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Isabelle has a translucent base with finer glitter particles that seemed dominated by pale, slightly iridescent pink with pastel peach and lavender glitter particles. This shade contained plastic (PET) glitter, and it came with the warning that it is not intended for the immediate eye area. It had medium coverage that had good dispersion and spread well on my skin. The texture was emollient, lightly tacky, and had fairly good adhesion to my skin on its own. It lasted for eight hours with light migration when applied to my cheeks.