The packaging and colors are quite standard. The compact is similar to the rest of Rimmel's blushes and eyeshadows with the clear lid and black casing. The shades are all shimmery and you get a creamy off white, a champagne tan, a midtone bronze-y brown, and a dark red toned brown.
The shadows are decently pigmented, finely milled, and on par with most drugstore eyeshadows that I own. They do kick up a bit of powder so be careful not to dig your brushes too hard into the pans or else you'll make a mess. I recommend this if you want an inexpensive quad filled with neutrals that work. If you already have a lot of neutrals that work for you, you can safely skip this quad as there's nothing amazing here. Rimmel seems to be phasing out these older quads for their new quads where the shadows are in triangular pans. However you can still get Smokey Brun in the new format although I am not sure if the formulation is different. If you know how the new shadows perform please let me know in the comments! ^^