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Alaska has a translucent base with flecks of pale iridescent shimmer and micro-sparkle that flashed pink and bluish-aqua. It was listed as a "top coat" with a "translucent base," so it was as described. The texture felt almost cream-like as it seemed rather emollient to the touch, though it wasn't actually wet, and had a very lightweight, thin consistency.
It applied best with fingertips or a flat, firm synthetic brush and pressed onto the lid. It blended out easily with very minimal fallout and had good dispersion of the shimmer/sparkle. It wore well for eight and a half hours with slight fallout over time.
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