My initial reaction when I saw this Éclosion was - peach & plummy brown together on the eyes? Will it be wearable?! After wearing it for the last few days I can safely say yes.
Being in the UK, I can only access baked versions of Chanel eyeshadow quads. This particular palette had a very grainy and uneven finish - the above photo was taken before I had touched any of the shadows.
The first colour on the top left is the peach shade which looks quite scary in the pan (for eyeshadow). I apply this colour with a MAC 217 brush as a wash and to be honest it does not look this intense on my skintone (please see swatch photo below). I get a lovely sheer wash of colour that brightens up my eye area, which is prone to dark circles and shadows.
The second colour is a champagne gold micro glitter shimmer. I love the colour but it's a fallout disaster.
The third colour, a purple/red toned plummy brown (one of my friends described it as "bruisey" which I showed her a photo), is surprisingly easy to wear. I apply it as a liner, smudged with a pencil brush, along the top and outer bottom lashes. On me, the red tones seem to disappear - I get a nice chocolate brown instead.
The fourth shade is a pretty standard beigey brown base colour.
All of these eyeshadows are very smooth and easy to apply, except for the champagne shade, due to the sparkles.
I was actually nicely surprised by Éclosion, as it is actually quite wearable and I can get a few different looks with the one palette. Once applied the colours look fresh and illuminates, which sums up spring nicely for me.