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Law of Attraction has a transparent base with flecks of smaller and larger sized glitter particles in an assortment of sizes, though it looked mostly light green and deeper lavender at most angles. It contained plastic (PET) glitter, which is not intended for the eye area.
The product had a more emollient consistency and felt wet to the touch, and the glitter had good spread/dispersion over my skin. There was light fallout when blended out, and then a bit more during wear, though it definitely had a lot less than one might expect. It lasted for eight hours overall.