Mystic Moss, Buttercream, Coffee Bean, Amethyst, and Charcoal.
They also had Saddle and Sand Dollar, which I did not pick up.
These are all what I consider natural shades, and really are great for every day wear.
I picked up buttercream before the others and had used it a lot- that's why the packaging is dirty!
From top to bottom in above picture, and Left to Right in bottom picture:
Butter cream, Mystic Moss, Coffee Bean, Charcoal, Amethyst.
Buttercream- This makes a great highlight for under brow bone. It has a really nice golden shimmer and is comparable to ELF Studio Blush in Gotta Glow, except it's a little bit more golden. It is pretty sheer, but very pretty. It can also be used as a face highlighter.
Mystic Moss- This one is most likely the one I will use the least. It's nice, but it's between gray and green and I don't love it. The pigmentation is great, but I wish the color was more green.
Coffee Bean- This one is the most shimmery of them all, it actually has some glitter in it. I really like this as a crease color, it's multi dimensional and pigmented. I wore it last night with Buttercream all over the lid, and Coffee Bean in the crease.
Charcoal- Either this one or Amethyst is my favorite. This is a semi matte dark gray- it is not black. This works good for a crease shade or a lower lash line shade.
Amethyst- This one is pretty unique in comparison to the others. It isn't quite metallic, but does have a subtle sheen to it. It's very multi dimensional and a really pretty plum color.
I doubt I will repurchase any of these again, because they're $3 on www.eyeslipsface.com, and I only paid $1 for each of them. Besides, if I wanted a golden highlight, I would get Gotta Glow, because you get more product for the same price. However, if you do not have many eyeshadows in your collection, this may be a good investment for you, because all the colors are very wearable.
Pebble is the only matte shade in the collection, and I hear that's is the perfect ashy brown color to fill in brows.