As with the Heaven and Earth palette all of these 12 shadows are shimmery, though the black is fairly matte (none have glittery chunks) so you may want to pair it with a matte shadow if (like me) you're not a huge fan of all-shimmery looks.
The pigmentation and texture is of the same quality as the Heaven and Earth palette, they can be a little powdery but are very easy to use- I've worn these shadows practically every day since I got the palette and I've never had any problems with fading, creasing or fall-out.
|Top Row, Left side|
pale purple, pink, deep grey.
|Top Row, Right side|
silver, denim blue, almost matte black.
|Bottom Row, Left side.|
grey (think pencil lead colour) shimmery white, sparkly silver.
|Bottom Row, Right side.|
pale blue, auberginy blue, and dark pinky purple.
I have quite a few favorites from the palette already, the first shadow of the top left trio is a perfect silver shade, I like to use it all over my lid with another favorite, the middle of the bottom right trio- a beautiful auberginey/bluey shade. The blue colours are also favorites, I think it's quite difficult to get blue shades without reminding everyone of the 80's style bright pastel blue trend, but the top right middle shade reminds me of shimmery denim and works really well in the crease for me.
As I expected, I really love this palette and definitely recommend it absolutely everyone, it's only £4 (from Superdrug) but the quality is brilliant and has some lovely and unique colours.
What are your thoughts on the Starry Nights palette?
p.s. I've just spotted the Dusk (haha, just edited a typo- 'duck til dawn' sounds fun though!) Til Dawn palette and I think I may have to investigate next time I visit Superdrug, do any of you have it? Please let me know what you think!