Ember is a metallic finish with a very pale, silvery blue base and slightly warmer, green-tinted gold micro-sparkle. It provided semi-opaque, buildable color coverage that clung to bare skin evenly. When it came into contact with my skin, the texture was lightly emollient, thin, and quickly turned to powder. It didn’t fade or crease after 10 hours of wear.
Up Late is a medium peachy-gold with warm orange undertones and fine sparkle flecks over a metallic sheen. It applied evenly to bare skin with a brush or a fingertip and had rich pigmentation in a single stroke. When it came into contact with skin, the consistency was light, emollient but not overly so, and transitioned to a powder. It lasted for about 10 hours before starting to fade slightly.