I'm a sucker for MAC eyeshadows, especially limited edition shades in regular casing (that I can depot into my palettes). In the new MAC Me Over collection, five limited edition shades were introduced, and I pounced at the chance to get my hands on a few. The shades I chose are Creamy Bisque (light, frosty neutral), Moleskin (light, neutral brown), and Outre (mustard-toned medium brown).
I ordered these online, and one of the first things I noticed when I opened them was that Outre really looks much less yellow in person than in photos. Whenever you compare it next to other neutrals, the mustard tones stand out, but alone it really just looks like a very golden/yellow brown. It's a perfect shade to wear through the crease for a more unique neutral look. Additionally, Outre is a matte finish, but really applies more like a satin finish would.
Moleskin (matte) and Creamy Bisque (frost) will be perfect for a light crease color and highlight, respectively, and both have excellent pigmentation. Outre has decent pigmentation, but I did have to work a little harder to get it to show up than the other two.