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Prismatic has a transparent base and is filled with pink and red smaller-particle glitter with slightly larger, more iridescent glitter throughout. It contains plastic (PET) glitter and is not approved for usage around the eye area. It had semi-sheer to medium coverage (from the glitter particles) that had good dispersion. The texture was more emollient and could move around in the pan when pushed at (whether with a brush or a fingertip). I didn't test it on the eye area, but on cheeks, it had some migration after seven hours of wear.