The darkest color is by far the ... hmm, how to say this ... the lightest? It has a whipped, creamy consistency. It does have shimmer. And phenomenal color payoff.
The second color is as close to matte as you can get with a cream product that doesn't completely dry down. It is much denser in texture than the other shadows in the palette.
The third shadow has a lighter consistency again. It has a pearlescent finish, but no glitter.
The final shade is the most underwhelming in the palette. The color payoff isn't fantastic and it's just a very underwhelming shade for me.
As I said earlier, I love the darkest shade and I wear it often.
This is a nice little cream shadow palette. I'd say the quality is on par with the Urban Decay cream shadows if you're familiar with those. If you're looking for something on par with say the Make Up For Ever Aqua Creams, you're going to need to keep looking. The Revlon cream shadows never completely dried down on me and they definitely aren't waterproof. That said, I don't really have a problem with these creasing though I do tend to layer them with powder shadows.
The palette contains 3.4 grams of product total and retails for about $6.