The notion that macro requires relatively little in the way of Lumen power is nonsense (as is the several multi-power settings gimmick of some already low-power "beginners" lights)...particularly if you are shooting "wide-macro" in bright ambient daylight conditions.
To maximize image quality ISO needs to be low; and for good DOF (particularly with large sensor cameras) the f-stop needs to be around f11-16 (any higher risks diffraction effects).
If you are using the same lights for wide/wide-macro the beam angle needs to be at least 100 degrees. I would not consider anything less than 4000 Lumens LED.
Forget Halogen and HID as they have poor Lumen per watt efficiency.