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Colour Pop Sugar Free Pressed Glitter ($4.50 for 0.05 oz.) seemed to have a transparent base that was chocked full of smaller-sized glitter in various hues of pink from light and bright pink to deeper pink. It had semi-opaque "coverage" in a single layer that had good dispersion when applied with a brush or a fingertip. While the product felt glittery to the touch--textured but not scratchy or painful--there was some slip to it that helped it adhere better to skin than truly loose glitter. It wasn't immune for fallout/migration, so while better than pressed glitter a decade ago, it may still be best applied with an adhesive base if used near the eye area (which is not intended to be used, per the brand).