Requires some work to make it work
I have had my palette for over a year now. For reference, I have medium/olive skin with golden undertones.
All the shades are quite pigmented, but the contour shades do require more time for blending. Also, it is easy to go overboard with the contour shades that can make the face look really muddy. For this reason, I would not recommend for beginners because it is not very forgiving.
My most used used shade is definitely the banana shade (shade 2). It is great to highlight under the eyes, middle of the forehead and chin. However, I do not really use the other highlight shades (i.e. shade 1 and shade 3) because they are too pink toned and I also have better highlighters than the one given in the palette.
The first contour shade from the left (shade 4) is my most used contour shade. It is a nice matte brown with a hint of warm tone. The middle contour shade (shade 5) is more cool tone, which looks too ashy if I use it to chisel my cheeks - but it makes for a great jawline and nose contour shade.
The third contour shade from the left (shade 6) is the most warm toned shade. So I use this as a matte bronzer sometimes. I have also repurposed the contour shades as an eyeshadow crease/transition colour (which I totally recommend - because the shades are very pigmented).
That being said, the price is excellent and the colour do last on the skin. I can still see my contour at the end of a long day.
Use a large fluffy brush for a soft contour (rather than a dense chiselled brush) because the contour shades are more difficult to blend out.
Those who want to take on the contour/highlight trend on a budget!