ColourPop Candy Castle 10-Pan Pressed Powder Shadow Palette ($18.00 for 0.38 oz.) includes two shimmer eyeshadows and eight shades more matte shades, though most had larger sparkle strewn through the more matte base. The sparkly matte finish, which might be pretty in the pan, doesn't translate well, and ColourPop's take on it is no exception.
Best case scenario, the sparkles disappear to parts unknown before you can apply it to the eye area, but worse case scenario, you have larger sparkle particles in places you didn't want (fallout or just dispersed by blending up into the crease or wherever you didn't want them to be) and then fallout later on. There are occasions where you'll fine shimmer in otherwise matte finish eyeshadows, but the shimmer will be very fine and seem to help with blending.
The palette has a weird range of depth, which made hard to get a cohesive look out of it and actually use shades like Cravings,Rainbow Trail, or Candy Land. Shades like King Kandy, Gramma Nut, and Candy Crush ran together and muddied more readily. Gloppy has the most depth in the palette, but it's so much darker than other shades and was difficult to blend with shades like Cravings and Rainbow Trail due to the contrast in undertone and how much deeper it was.