Whirl is a difficult bitch to swatch in a meaningful way.
< In natural indoor shade, the dirty/silty aspect prevails, crowding out the subtler hints of barely-there shady carnation and lilac-grey that are important contributors to the overall impression. So superimpose slightly funereal over what you're seeing here.
In the warmer shot below right it is rendering too cardboard-brown. In reality it's almost a dead-on match for the tonality of my own dark, cool lips; if you're paler in the mouth you might get a bit of a fright at the level of contrast Whirl provides, and be conscious of the fact that it will almost certainly pull too ashy on the wrong skin. On the bright side, it doesn't amplify facial redness which is a bonus
Someone else might be able to achieve that apparently coveted cretinous inflatable jailbait look with Whirl, but I'm too cranky and too bitey for it to look insert cock here-ish. On me it looks adult and even austere, so don't be afraid of any imagined dumbification or associative toxicity with this shade- personal context is everything. Are you as glad as I am?
Postscript- I was going to pick up MAC Stone from the same collection, but I've seen it on a few other people now and ooooh... tough one to pull off. Approach with ten layers of caution. While it might be interesting in the bathroom mirror (and this is coming from someone with very broad tastes), I've yet to see it look like anything but scuffed arse and/or nasty footpath in outdoor lighting. Nasty footpath can be a perfectly legitimate thing but it should probably be a conscious decision, lol. Stone needs a very careful supporting look and a really narrow set of undertones. My advice- admire from a distance and invest elsewhere.