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Dissolution has a light-medium, plummy-brown base with warmer, golden-taupe hsimmer paired with flecks of silver glitter throughout. The consistency was lightly creamy, dense, and thick without being heavy or difficult to pick up with a brush. It adhered evenly to bare skin with just a touch of fallout during application. The product had opaque color payoff that stayed on well for nine hours but had light fallout over time.
Note, this shade includes plastic glitter (it is listed as an "eye" shade).