Unlike my beloved "Vegas Nay Stardust" palette from Too Faced, Nikkie's (of Nikkietutorials) version is not one that I'd put a spare in my safe to make sure I have a backup.
It's along the same lines--various shades, some unusual, that you don't think go together but work for many looks. And it comes with two blushes (warm, cool), highlighter Champagne Truffle from the "Chocolate Bar" palette, and bronzer--the Chocolate Soleil that is sort of a gold standard bronzer.
In addition to the nine shadows, and the other colors, it comes with purple mascara, a felt liner, glitter in a pot and the usual Shadow Insurance deluxe sample.
Ivy, Sugar Coated, Frosted Yum, Irresistible, and Painkiller, Makeup & Chill colors are neutral (ivory, pink frost, silver frost, gold frost, taupe-caramel and chocolate brown.) Then you get WhamBam (violet purple), Mystic Hour (teal) and Wanted (black.) These are less useful, although the black is good for underlining, lining wet and all those things you see tutorials doing with a very dark shadow.
The mascara a version of the very good "Better than Sex" is very dry. Sad to say it so dry, as it's a cool color. The liner is terrific. I have no use for glitter. As with many of Too Faced's darker shadows, the color payoff of the violet and the teal is not good. The light frosted shadows have no staying power. The blushes are just--ok. I prefer rosier pinks, not bubble gum pinks and Champagne Truffle highlighter does not do a good job of "blinding" the cheekbones compared to others I use. It was another eye color from the Chocolate Bar palette that made it to here as a highlighter because Nikkie does that.
I hoped for more. When I do a really upgraded look for going out, it's the "Stardust" palette that gives me the "oooh!" look, never the Nikkie, nor are her included looks anything to write home about. I had hoped for more. You look and go --wow, and then it's a let-down. It's not BAD...but considering I find Nikkie to be amazing in tutorials, I think I had set the bar pretty high. Value-wise, you do get a lot. The felt liner makes a great winged line, the neutral colors go anywhere and you can travel a week in a slim carryon and only have one palette! (Love that.) But it's not ALL that and a bag of Dutch liquorice.