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Libertine is a bright, medium-dark gold with soft, warm undertones and a glittering, metallic finish. This shade has plastic glitter particles, though they seemed slightly larger than what would likely be categorized as sparkle, and there was a lot of base pigment/color so it wasn't just glitter. The product felt slightly textured from all of the glitter in it, but it was fairly smooth, and it had opaque coverage that adhered with minimal fallout during application. It lasted well for eight and a half hours but had light fallout over time.