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Shaken is a brighter, medium-dark pink base with lighter, gold-to-peach shifting shimmer and flecks of pink micro-glitter over a metallic finish. Per the brand, this shade is not intended for use around the eye area, and as far as I could tell, that was because it included small glitter particles.
It had opaque color coverage with a smoother, lightly creamy texture that wasn't too dense or too firmly-pressed into the pan. There was light fallout during application, and it was really hard to detect the effect of those glitter particles applied. It wore well for eight hours with light fallout over time.