There are Echeverias and then there is Echeveria agavoides 'Lipstick'. Subtly can be hard a times, I can tell you from experience. And with E. agavoides cultivars there is a subtle difference and so it takes a keen eye to separate them. In a pot it is a bit hard to tell E. 'Lipstick' from the others, but once you plant it out in the garden you will begin to see the difference. This is, in my experience, the largest of the E. agavoides, and this should be the first thing you notice, they look like a big artichokes on the ground. The other thing you will notice once this juicy plant makes its home is that it really multiplies. The last thing you can look for (although there are other cultivars with this characteristic) are the red tips which are what give it its name.
I love this little green gem. Here are just a few in my garden, can you see why I have so many?