Makeup Geek New Year's Eve is a moderately warm-toned, light beige with a glitter finish. It is a permanent eyeshadow that retails for $12.00 and contains 0.1 oz.
New Year's Eve is described as a "light gold reflective glitter." It's a soft, light beige with a touch of pink and light gold sparkle. Applied dry, it has more noticeable shimmer but is less pigmented. Applied with a dampened brush, the base color is more opaque, but the shimmer takes a backseat. It's more like a golden glow or sheen just at certain angles. I did experience some fall out with this shade both during application as well as later on during wear. I would describe it as slight fall out--noticeable but not glaring. I didn't have any issues with fading/creasing until just after the eight-hour mark (fading). Too Faced Egg Nog (LE) has no sparkle. Too Faced Cream Colored Ponies (LE) also has no sparkle. Too Faced Snow Angel (LE) is matte. theBalm B1 (LE, $16.00) is also matte. MAC Brownluxe #1 (P) is not as golden. Disney by Sephora A Wish (LE) is similar. Disney by Sephora Scuttle (LE) is slightly warmer. MAC Dew (LE, $15.00) is similar. I want to say it's like MAC Fairylite pigment as well, but I haven't seen that in years so my memory might be off there. See comparison swatches.
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