NOTICE: All products categorized under "Glitter" contain Polyethylene Terephthalate, also known as plastic or PET glitter, and it is typically cosmetic grade glitter. Inclusion of this ingredient sometimes carries a warning (in the US) that the product is "not intended for use in the immediate eye area." This ingredient has not been approved for usage on the eyes per the FDA. In recent years, some brands are including this product in their eyeshadows without any warning or callout and effectively marketing them as eyeshadows or including a symbol of an "eye" which suggests eye usage. Via CosIng for EU, PET glitter is permitted without any restrictions or limitations. For an in-depth look at whether cosmetic grade glitter is safe, please view this post.
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Indio has a translucent base that was jam-packed full of medium-sized, hexagon-shape holographic glitter with finer rose-hued glitter in the background. It had opaque "coverage" achieved solely by how much glitter was in one layer. The texture felt emollient, and I could easily move the glitter around by pressing on it with a fingertip or pushing at it with a firmer brush. It seemed to have slightly better coverage and adhesion compared to the brand's Pressed Glitters. There was light migration over time, but a lot of the product stayed in place over an eight-hour period.
It contains plastic glitter, and it is "not for the eye area."