Buxom really knows how to do it. Like Inglot, they're offering excellent quality, value priced eyeshadows in a palette you can easily customize, shift and rearrange and, in case I didn't make it clear - at a SUPER price (in fact, if you buy the empty palette at the same time you buy the shadows, it costs appreciably less than just buying the shadows on their own).
I got several of the same shades as previous reviewers and some of the colours I had planned on getting were sold out. Nevertheless, I am really happy with those I did get and will certainly get more when they restock. I hope they come out with more shades as there are only 3 or 4 I really want but it makes most sense to get another 6 with the palette - it is actually cheaper! The colours I got: Satin Seduction, a pearly, frosty beige/white (I was torn between this one and Silk Sheets but they are very similar); Big Spender; Style Icon (I absolutely adore this shade - it's got a satiny sheen and is a mid-toned taupe brown); Gimme Gorgeous (a matte warm brown sort of like MAC Cork; it's also great for my brows); Haute Couture (a shimmery brown similar to MAC Mulch) and, finally, Jetsetter, a real all-purpose matte slightly purple grey-beige colour, a bit like a lighter version of MAC Copperplate or Too Faced Velvet Revolver (from the first Natural Eye palette) or Garter Belt from the Boudoir Eyes palette.
These are great shadows. And the palette is sturdy and solid feeling. It has a decent sized mirror (I rarely use the mirrors in palettes and compacts but still, it's good to have) and it's easy to insert and remove the shadow pans. All that's needed is a bit more variety and, of course, for the stores to restock so all shades are available. But you can't go wrong with these.