). Starting in the top right, the first shadow is MAC's Carbon eyeshadow. This shadow is an amazing matte black shade. Below that is MAC's Swell Baby eyeshadow from the Surf Baby collection (limited edition). This shadow is a shimmery medium-light grey. I took this shadow out of the original pot that MAC eyeshadows come in so that I could put it in this palette. The next shadow is MAC's Humid. I also took this shadow out of it's original packaging, which is why it has a chunk missing. This shade is a forest green with a variety of shimmers. The next, rectangular eyeshadow is Mary Kay's Sweet Plum. This is a deep purple shade with multicolored shimmers. The rectangular shade next to Sweet Plum is Mary Kay's Polished Stone. This shade is a light shimmery silver. Above Polished Stone is Mary Kay's Granite. I love this eyeshadow. It's like a better version of MAC's Satin Taupe. It's more taupe-y and less red, so it tends to be more flattering. Above Granite is a pressed shadow of the limited edition MAC pigment, Jardin Aires. Above Jardin Aires is a random shimmery dark grey that I can't remember where it came from. The large product in the right corner is a depot of MAC's Mineralized Skinfinish in Soft and Gentle.
The next palette is the Sleek Storm Palette (Not available in the US). I had to re-press two of the shades because they broke when I dropped this palette. This is a great palette for a smokey eye. It has a lot of dark colors to experiment with. I absolutely love this palette and I wish that it was available in the US because it's only about $10. You could also do a more natural, daytime look with this palette with the help of a few extra colors that aren't included in this palette.