powdery formula, and most shades are too dark for me. It was recommended on a YT beauty channel by someone with a light complexion and blue eyes, so I thought maybe the online photo was deceptive. It does look a bit lighter in real life, but it's not a super flattering range and in my opinion it's not sufficient as a stand-alone palette. The glitter shade in the middle is very chunky and has excessive fallout, for me that one cheapens the look of the whole palette. How they made something that refuses to stick to your eyelids but is virtually impossible to remove from your face is one of life's great mysteries. Fortunately it was cheap, but there are only 2 shades I use. The dark brown matte does make a decent liner if you have the right brush, so it's not a total waste.
The matt eyeshadows are pigmented but there is quite a bit of fallout. the two sparkle eyeshadows are pigmented and look better if you apply them with your finger to avoid much fallout. The shadow glittery eyeshadow in the middle is not to be used without glitter glue (even a good primer is not enough), the glitter will spread everywhere! The palette overall is not bad for its price, but you shouldn't expect anything outstanding.
This palette is excellent. The colors are very strong. The color in the middle was not regular eyeshadow, it was just glitter. The colors are beautiful and I would use them for a natural makeup look. I bought this palette along with the eye brush from the same company.
The colours are good but the mattes (two shades) are very dry and dusty and are not too pigmented. The silver shade is pretty but the micro glitter goes everywhere, even over an eyeshadow primer. The central glitter shade is too chunky to even consider using. The only half decent shade is the metallic rose gold. Do not recommend even for the price (the ELF eyeshadow quads are similarly priced and far superior in terms of quality)