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Gem System is a medium-dark pewter with cool undertones and a glittering, sparkling sheen. It had a very wet-like look when applied that was highly reflective while also twinkling. It had finer glitter particles in it from what I could tell, but there was light fallout during application (definitely not bad and impressive for as glittery as it was), regardless of whether I used it with a fingertip or dry brush. The consistency was smooth to the touch, lightly creamy with moderate slip. It had opaque color coverage in a single layer, which wore nicely for eight and a half hours with light fallout over time.
As a FYI, while this shade is notated as "Eye," it does contain plastic glitter. I would recommend using this with an adhesive spray or base to help ensure all of the particles stay where you want them to.