Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette 10 ($95.00 for 0.80 oz.) contains ten shimmery eyeshadows--there are no mattes in sight, so take heed if you're a big fan of variety in finish! The top row is a cooler-toned row, while the bottom row is more warm-toned (and all neutral). I liked the palette overall, as the majority of the shades were pigmented and blendable, but I did have similar issues with getting longer-wear out of these as they would crease between seven and eight hours. I've used the brand's eyeshadows with various primers--NARS Smudge Proof, Too Faced Shadow Insurance, Wet 'n Wild Fergie, MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pots--and something thicker like MAC's Paint Pots have proved the best for getting all-day wear reliably (longer than 12-hours). At this price point, though, any shortfalls make it harder and harder to justify a premium price.