Aren't they pretty? (I obtained them from anothersoul@etsy, just in case you wanted to know.) The reason I mention this is because I love custom palettes and also because my shadows aren't in the same order as they are in the original packaging. Now on to the palette.
The browbone, crease, and lid colors are so beautiful. They are soft, buttery, pigmented, and easy to blend. A dream to work with! These pictures are pretty true to color. I'd feel like you get the exact color if you'd mix the two versions together.
The definer color here is a douchrome color. Unlike the other shadows, it is a little less blendable. Also, the shadow was so soft, it actually broke on me. ): It's very dark and personally not my color, but it's still really nice.
On the right side of the palette, we have these greens! To the ladies afraid of color, don't fret! These are light and neutral. Took a few weeks for me to get up the courage to play around with them. They are green, yes, but they manage to still have a neutral feel to them. Swatches below in flashed and not:
The crease in this one is less amazing, it reminds me of the definer on the left side. Although it's soft, it's not as easy to blend.
The lid color on this side is my favorite. It's a light spring green and so easy to put on. The downside: it's kind of sheer. It's so pretty, but it's not as amazing as the first picture seems to show. ):
The definer is another duochrome, but this one seems to disappear when you put it on the skin. It looks great in the pan, but just not as amazing on. Don't get me wrong, it's still a very lovely and unique color, but just not as super totally awesome as I hoped.