There is no doubt that when it comes to editing, there are a million different ways to do it.
The process can sometimes get quite overwhelming when you start to play the fun little game where you toggle the before and after button on and off, second-guessing yourself. I'm sure you've done it; I know I have. Throw in which editing software is best, and that is a whole other ball game. Each editing software has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is nice to see a direct comparison with the exact same photos made here between Lightroom and Photoshop.
If you aren't familiar with Jessica Kobeissi, she is a fashion photographer that has gained quite the following through her Instagram and YouTube channel featuring shoots and editing tutorials. I personally follow her and love her work. When I was learning to retouch, she was the first tutorial I found that really explained the process. She doesn't hold anything back, and I appreciate that.
In this video, Jessica edits two photos in Lightroom on camera and compares them directly with the same photos edited in Photoshop off camera. She then follows it up with two additional photos edited off camera in both systems, but does show a side by side of the finished product. Obviously, Photoshop is a powerhouse and has far more tools and capability than Lightroom. Nonetheless I still find it interesting.
If you want to skip straight to the comparison photos, start the video at about eight minutes.