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Big Treat is a light-medium, peachy coral with warm, pinkish undertones and a lighter, more golden shimmer with flecks of random micro-glitter throughout. The odd part about the inclusion of the glitter was just that it really didn't add any interest to the eyeshadow--it just resulted in more fallout and making the shade not intended for use around the eye area.
It had opaque pigmentation with a soft, lightly creamy texture that felt more loosely-pressed but was a little thick, so it didn't have as much fallout as it could have. It lasted for eight hours with slight fallout over time (a lot of the glitter didn't seem to translate, so there was less to fallout later!).