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Ritual is a dark gold with strong, warm undertones that contained smaller and larger glitter particles. It was a pressed glitter, so it was not intended for use around the eye area. It had a more emollient feel to the touch, which gave it decent dispersion when patted/pressed onto skin. It adhered decently for six hours of wear before there was noticeable migration.