I just recently found this, and have really been loving the little gem! It's buttery & smooth, and works great as a transition for those with lighter skin tones. A great butter-cream-vanilla-y shade for sure.
Brulee's only downfall is that it contains talc as it's 1st ingredient, which tends to make a powder product softer & fall apart more easily. One thing that could also contribute to the slight breakage here & there would be the flimsy tin that the product is sold in—I depotted mine & it's definitely in a softer, more malleable metal pan than most other shadows.
Other than that, it's well worth giving it a shot!
What a great versatile neutral shadow for an extremely budget friendly price! Nutty is very close to a lot of higher priced shadows in terms of colour - UD's YDK, Nars Ashes to Ashes, Chanel Safari. It may not be an exact dupe for any of these but it's close enough that for the price difference, I'm hard-pressed to quibble. As with all the WnW shadows, my experience is that these don't travel very well and can crumble. I don't know if it's the packaging itself (which isn't very sturdy) or the formula of the shadows or both but for home use, you can't beat these and Nutty is just a great basic and versatile shadow to have.
For years, I used this in place of MAC's Brule shadow, which costs 5 or 6 times more than this little beauty. Even after I got "the original", I still continue to use this much lower priced version simply because it is a really great eyeshadow! The only "down-sides" are the packaging, which is cheap (but for the price, I don't really care all that much) and the fact that these shadows really don't travel well - none of the WnW ones seem to, in my experience - and so can crumble and make a huge mess. But other than that, Brulee is a fabulous product and great value.