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Extra Bubbly is a light-medium copper with strong, warm golden undertones and a metallic finish that also had flecks of random, small-sized glitter strewn throughout. This shade was marked as not intended for use around the eye area, and it included plastic (PET) glitter.
The consistency was more loosely-pressed, slightly drier, so there was fallout from the base as well as the glitter (which did not seem to add any visual impact, just contributed to fallout!). It had opaque pigmentation that lasted well for eight hours, aside from light fallout over time.