The shades from left to right are:
Stitch by Stitch – Matte white shade, perfect as a brow highlight on lighter skin tones, or as an eyeshadow base. A little chalky, but nothing that can’t be avoided by tapping off your brush before use.
Handmade – Duo-chrome golden peach shimmer with good pigmentation. Similar to Makeup Geek’s Foiled Eyeshadow in In the Spotlight.
Gallery – Matte mid-tone taupe grey. I found this shadow to be light on the pigmentation & not particularly buildable.
Hour by Hour – Matte dusky pink-brown, perfect as a transition shade. Again, I found this shadow to be lacking in pigmentation, although it was buildable.
Old Master – Matte warm grey with gold micro-shimmer, great for a lighter smoky eye.
Spun Pearl – Frosty white shade, perfect as an inner corner highlight on a more dramatic eye look.
Sheers & Voiles – Duo-chrome light grey taupe with pink flash. This was the least pigmented shadow in the palette & barely shows up on my skin tone, although it did become more opaque when applied with a wet brush.
Outline – Perfect bronze-taupe, easily the stand-out shadow in this palette with super high pigmentation.
Wrapped in Silk – Lilac-taupe with foiled finish. Only slightly less pigmented than outline, & perfect for a glam daytime look.
Exquisite – Matte burgundy-plum, great as a crease shade in a darker look. Slightly patchy but easily buildable.