The next up in the Tom Ford overview is the Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage. This palette is part of the permanent line and is the only one of the Tom Ford palettes I own that doesn't contain any of the shimmer (glitter) shades. This quad has two complete matte shades, one mostly-matte shade and one satin finish.
The top two shades are completely matte. My experience with the Tom Ford mattes so far has been phenomenal. The mattes are buttery soft with fantastic pigmentation (though I understand that in some of his other palettes, that isn't the case).
Cocoa Mirage is fairly neutral in my opinion. It leans ever so slightly warm, but I don't feel like it's so warm that someone cool toned couldn't wear it.
As you can see from the swatches, the lightest shade is a very close match to my natural skintone. The second matte shade is a mid tone slightly warm brown. The third shade is a warm medium-dark brown and the only satin finish in the palette. It has lovely pigmentation and texture. The last shade is a dark brown that leans warm. It is mostly matte, but there is the tiniest amount of gold glitter.
And in case you have any interest in the video review, it's here: