This palette contains 8 neutral shadows that are mostly cool-toned. I like that there is a good range of matte and frosty shades, and in particular, both matte and shimmery highlight shades.
I tend to like cooler toned neutrals myself, so this color scheme is right up my alley!
As for the color payoff, to be completely honest, I wasn't blown away. I had to put a bit of effort into layering the shadows to get a really full color payoff. They aren't un-usable, just not the creamiest formulation I've worked with. One thing I did like, however, is I didn't notice any crumbling of the powder when working with them (which often causes fallout troubles).
The dual ended brush included with this palette features the E30 and E25, a pencil and crease brush! Definitely a nifty tool to have on hand, as both of those are some of my favorites from Sigma.
Overall, if you have the patience to layer the shadows, I think this palette could work for you. The shade selection and packaging is really great! However, if you are someone who likes to tap your brush and get a full sweep of color in one go, this palette may not be for you.
Have you tried any of the Sigma palettes?