Oh Latin hotness, how do I love thee? If I were to truly count the ways, we'd be here a long-arse time. Without knowing who the hell Pedro Lourenço is, I would go so far as to say I would marry him. Yes, bigamously, and okay, maybe he wouldn't be completely down with it, but whatever. Because he came up with MAC True Red. And I just googled his pic.
There's some confusion about the exact nature of the shade online, so I put extra effort into getting these images true to life, waiting for really neutral midday winter sun. Without tooting my own horn too much I can assure you they're almost perfectly representational on my iMac monitor, particularly the first shot above left, so have a good look if you're thinking of swooping on this shade. Don't wait too long- it's LE.
And don't let the in-the-tube brightness put you off; it's around 90% opaque and on dark lips like mine especially it looks deeper and less... sex doll-y. I find it's forgiving and complex enough an orange to wear sheered out. In fact, True Red is a silky dream to apply, going on like someone's licking your lips while eating ice-cream (in the best possible way/just ignore me) and laying out that lovely pigment in a very obliging manner.
For reference, MAC Orange lipmix is a true clean orange. MAC Lady Danger is by far the closest match but they're not dupes; the latter is a stronger, hotter, far more totalitarian scarlet that basically abolishes your lip colour, while True Red is quite a bit more subtle- cooler, less bright and more adaptive and flattering due to its vague translucence. I have difficulties with orange lipstick because of my dark mouth but find True Red entirely doable.
Just like Pedro.