I got coco motion and burnt sienna to create a sultry look for a gala. I'm in love with how easy it is to blend these shadows. Because it's a loose powder, it takes a little getting used to but it's worth it for the staying power and high pigment. Be sure to tap out the excess obviously and don't swipe! You should pat, pat, pat the shadow and then blend. Swiping will cause fallout and make the color go opaque. However, if you use a wet brush and use the powder as a liner, you can achieve a solid line with swiping motion. Just remember patting the color will usually give the most staying power and color payout. I've been using the burnt sienna to line the outer corners of my eye, to give just a touch of depth. It looks so natural, it's hard to tell I'm wearing anything. It's a beautiful color for all eye colors, it reminds me of the red-brown shadow in Charlotte Tilbury's Dolce Vita palette for a fraction of the price and with much cleaner ingredients! This eyeshadow is a must have! It beats most pressed powder shadows for sure!