Aurora is a blackened teal with fine, multi-colored pearl and larger flecks of sparkle. It had medium coverage but appeared darker and less blue/teal applied with a dry brush. The consistency felt drier and more firmly-pressed in the pan, which I think contributed to the color when applied. It was easier to work with and appeared a bit truer-to-color (but never quite as bright/teal as it appeared in the pan) if I used a dampened brush. The drier texture also made this shade harder to diffuse and blend out along the edges. It lasted well for eight hours but had slight fallout over time.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.