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Big Tease has a transparent base chocked full of small-particle glitter in an assortment of colors from darker pink to a mix of lighter, pastel-hued particles. It contained plastic (PET) glitter, and it came with the warning that it was not to be used around the eye area. It had semi-sheer to medium "coverage" as a result of all the glitter. The texture was more emollient, though it had good dispersion over bare skin, and was best applied using a fingertip. It lasted well for eight hours with light migration over time (I wore it as a cheek highlighter).