Sarape was so firmly pressed into the pan yet dry as a bone, so it was difficult to pick up without scraping it off the surface of the pan (effectively loosely it) and the lack of slip in the formula made it hard to get the product to adhere (so tons of fallout accumulated as I tried to get opaque coverage out of it). Alegria had the opposite issue as it was drier and powdery.
Papel Picado and Amor Eterno were chalkier, prone to sheering out, and perform better over more opaque bases (thin, silicone-based primer didn't seem to help much). Chocolate was dry enough that it seemed to work best applied first, rather than last, or else it caused patchiness, emphasis of skin texture, and some lifting.
Per the brand, in response to whether the products were limited edition, they said they will do their best to bring products from the collection back if everyone loves them.