This reminds me a lot of the L.A. Girl Nudes eyeshadow palette. Some people claim both this palette and the L.A. Girl one are dupes for the Naked palette, and maybe in terms of color dupes they are, but as far as quality, there just isn't any real comparison. The colors are extremely pretty in this palette, and it contains more light nude shades which is typically what I reach for to create looks for everyday wear. But unfortunately the quality just isn't there. The shades, while pretty, don't have hardly any pigment to them. And the texture of the shadows are so chalky and powdery; you can tell the difference in quality because higher-end palettes tend to be more buttery and soft. Because the shadows are so chalky, it's difficult to blend them together. It's possible but it takes more work than it typically should, and the result isn't as great as it could be because there's just not enough pigment. I can understand purchasing this if you're on a budget (hey, I did) but I think this is one of those instances where you get what you pay for. Some drugstore products can be great but I really wasn't impressed by this.