Anastasia Prism is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $45.00 and contains 0.392 oz.
Anastasia Prism Eyeshadow PaletteAnastasia Prism Eyeshadow Palette ($42.00 for oz.) is sort of a mixed bag in terms of quality, though I think whether that is functionally true will depend on how you prefer to apply your eyeshadows. I had trouble with a few of the shimmery shades when it came to applying them with a dry brush (even over primer); a dampened brush or fingertip worked best for getting better coverage, more even application, and a more intense finish. If you're someone who tends to use their shimmery eyeshadows wet already, then there's no extra effort to worry about, but if you're not, then really consider whether that's something that you'd add to your routine.
The mattes were nice overall, though Obsidian was a total miss for me (to the point where I'm not sure why it was significantly different in texture compared to the others, and even for the brand, it was an exceptionally firm, poor performing matte eyeshadow) and Sphere was dusty enough to be hard to build up or use as a lid color without a creamier base underneath it.
I liked how the palette's colors worked together and felt that there was a good mix of finishes, though I tend to prefer the inclusion of a few satin/pearl finishes to help blend mattes into metallics but did not find that to be a real issue with the textures between all the shades in this palette.