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Super Stardust is a medium-dark, coppery bronze with strong, warm undertones and a glittering, metallic finish. Per the ingredient list, it does contain plastic (PET) glitter, though the particle size was a lot smaller than the brand's typical Pressed Glitters. The texture was creamier and denser, which seemed to help with adhesion and keeping the particles with the base pigment to reduce fallout potential.
Some of the flecks of glitter blended out as I diffused the edge, so it wasn't impervious to movement. It had good color coverage but was firm enough that it worked better with fingertips for maximum coverage in a single layer. There was slight fallout over time but had fairly good wear over an eight-hour period.