Memory Glitter (multi-dimensional smoky charcoal), Memory Metallic (gunmetal with silvery shimmer), Memory Sequin (carbon black with multi-colored pin points), Memory Matte (carbon black), Ritual Glitter (multi-dimensional warm bronze), Ritual Metallic (chocolate bronze shimmer), Ritual Sequin (warm brown with gold pin points), Ritual Matte (rich chocolate), Story Glitter (multi-dimensional burnt orange), Story Metallic (bright nectarine with gold shimmer), Story Sequin (burnt orange with gold pin points), Story Matte (burnt orange), Soothe Glitter (multi-dimensional champagne gold), Soothe Metallic (warm champagne gold shimmer), Soothe Sequin (camel with gold pin points), Soothe Matte (camel), Aura Glitter (multi-colored frosted champagne), Aura Metallic (champagne shimmer), Aura Sequin (vanilla with fuchsia pin points), Aura Matte (vanilla), Poet Glitter (multi-dimensional frosted raspberry), Poet Metallic (soft ruby shimmer), Poet Sequin (cranberry with blue pin points) and Poet Matte (cranberry).
The mattes are the best formulas in this palette; decent quality, but I must admit that for this kind of price range, I do think that there are smoother formulas available in many other brands, that do apply and blend that bit quicker/easier. Still; these are pretty good quality, and there are no fails for me shade-wise. The shimmers (I don't think that they are molten enough to be classed as metallic) aren't what I think of as 'bad' exactly, but they don't come close to the quality of other brands in the price range the brand has put itself in. If this palette were around the £20 mark, I'd call it good enough, but I expect more for £40+ - you need to dampen your brush before applying the shadow for the best effect, whilst I think that you shouldn't have to when you get to this price point.
I'm not a big fan of glitter, so that may colour my judgement on the next two formulas; I've tried all of the glitter shades once each and have found them all to be very unstable/messy. They move and fall out over the day, and the odd speck of glitter will still be around after I've removed all of my makeup. I wanted to wear each shade at least twice before reviewing this palette, but after one go with each one, I found that I just don't want to wear any of the shades again. The 'sequins' are actually those annoying loosely packed matte-with-glitter formulas, which are nearly as messy as the glitters on me, so those shades are also ones I won't use again.
I was really excited when a friend said that I could have her impulsively-bought Textured Neutrals palette, but after a few weeks of trying to make it work, I'm going to pass it along to another friend who showed interest in trying it. I feel bad about giving a gift away, but I know that this would just be left to go to waste in a drawer if I kept it. If Textured Neutrals were something which had been at Revolution or ColourPop prices, then I might have gone up a lippie for trying to be a bit different with the selection of varying formulas on offer (having said that; I have noticed that it's not very dissimilar to Huda's discontinued originally textured version of the Rose Gold palette) and have been gentler in my criticisms. However as it is; with half of the shades being outright passes for me, and the other half failing to stand out in terms of quality, I'm left completely underwhelmed and not feeling interested in future releases from the brand. I don't like being hard on releases from new brands, but I ultimately think that Textured Neutrals is not close to being worth what is being charged for it.