LORAC Unzipped Ocean Sunset Eyeshadow Palette ($42.00 for 0.58 oz.) includes ten shades in hues of warm neutrals and a few pops of color. There were some nice shades in the palette but some duds, so it was a real mixed bag, which makes it hard to feel strongly either way.
If you're someone who normally wears primer, I think it might be worth checking out if the colors appeal, but the formula seemed more prone to fading (both initially, almost as it "melted" on the lids as well as during wear). From my experience with LORAC's formulas, the one in the Unzipped Sunset series seemed more like a hybrid between their Pro and Unzipped formula, as the Sunset palettes did not seem to have the same denseness (particularly in the shimmers) as the permanent Unzipped palettes. The mattes, however, were more substantial (less thin) compared to the Pro formula, which also meant less powderiness/sheering out during application.
This definitely needs a glitter primer. It applies very easily but soon creases, fades, and has a ton of fallout. I tried this with my normal primer and an hour later my brother commented on all the glitter on my face. I looked in the mirror and saw the matte shades had creased and faded and all the glitter was on my face. I had these shadows on for a few hours using glitter primer and had much better results. I haven't done a full day with glitter primer yet.