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Frimas has a transparent base chocked full of fine, silver micro-glitter. The formula had light tackiness to it, and the glitter had to be pressed into place as it didn't spread/diffuse at all, so you'd have to pick up more to expand the initial placement. This was great for ensuring little fallout/migration during application and during eight-hour wear, though full disclosure, I did not wear it on my eyes as I am not comfortable with the particle size in this quantity near my eyes at this time.