I have a few of these Countless Colour Pigments, and use them daily. They are easy, fun, and a nice formula.
It is easy to get individual colours, or blend, making for a very interesting look, that matches, and without having to pull out a huge palette, or combine products. One warning, the colours do not apply exactly the same as they look on the palette. Once applied, they are a slightly different shade, so may take some practice to get the look you want.
The price is quite high, unless you happen to find at a discount store. (Check Marshall's, I found them for less than half the price of Sephora.)
As I said in the Tye Dye review, Stila's Countless Color Pigments eyeshadow is a case of a concept that looks so beautiful in the pan, but somehow gets lost in translation when applied. The theory is that you can apply the colors separately or mix them. The reality is that unless you have a tiny makeup brush, you will have a hard time applying just one color: they bleed into each other too much. If you can accept that, you'll enjoy the product a lot more.
Encore is a beige, red copper and medium brown color combination. I like this one a lot because I can blend a lot of nice neutral/nude shades from these three colors. It's a Stila shadow so the quality is awesome. Definitely worth repurchasing.
I purchased a few of these on sale at ulta for $15 each. I bought tie dye, lyric, and center stage. I LOVE the colors and they blend great. You can create many looks. The colors are a little bright but it's a nice change considering boring nude colors are all the rage. They are fun to use and last all day. I want to get all the colors!
These new color palettes from Stila are great. I got "Encore" which is a mixture of pinks, chocolates, a darker peachy pink, and a light cream color. The brown, which is a bronzy milk chocolate, has a little shimmer, while the other shadows seem to be matte. Every pan is different, but it's much fun to play in. You can use the colors separately, mix and match, or create a new color. The texture is silky and the shadows hold well without creasing. The pinks are just right, and make green eyes pop. This is one of the nicest color palettes that has come out in years. I can also see this as a blush/bronzer. I think if you ran a big fluffy brush across this it would make a gorgeous blush, bronzer or contour, depending on which colors you concentrated on. At $22, it isn't cheap, but you can get so many looks out of it, I can see this being a go to all summer and maybe longer!