I sold a kidney and bought this palette. Ha, just kidding, nobody would want my kidneys. In my personal opinion, Natasha Denona eyeshadows are the best on the market today. I have the Safari palette and I love it so of course I had to get the new Biba palette. Again, the colors are buttery, soft and easy to blend. They are in 3 different textures, metallic, creamy matte and creamy powder. The creamy powder color "Rayon" looks very dark in the pan but it's very light when applied, as intended. They are all buildable without being patchy. I do like the Safari palette better, the colors are more interesting to me. Both palettes are sturdy hard plastic.
All this being said, I had a problem with Sephora employees when I tried to purchase. When I asked for the Natasha Denona Biba palette, they acted like I was from Mars and asking for human flesh to eat. I told them it said on the Sephora website that they had it in stock. "Oh, you mean the NEUTRAL palette but we don't have it." At that point, another employee walked by and said "yes we do, they are in the back." Somebody went and got one and begrudgingly gave it to me, saying it was the last one in stock. According to the Sephora website, it was NOT the last one. I don't know what their issue is but they did the same thing to someone else in a review that I read. Are they trying to hoard them for some reason? Maybe Sephora stores only get a limited number and the employees are trying to save them for themselves? I can't figure it out. Point is, if you want one, check the website to see if they have them in stock and be prepared to argue.