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Clementine includes smaller and larger particle glitter that seemed to have a mix of more iridescent pieces along with peach-to-gold shifting pieces. The paleness of the particles, coupled with how flat they were (which I find does improve adhesion), made this shade more prone to taking on the colors around it, e.g. it looked more peach/orange when applied over a peach-orange eyeshadow. The glitter dispersed decently, but it wasn't the easiest to spread out in my experience.
It is "not intended for use in the eye area," though. I tested it on my lower lash line and blended it outward to minimize risk of any getting into my eye. The product stayed on fairly well over an eight-hour period but there were a few stray glitter pieces that had moved elsewhere over time.