I have the first round of Eclipse before it got the new logo inside, and the formula is absolute crap. There is nothing good about this highlighter. Doesn't matter the brush you use, it does not pick up. It crumbles all over the place and what you can manage to pick up, is chunks of product.
I want to love Jeffree's highlighters so I keep buying them, but so far none have been as good as his original 4 (Peach Goddess is a dream). Princess Cut is patchy, gritty and crumbly. Doesn't blend or build up for a damn. Hard pan formed after one swatch. Wish I could return it.
LOVE this blush palette and have purchased a back up. All 3 shades are smooth, pigmented, blendable and buildable. Same formula as their stand alone blushes. Wisteria is a beautiful, matte dusty mauve that is surprisingly quite unique. Snapgragon and Songbird have a beautiful glow. The selection is great for travel and I rarely travel without it.
As a long time collector and fan of Becca skin perfectors, I of course ordered this as soon as it was available and had it the next day (thank you for being based in the Bay Area Beautylish). It's the same gorgeous, high pigment and blendable formula as all of Becca's other highlighters, but if you own Pink Quarts, Lilac Geode or Vanilla Quartz, you do not need this highlighter for anything other than personal collection value. Heavily swatched, there IS a discernible color difference, but worn on the face, they're all pinky gold.