I was impressed with the packaging for these mini-jars (other than the fact that some of them don't screw on quite perfectly - they still stay sufficiently tightly closed to prevent leakage); each of them are labeled with the color's name and full ingredient list, as well as a note that says whether it is lip-safe or not.
|The bottom of the jar.|
|The top. This is when it was still sealed - you can see the white tab there.|
Now, the 15 mini-jars:
These swatches were done with a flat brush (hence the lines), dry, without a base/primer. The shadows went on beautifully - smooth, pigmented (except for some fallout, but hey, it's glitter, that's to be expected), and a tiny amount packs a lot of color. I was working in the sunlight that was coming through the window (yes, we had sun! Hallelujah), and you can see in the first panel (which is actually the one I swatched last - I went from the bottom up) that it's starting to set a bit, which is why the overall skin tone in that panel is warmer. Sorry, I swatch slowly, apparently. Also, it's kind of hard to take a picture of your own arm. I complained. S. ignored me. I guess if I had asked he might've helped, but he was cooking dinner (yes, he's the chef around here) and I was hungry, so I left him alone, haha.