Tom Ford Beauty Glacial Rose Soleil Glow Drops is a light-medium copper with warm, reddish undertones and fine copper and gold pearl. It had a glowing, slightly dewy finish that wasn’t overtly shimmery/sparkly, just more of a faint tint (on my complexion) and glowing sheen.
The texture was lightweight, like gel-water hybrid, so while it was thin and watery, there was some substance there which helped it to spread across skin, whether bare or over base products. It had translucent coverage, which was as described, that could be used as a spot highlighter but could also be mixed in with foundation or moisturizer for an all-over glow.
I found it applied best with a brush or sponge for application on top of base products as my fingertips lifted at times (it wasn’t consistent), while fingertips worked well over tinted moisturizer or bare skin or when mixed in with moisturizer/foundation. It dried down to a mostly powder-like finish, so it didn’t remain wet nor did it feel tacky, and lasted for eight hours on me.