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So Precious has a transparent base and is chocked-full of white gold and peachy-coral sparkle throughout. It had slightly smaller-particle size glitter pieces. It contains plastic (PET) glitter and is not approved for usage around the eye area. The consistency was more emollient and malleable in the pan, though it had good, even dispersion when applied to bare skin. There was light migration over time--as a cheek highlighter--over an eight-hour period.