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Lucky Charm has a transparent base with a mix of smaller and larger, hexagon-shaped glitter particles in an assortment of hues; it was more white gold to greenish-gold depending on the lighting with slightly darker bits of green glitter in it. It contains plastic (PET) glitter and is not approved for usage around the eye area. The texture was more emollient and malleable, and this translated into having good dispersion of the glitter particles over skin with decent adhesion. There was light migration over an eight-hour period when worn on cheeks.