Save your money!!!! This palette was such a disappointment for me. I am currently NC20 (not tanned) and I get no pigmentation with any of these shades, even trying them with different primers and even as a last resort trying them wet. Also, the package is a gun metal/shiny exterior, so it will get fingerprints easily and more prone to getting dirty easily. I can't even talk about wear time, because these do not even show up on my lids. I tried to see a purpose to these, using maybe as a crease shade or transition shade, but when there is no pigmentation, well, it pretty much was useless for me to even 'try' to find a use for them. I suppose if you really really REALLY like a nude look, this might be for you, or if you just want the tone of your eyelids evened out, this might be for you. But if you are looking for any remote depth or even any pigmentation, you might be disappointed.
Lorac as a whole can be hit and miss for me, and this palette was a miss for me. I also seem to get a lot of dust kicking up no matter how lightly I touch the eyeshadows. I also found these to irritate my eyes (and I don't wear contacts).
This palette actually kind of remind me of the Maybelline nude palette that came out a couple years ago; the lack of pigmentation and dust kicked up is similar. So I would say if you are looking at this Lorac palette, check out a tester first. Or maybe even just try the Maybelline nude palette and save yourself some $. In fact, I think the Maybelline is a better choice pigmentation-wise, and Maybelline even has a black shade in there. The Maybelline shades are not dupes by any means, but they are definitely in the same shade ranges and I feel with better pigmentation. However..again, if you truly want a nude eye, this might be for you. I don't think these would show up at all on medium to dark skin tones, unless maybe the really light shades as a highlight shade.