Two of the shades are matte formulas. The mattes are 363 and 344. 363 is a minky mauvish brown, and 344 is a warm muddy pink. The third shade I bought is Shine 37, which is an auburn brown with a bit of a metallic glow and some fine silver shimmer. The final shade is Pearl 402, which is a glowy, iridescent hard to describe greyed pinky-orange with some brown in it. This one really adds a lot of depth to my eyes and makes them pop.
These shadows are really nice; they're all very creamy and incredibly pigmented. These are some of the easiest to work with mattes that I've encountered. The shades are $5 each and have .09 ounces of product in them; the freedom system palette that I bought to house them in doesn't seem to be available online, but the 3 slot palette is $7, and it couldn't have been much more expensive than that.
|No Flash; clockwise from top left is 402, 37, 363, and 344|
|No Flash; clockwise from top left is 402, 37, 363, and 344, just like in the palette.|
|With flash; same order as before.|
And here is a look I did awhile ago using these eye shadows. It was long enough ago that I'm not sure what else I used, but if I had to guess, I'd say that Urban Decay's 24/7 liner in Baked is on the lower lashline, and Rockstar on the top lashline. I know I used Inglot's AMC Matte Lip Pencil in 19 in these pictures.
I've been really happy with these shadows, I'm just sad that I don't live closer to an Inglot store! These are affordable and perform great.