ColourPop Party Talk is a limited edition makeup palettes & sets that retails for $30.00 and contains 0.38 oz.
ColourPop Party Talk Super Shock Extreme Shadow Set ($30.00 for 0.38 oz.) is a new, limited edition take on the Super Shock formula, which ColourPop "mixed [with] with every pearl and pigment in [their] lab, then injected it with multidimensional glitters." All six shades are "not intended for use in the immediate eye area" from a combination of the larger glitter and/or pigments/dyes. They are filled with larger, chunkier glitter particles with medium to full coverage bases.
I think the most realistic way these are going to be worn is on the eyes, even though ColourPop includes a warning on the back of each pot. They are hit and miss as cheek colors, and the formula doesn't lend itself to being really diffused and spread out over a larger area like the body. For the purposes of the ratings, they are rated based on how they performed as cheek colors, but I have included commentary on how they wore on eyes. They're really cool shades, though after trying them on my eyes, I think that the brand's glitter finish (which is safe for the eyes) is more complex and sparkly; the larger glitter can sometimes look like dirt/sand/texture rather than "ooh, sparkly!!"
While I haven't personally found anything about a status change in cosmetic glitter usage in the US (cosmetic, PET glitters appear to be fine to use in EU), a few mainstream brands have released them and have labeled them for usage on the eyes, so I'm not sure what's changing behind the scenes--no brand owners would respond when I inquired about it. Here are a few recent releases that contain Polyethylene Terephthalate but are touted for use on eyes: Urban Decay's Glitter Gels, Glossier Play Glitter Gelees, and Tarte High Tides & Good Vibes PaletteTarte High Tides & Good Vibes Palette. ColourPop has released Pressed Glitters but have listed them as for body/hair (and not for eyes).
I have been struggling to test some of these glitter products, as I do find I am more prone to watery eyes whenever I attempt to wear some of the more glitter heavy products; light fallout can sometimes be enough where I have to remove my makeup because my eyes water enough to well around my eyelid/lash lines and then cause more product to get into my eyes. Occasional use is reasonable, but I'm less comfortable about using this level of glitter all week long. Based on the number of glitter-heavy products releasing right now, I might have to step back from them as a group--they just rarely work decently as a cheek highlighter/blush, and I think my testing time is better prioritized toward more viable cheek colors. I've had to do this with stronger, lip plumping products (as they often caused my lips to swell, not in a good way, and even bleed).