Each palette includes 6 eye shadows in a variety of finishes in matte, satin, shimmer and sparkle. They all have great pigmentation and blendability. The Natural palette is warmer in tone than the Smoky palette. All these swatches were down without a primer or base underneath, just a few swipes on the arm and done.
Here is a look I did with all six shades from the Natural palette, I focused on a bolder neutral eye, taking the brown taupe along the orbital bone from corner to corner. I kept the darkest shade on the lower lash line, and the warm brown in the outer crease as a transition shade. I LOVE this look! I actually wore it twice in one week because I obsessed over it so much the first time ;)
Here is the first look I did with the top three shades from the Smoky palette, I wanted a subtly defined eye for a family outing to Santa's Tree Farm, and I love how this turned out and wore all day. I rarely do a subtle look like this, but it was just so fresh and pretty, and the boyfriend complimented my eyes so that's always a good sign!
Lastly, here is a true smokey eye I did, focusing more on the bottom three shades of the Smoky palette. Apologies for the creasing, I forgot to apply primer. I did a base color with the medium grey shade and layered the darkest grey on top, extremely blending out the edges as blurred and soft as possible. I also used the brown taupe a little to warm up the crease, and I LOVE how nice it works with the cool grey tones. The light grey is a really beautiful highlight for the smokey eye look, but I think it would look nice as a main lid shade with a more subdued smokey crease. Also, to add some color and boldness, I used a light blue on the waterline and heavy coats of blue mascara - EEK I LOVE!!