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Emuse Me had a pink-tinted, more translucent base with flecks of multi-colored glitter, though a lot of it read lighter and more mid-tone pink. It had semi-opaque coverage, in the form of glitter, and dispersed evenly on my skin. It had light fallout/travel after eight hours of wear; it was better than old school glitter but I'd still strongly recommend using it with an adhesive base/spray just to be sure.
It does contain plastic glitter and was labeled as "not intended for use in the immediate eye area."