NOTICE: All products categorized under "Glitter" contain Polyethylene Terephthalate, also known as plastic or PET glitter, and it is typically cosmetic grade glitter. Inclusion of this ingredient sometimes carries a warning (in the US) that the product is "not intended for use in the immediate eye area." This ingredient has not been approved for usage on the eyes per the FDA. In recent years, some brands are including this product in their eyeshadows without any warning or callout and effectively marketing them as eyeshadows or including a symbol of an "eye" which suggests eye usage. Via CosIng for EU, PET glitter is permitted without any restrictions or limitations. For an in-depth look at whether cosmetic grade glitter is safe, please view this post.
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Diva Feva is a medium-dark, coppery red base with a moderate amount of finer glitter throughout. The glitter didn't bind as well with the base pigment, so the application of the glitter was best applied by patting and pressing it into place without blending. Blending out the product resulted in a fair amount of fallout and an uneven application of the glitter (though the base color seemed to stay in place).
I was surprised that it only had minimal fallout/migration over time as it didn't seem like it had a lot of adhesive qualities to it by touch. It is a shade that I would, if I ever used it again, I'd use with an adhesive base to ensure that the glitter stayed in place better, though. The base color had semi-opaque coverage and stayed on well for eight hours (ignoring the glitter).
This shade includes PET glitter, though it is listed as an eyeshadow with the palette having an eye icon on the back and no warning/disclosure to mitigate that. For those curious or concerned about glitter use and safety, please read my post: everything about glitter.