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Sweet Life has a transparent, more emollient base (has a slightly wet feel to it even) with finer multi-colored glitter along with graduating sizes from small-medium to medium hexagon-shaped glitter pieces; it read mostly pink with flashes of lavender and green as well.
It does have some larger hexagon-shaped pieces that don't adhere as well; if they go on perfectly flat, they might stay, but they are more readily disturbed and will travel/fall off. The finer glitter particles were better at being dispersed without coming off the skin entirely, though this particular shade didn't disperse as evenly as others in the same formula have for me. It's still a big upgrade from the days of loose glitter and no base to help it adhere, but it wasn't immovable!
This shade does include plastic glitter, and it comes with the warning that it is not intended for use on the immediate eye area.