Urban Decay face products are among my favourite. Slight tangent: I found out in an article that Kim Kardashian uses Naked Skin foundation, which embarrassingly validated my love for that foundation. But, back to the Shapeshifter (in Light Medium Shift) $66 CAD, which contains 4 powder shades (highlight, bronze and contour) and 5 cream shades (highlight, bronze, contour, colour correct and blush) separated by a mirror flap. There is one shimmery shade per the powder section and one per the highlight section and the rest are matte, which for face products I like and makes this palette all the more usable.
The powders are the most incredibly soft, silky and pigmented I have felt in a long time. The colours (left to right) contain a matte medium warm bronzer, light neutral contour shade, light yellow shade and a shimmery neutral pink highlight.
On the cream side, we have a dark matte neutral bronzer or contour shade, a medium matte yellow shade, a matte salmon shade, a light matte pastel pink shade (correct shallowness or as a blush) and a shimmery pink highlight. The creams are a bit stiff, very pigmented and easily blendable.
The quality of this palette is incredible. Although the price is steep and there are cheaper alternatives on the marketplace (the Morphie 9C is a nice powder dupe) this is beauty swatched approved.