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Meteor Shower seemed to have a peach-tinged base with flecks of finer gold shimmer and more medium-sized glitter particles--a mix of gold and iridescent. This shade contained plastic (PET) glitter, which is not intended for use around the eye area. The texture was more emollient, so there was some tackiness, and it felt more like a cream-based formula. The larger glitter pieces did not disperse as evenly as they normally do in this formula, which was a disappointment. It had sheer to semi-sheer coverage that wore decently for eight hours with some migration.