To start off, this palette is not bad at all, depending on what you're comparing it to. If you've never used another Too Faced palette, you may think the quality is very good, but in comparison to some of Too Faced's other palettes, this isn't up to par. The packaging is very cute and similar to their other mini palettes in terms of quality, and the scent is amazing. However, on the inside, the largest three shades are all far too similar in color, while some of their other palettes with the same set up have more variety with those shades. The mattes in this palette are lower quality than most of their other palettes, as they're more sheer and require you to build it up more to truly get the pigmentation you want. Peanut Butter and Feelin' Nutty are both good, rich mattes but Honey Brittle and Honey Buns are lacking in pigmentation, which disappointed me because Honey Buns is one of the more unique shades in this palette. The deepest shade in the palette, Going Nuts, is not very deep at all and is shimmery, which makes it difficult to really intensify your looks if you're solely relying on this palette to create a look. It lasts about 6-8 hours before fading on me. The color selection overall is nice if you're into warm eye looks. I have deep brown (almost black) eyes and I'm able to create a nice look with this palette. But again, in comparison to some of Too Faced's other palettes, this is not as good as I would have hoped. I would not buy this product again, nor do I recommend people to get this, as some of their other palettes are far better in quality and you can get some of the same shades. I would recommend the Peanut Butter and Jelly palette or the Naturally Pretty palette over this one, if you're looking for a high quality warm palette.