Am adding my review just to mention that while I can see how this shade might look like apricot/coral on assorted skin tones, it's more of a neutral, natural pink on me, which I like. Good for an understated look on my fair skin, for days when I want to look put together, but don't have time for retouching frequently. Know what others mean about being baffled about the titling of LQ shades, including this Pink. Actually, really like how Poppy King puts a different spin on pink, a lot more dignified than what you often get with pink. Have noticed that with Saint Pink, it seems pink-ier and a little more girly, think it has something to do with texture of the Saints. Really like how the Sinners go on relatively moist, even though it's a pretty matte lipstick.
Have chatted repeatedly with LQ marketing people(who seem very nice) on the subject of getting the word out to women of color to try the LQ products, maybe not this shade, but the wines and berries. Anyway, one thing that got brought up is the trickiness of accurately describing the various colors: one thing that makes it especially tricky is that the different shades can look so different depending on your skin tone. So, if any of you make up junkies wanted to band together and take photos of women with different skin tones wearing the different shades, would not be surprised if the LQ website would be agreeable to allowing a link.