Blow a Fuse Gold is a medium-dark copper brown with copper and gold flecks of glitter. It had sheer coverage, which was not buildable, and it did not feel or perform anything like the first two shades in the palette. The consistency was drier, stiff in the pan, and when I jabbed at the surface enough to get product loosened from it, the powder was almost gritty from the dryness and lack of pigmentation--it was more sparkle than anything else. Without more powder for the glitter to bind with, the glitter sat on the skin unevenly and migrated/fell off my face during the day. There was some color that translated, and from that, it seemed to last about seven hours on me.