The palette itself comes in a plastic casing which feels very sturdy. It doesn't come with a sponge applicator which on the back there a little comment on how that would just drive up the price, this did make me chuckle since I never use them and much prefer using a brush.
There are 3 matte shades and one shimmer. Normally it is matte shades that tend to lack in pigmentation, however Soap & Glory seem to have mastered this and all the shadows are very well pigmented. The light pink shade named Pink T has the Soap & Glory logo pressed on it, this does seem to be wearing away quickly though with use. All the shadows feel very creamy and blend easily. The texture reminds me a lot of high end shadows like Urban Decay.
|L-R Vanilla, Pink T, Mud Honey and Aubersheen|
Soap & Glory Lid Stuff in What's Nude retails for £10.00.
Have you tried any shadows by Soap & Glory?