MAC Cool pigment set
L-R: Reflects Blackened Red, Cool Frost, Quietly, Pinked Mauve, Teal
Reflects Blackened Red
Hard to swatch properly. It actually has red glitter flashes rather than the brown you see in the picture. I've heard this looks great as a nailpolish!
Very frosty (lol). Also a bit chunky so doesn't apply smoothly
Lilac colour with silver sparkles. Its a warmer purple than Beautiful Iris eyeshadow but cooler than Lovely Lilac pigment. Supposedly an Asia exclusive colour when it was first released.
Warm dark pink. Shimmery with great colour payoff
Green-blue colour, also shimmery and pigmented. I think just about every MAC fan owns this colour, or at least a sample of it.
MAC Warm pigment set
L-R: Reflects Antique Gold, Gold Dusk, Gold Mode, Melon, Gold Stroke
Reflects Antique Gold
Glitter that reflects gold. The name pretty much summed it up :)
Pale gold, slightly frosty
Champagne gold colour. Definitely my favourite colour of the set.
Warm peach gold. Shimmery and pigmented
Warm chocolate brown with sort of a gold sheen to it.
Here's what they look like in the bottles for comparison's sake, all in the same order as the swatches:
Maybelline Roller Colour eyeshadow
L-R: Make a Move Mauve, On Track Lilac, Steel Wheelin, On the Ball Blue, Skate til Midnight
Make a Move Mauve
My favourite colour of this series. It was my very first makeup item! I got this because I wanted a backup as the first one is running low. Its a shimmery warm mauve that my best friend picked out for me the first time we went makeup shopping :)
On Track Lilac
Lilac colour, a cooler shade when compared with MAC's Quietly pigment.
Silver-grey colour. Its a bit more greyish compared to MAC's Electra eyeshadow.
On the Ball Blue
Shimmery powder blue.
Skate til Midnight
Kind of disappointing. Its not as pigmented as it appears in the bottle, so I had to roll it on several times to get a good colour payoff. Its still a lot lighter than what I wanted though.
These come in 2.5g sizes, the same amount as with the MAC pigment sets. They are discontinued but they can be found on eBay.
Many people complain about the roller ball applicator but I think it makes the product more accessible than MAC's pigment sets. I find the trick to getting enough product out of these is to tap the roller ball against the back of your hand first, before rolling on the colour. Tapping it first helps get more pigment onto the applicator.
If that still doesn't work for you then remove the roller ball applicator on top (lots of people prefer this method) and use a brush to apply.