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VR had a reddish-copper base with warm undertones and iridescent aqua-green sparkle. The texture was incredibly firmly-pressed in the pan, stiff to work with, and so dry and thin that it felt and sounded papery. I had to jab at the surface to get sheer coverage for a swatch, and in practice, I had to really push and jab at the surface and then apply it with a fingertip to get decent coverage on my skin but it was never opaque (even over primer). It applied fairly evenly, which was a surprise, with a fingertip, at least! It started to fade after six hours of wear on me.
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