China Rose is a light-medium warm pinked coral with gold pearl in a Duo Chrome finish. This is a permanent shade. It has a soft, dense, almost buttery texture, and goes on smoothly and evenly. It has high pigmentation and opaque colour pay-off. It darker and more pink than Anastasia Beverly Hills Fresh Peach, darker and more vibrant than MAC Expensive Pink and Inglot 407 Pearl, similar to Makeup Geek Cosmopolitan, and less sparkly than Make Up For Ever D750 Frosted Peach.
Burnt Orange Matte is a medium-dark warm orange-brown in an Ultra-Matte finish. This is a permanent shade. It has a soft, finely-milled texture, and goes on smoothly and evenly. It has high pigmentation and opaque colour pay-off. It is more orange than Anastasia Beverly Hills Caramel, lighter and more orange than MAC Saddle, slightly more orange than MAC Texture, darker than Makeup Geek Crème Brulee, and similar to Make Up For Ever M664 Fawn.
Wine is a medium-dark warm amber copper with gold pearl in a Titanium finish. This is a permanent shade. It has a soft, dense, almost buttery texture, and goes on smoothly and evenly. It has high pigmentation and opaque colour pay-off. It is lighter and more gold than Anastasia Beverly Hills Copper Shimmer, darker and more copper than MAC Amber Lights, darker and more copper than Ardency Inn Copper, much more muted and less metallic than Makeup Geek Untamed, and more orange than Makeup Geek Goddess.
Sangria is a medium-dark warm cranberry pink with pearl in a Satin finish. This is a permanent shade. It has a soft, dense, almost buttery texture, and goes on smoothly and evenly. It has high pigmentation to opaque colour pay-off. It is slightly darker than MAC Cranberry, warmer and more pink than MAC Plum Dressing, brighter and more red than Urban Decay Last Call, less metallic than Make Up For Ever ME840 Pink Chrome, and more metallic than Make Up For Ever M842 Wine.
Gorgeous, buttery textures with rich, saturated colour; Anastasia Beverly Hills definitely hit the mark with their eyeshadows, with a huge range of shades and a variety of different finishes to compete with some of the best shadows on the market (e.g. MAC, MUFE, Urban Decay, NARS, Makeup Geek, etc.). When these initially launched, ABH had provided both four- and eight-pan empty palettes for free when you purchased the shadows to fill your palette, and the more you bought, the better value it would be (if you bought four shadows, the four-pan palette was free and each shadow was $10, and if you bought eight shadows, the eight-pan palette was free and each shadow was $8.75). But it seems like this deal is different depending on where you buy it from: ABH's website doesn't even offer building your own palette anymore, whereas the Macy's location I went to had only the four-pan palette offer but not the eight, but the Macy's website (in the US only) offers both the four- and eight-pan palettes. (If you're outside of the US, though, forget it — you gotta pay for shipping and duties, too.) That's not to say ABH's shadows aren't worth ordering because they are absolutely worth every penny; it's just annoying that their customizable palette offerings aren't the same across all retailers. So, if you're in the US, or know someone who's in the US and is going to come visit you soon, definitely order from the Macy's website, where they consistently have stock, there's free US shipping for purchases over $50, and they have both the value palette options.