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Arendelle is a medium gold with cooler, white gold flecks of glitter in the background with more medium-sized hexagon-shaped true gold glitter. This was one of the more "pigmented" shades of Pressed Glitter from the brand, more semi-opaque to nearly opaque, depending on application method and how you spread it.
The glitter had good disperson when applied, but the larger flecks were more likely to move around over time compared the finer pieces, so there were noticeable stray bits of glitter after eight hours of wear, though certainly a good amount seemed intact.
Note, all of ColourPop's Pressed Glitters contain plastic glitter particles, and they are labeled as not intended for use on the immediate eye area.