Bad Habit Mystics is a permanent eye palette that retails for $24.00 and contains 0.63 oz.
Bad Habit Mystics 10-Pan Luxe Eyeshadow Collection ($24.00 for 0.63 oz.) includes 10 eyeshadows with six shades designed to be wet or dry with a brush and four shades designed to be used with fingertips. The latter four weren't described to be used wet/dry, but it is the type of formula I'd expect to use either way, so for reference, I swatched those dry/wet. I don't recommend using the matte shades wet as it seemed to make them harder to use--more prone to patchiness and difficult to blend out.
The matte eyeshadows were extremely powdery and felt thin, which made them have a ton of fallout when applied, have poor adhesion to the lid, and skip when blended as the color adhered unevenly and often disappeared when I tried to blend the color out. They had poor wear and lasted six to seven hours at best.
The Baked Powder shades were the easier shades to work with in the palette, but they had a drier, more loosely-pressed texture that made them more prone to fallout both during application and later on during wear, but they were pigmented, adhered evenly overall, and stayed on for seven to eight hours before creasing. The more shimmery Pressed Powders were dry, almost gritty in texture, which resulted in uneven application applied dry and they had to be used with a dampened brush just to be workable. These were harder to blend out and had some fallout as they dried down. They wore for six to seven hours on me.
I would say that the quality of the Bad Habit palette in general was disappointing -- not worth the upcharge (worst palette I've tried from them) for their "Luxe" formula, which were some of the worst eyeshadows I've worked with this year.
These sublime pigments come in two luxe textures and finishes — silky pressed powders and ultra pearlized baked shadows [with] an extremely blendable formula applies effortlessly with intense pigment payoff. Mix and match the unique array of high impact shades for a range of otherworldly effects — darker tones deepen and define, on-trend metallics create bold accents, neutrals blend and transition, and highlights brighten and illuminate. For maximum color experimentation, layer the duochrome shades on top to transform the base shadow.