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Be Swift has a more translucent base packed full of smaller and medium-sized, gold glitter particles. It had good "coverage" from the glitter in a single layer, and it was easy to pack into place for fuller coverage. The texture felt moderately emollient and could be pushed around slightly in the pan, which prevented a lot of fallout. It contained smaller glitter than ColourPop has put in a lot of their Pressed Glitters in the past, though it still contained plastic glitter and was listed as not intended for the eye area. There was migration/fallout of glitter after seven and a half hours (worn on cheeks).