This isn't the best selection of neutral and natural colours out there.
Going by the picture, left to right:
Top row - matte ivory, matte light grey, matte milk tea brown, matte light lemon, matte apricot, shimmer light rose gold
Bottom row - shimmer dark mahogany, matte mid brown - leaning yellow, matte dark brown, matte olive brown, matte mahogany, matte black
I do like the rose gold, shimmery mahogany, and matte apricot shades. Strangely, the shimmer shadows do go on more opaque than the matte ones. You'd think it would be the other way around. The matte shadows are quite chalky and dusty when applying but look a little better over primer. The shimmer shades are less chalky and contain fine pearl particles instead of glitter, so no stray glitter to annoy my eyes. Anyway as for the colours, the lemon yellow is hard to pull off and doesn't really go with the rest of the palette. Same for the grey. The brown shades on the bottom row all look similar to each other, and I would have liked it if there were less browns and more midtone neutral colours. And even though I like the apricot shade, that doesn't go well with the majority of the rest of the palette as they clashed too much. I feel that the warm tones in some of the colours next to other neutral ones make them look a little off.
As for the packaging, it's a non-descript black oblong case with the brand logo on the front - nothing special at first glance. But inside, there is a mirror the size of the oblong case! It allows me to check my appearance/hair etc as it has a wider field of vision than small round compact mirrors. I can easily see my whole face in the mirror even close up - and I know you're probably laughing at me now. But I can't do that with smaller mirrors and so can't accurately gauge the overall look of my make-up - like whether the lip colour I picked doesn't look as good nextt to that eyeshadow that I first thought and so on.
I recently dropped the case and the hinge broke, so now I just take the mirror around with me. One good thing though is that there was minimal crumbling of the shadows themselves even after dropping it. Gets points for resilience, I think!