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Lashes is a medium-dark brown base with flecks of gold, bronze, and copper glitter throughout. It was a pressed glitter, so it contained plastic (PET) glitter, but it used smaller particles than typical and had more pigmentation in its base color (most have a transparent base).
The texture was lightly emollient to the touch and could be pushed around visibly in the pan with a brush or fingertip. It had mostly opaque pigmentation that applied evenly and had good dispersion. The product adhered well for eight hours with light migration over time (tested as a cheek product).