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Michelada has a translucent base and contained small and medium-sized glitter particles that ranged from white gold to iridescent to fuchsia. It had semi-opaque "coverage" based on how packed it was with glitter, and it had good dispersion with minimal migration/fallout during application. The texture felt somewhat emollient to the touch. It contains plastic glitter and is not intended for use on the eye area. This shade wore well for eight hours with light fallout/migration.