This is a nice little find, for real. The shadows are decent quality - I find them smooth, easy to blend, minimal fallout (hallelujah), and *medium* pigmented. This is a quality I wanted. It makes it so easy to create a really pretty wash of color that, to me, looks super modern right now. Like, you can tell I'm wearing eye makeup but it's not A Look. (And if you want A Look, I'm sure you can get it with this palette.) A couple of the shades are incredibly shimmery, but I find most of them are satiny. None are completely matte. A few seem super similar, but if you choose wisely, they won't get muddy on the lid. Even if you buy this palette for only one of the shades, you're paying less than $6 for a LARGE pan. I use primer, and they last all day.
Also, these seem truly neutral to me. Not too warm, not too cool.
My favorite way to wear this is to use one of the medium-brown shades as an overall wash, all the way up past my crease, almost to the brow. It's only a few tones darker than my actual skin, so it's not too severe and gives a '70s vibe to the eye with a slight sheen. The highlight shade is perfect and I use that on the browbone and inner corners. Then, if I'm feeling it, I use the dark brown to define as a liner, or on the outer v. I love this palette for this specific look and it's definitely going to be my go-to this summer. I use a setting spray on top - the shadows melt into the skin and there is no texture after, leaving your lids looking smooth, hazy, and slightly smoky in that '70s disco-y way (sorry, it's just my aesthetic right now lol). It's an "I'm not trying too hard" look that's different from other similar looks because you ACTUALLY didn't try too hard, haha.
The packaging is crazy sturdy, it's not even that hideous, and you get a ton of product.