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Indio had a mix of darker, pink glitter and holographic glitter suspended in a translucent base. It was small to medium-sized glitter pieces with some finer pieces in the background. The product contains plastic glitter, and it was listed as not intended for use around the eye area.
The texture was lightly emollient, and the glitter had good dispersion when applied to skin without sheering out too readily. It had nearly opaque coverage in a single layer, so a little went a long way. There was slight migration/fallout over an eight-hour period.