I freely admit. The only other Star Powder I’ve liked the color enough to purchase is the Fuchsia one, and it’s one of my favorite pinks ever. I really liked this color too, but it took me a while to get it, since I didn’t know how much use I could get out of a blush pink, with yellow sparkle.
That said, it’s a very eye catching color, and the sparkle is VERY prominent. Handle it like a mineral eyeshadow. apply wet, or over sticky bases for best results. The other color I have, fuchsia, is less finicky, but this one does need the assistance to bring out the vibrancy of the base and shimmer. Applied thinly, dry, it’s a soft color suitable for neutral looks.
Wear depends on the method of application. I DO think it stays better than most mineral shadows(loose shadows with a similar texture and finish). I didn’t have any issues getting it to stay put for a days wear.
Obviously, the finish of this shadow is one not suited for mature skin, although this would be lovely, in moderation. Use in the inner corner, as you would a shimmery white, for a subtle eye brightener. And in that usage it should be effective for all skin types. But I would recommend caution using it on mature skin, or skin with an uneven texture(Scarring, etc) because it can draw attention to flaws and shadows.
And applied wet.