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Get Lost has a translucent base with fine, white-to-gold shifting glitter, small, hexagon-shaped glitter, and very large, multi-colored hexagon-shaped glitter. The larger pieces did not spread as evenly and had a tendency to flip or fallout when applied. The finer glitter particles distributed more evenly for medium "coverage." The texture looked drier as the cap didn't seem as tightly-screwed on as I'd expect, but it didn't feel dried out to the touch. It had a noticeably glittery texture with moderate slip and some wetness. There was light migration/fallout over an eight-hour period.