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Cast Away has a translucent base packed full of fine, silver glitter particles with some small, hexagon-shaped multi-colored glitter. It had nearly opaque "coverage" from all of the glitter in one layer, which distributed evenly when applied to bare skin. The texture felt lightly emollient to the touch, but it obviously felt glittery to the touch as well. It stayed on decently for eight hours with light migration/fallout.