Wisecrack is a soft, rosy copper with warm undertones and a sparkling, frosted finish. It had medium pigmentation in a single layer, which I could build up to full coverage if I used it with a dampened brush. The texture was denser and stiffer in the pan as it was physically thick, which made it more prone to emphasizing my lid texture, too. I was able to apply, even it out, and blend out the edges with some extra effort--not tons but for this color family, there are easier formulas to work with. It wore nicely for eight hours before creasing slightly but had some fallout over time.