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Early Mornin' has a more translucent base packed with what looked like orange-gold and gold glitter, possibly some peach/pink glitter. This is another Pressed Glitter shade, which is "not intended for use in the immediate eye area." It had good coverage in a single layer and applied best with fingertips for maximum payoff but also to help move and spread the product out on skin. I patted it lightly along the higher point of my cheekbone, and it looked okay, but it didn't catch the light as well when sheered out; it was better when applied over a more noticeable blush color as a way to add extra glitz. The majority of the glitter stayed in place with only minimal travel apparent after eight hours. It was difficult to get off entirely from my skin--I tried cleansing twice, cotton swabs dipped in makeup remover, and glitter persisted (well, in various areas -- it wasn't like it was stuck to where I had applied it anymore!).