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Social Club has a translucent base chocked full of darker gold and bronze glitter. It included plastic (PET) glitter and was not intended for use on the immediate eye area. The texture was slightly drier and not as emollient as I expected, so it did not disperse the glitter particles as evenly and the longevity wasn't as great. It had semi-sheer to medium coverage from all the glitter particles, and there was noticeable migration after seven hours of wear.