few minutes of wear (which was when I took photos). It wore well for six and a half hours, was lightly hydrating, and was comfortable to wear. The longwear was what set this type of gloss apart from others like it.
Between the high-shine, even shimmer distribution, and long, comfortable wear time, I've set it aside as a personal go-to for one-and-done shades as it'll go with just about any look.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
Introducing Ecstasy Lacquer-The shine of a lacquer, the color & comfort of a lipstick, & the hold of a stain. The innovative Armani Liquid Vinyl Technology features the highest concentration of water soluble pigments, allowing for pure, vivid color impact with maximum long wear results. The formula is enriched with glycerin for comfortable application and long lasting hydration. It can be applied in a single layer for a subtle touch of color, added over any Armani lipstick as a top coat, or in a layered application for a bold, statement lip.