Paint Sheen (or Gloss)
Benjamin Moore Aura Semi Gloss Woodwork with Aura Matte Walls.
No sheen, not washable or not very washable, touches up easily, hides imperfections, perfect for ceilings or walls with imperfections.
Very slight sheen close to flat, usually only comes in higher grades of paint, usually reasonably washable after curing, doesn't highlight imperfections very much, excellent for all walls.
Light to moderate sheen, higher grades of paint are usually reasonably washable after curing, can highlight imperfections depending on lighting , good choice for all walls in reasonably good condition.
Moderate sheen, usually reasonably washable after curing, would highlight imperfections on walls , enamel is excellent for trim, wall paint should generally only be used in kitchens and bathrooms.
Definite sheen, usually washable after curing, would highlight imperfections on walls , enamel is excellent for trim wall paint should generally only be used for commercial kitchens and bathrooms.
Basically the same as High-Gloss. Some companies use the terms interchangeably but sometimes gloss can have slightly less sheen than high-gloss.
Very high sheen, generally very durable and washable, excellent for trim, furniture, and certain industrial and commercial applications.