|Top Row: Damsel Liner, Bare, Kitten, Bliss, Sunset, Sandstone Bottom Row: Champagne, Gilded Gold, Luster, Night Sky, Ebony|
|Left Column: Champagne, Gilded Gold, Luster, Night Sky, Ebony Right Column: Bare, Kitten, Bliss, Sunset, Sandstone|
The colors in the top row of swatches were a little lackluster and didn't have much pigmentation with the exceptions of Sunset and Kitten. The entire bottom row was pretty good in the color payoff department. The bottom row also fared well to blending. My only problem is that these shadows, especially the shimmery ones have MAJOR fall out issues. The problem was so bad that some of the shimmer shadow got in my sister's eyes (and caused some eye irritation) when she used this palette. The texture on a few of these shadows was not the creamiest either (kind of chalky actually), which deducted lots of points from this palette. The eyeliner in Damsel, was just your typical matte brown liner, nothing special here folks.
I would say PASS on this palette if you already own the UD Naked Palette & if you don't already own the Naked Palette PASS on the Naturaleyes palette and buy the UD Naked Palette. Honestly, the colors in the Naked Palette are much better quality, apply much better, and actually stay put compared to the Stila shadows. The cost of this palette is $39, however for $9 more you can pick up the UD Naked Palette which includes 12 eyeshadows, eyeshadow brush, travel size primer potion, and a much sturdier/luxurious mirrored velvet case.