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Able Sisters has a translucent base with flecks of silvery-white glitter and iridescent, more pastel-colored glitter. This shade contains plastic (PET) glitter and comes with the warning that it is not intended for the eye area. The texture was more emollient--one could press and move the product around with enough pressure--with light tackiness and decent adhesion on its own.
The one area that I think the brand's pressed glitters excel is in their ability to disperse evenly without a lot of work. It had medium coverage--and the formula is inconsistent in coverage, which is why it'd be nice if they had clear descriptions!--that had good dispersion and lasted for eight hours with light fallout as a cheek highlighter.