Above & Below: Copper Penny is a pale copper shade that's shown above with an Ott lamp, and below with no flash in natural lighting. I used 2 coats just to see if the color itself would build up from a golden copper to a more coppery shade, which is did not. One coat gave me perfect opaque coverage though. This shade actually has hints of silver, copper and gold, and here's an interesting, albeit useless observation: when I did my first swipe with nail polish remover, the copper/gold color came completely off, leaving a very much intact pure silver color. Copper Penny is filled with tiny crushed metallic flakes of silver and gold, which look very pretty against the subtle copper background. It's a brush stroke-free formula.
Below: I picked up the Jade/Onyx eye shadow duo, and the silver shade (left) had the slightest hint of green to it in the store. Once I used it though, it's a pure silver shade. Both shades are highly pigmented and have worn well without creasing or tiny glitter fallout.
Below: The silver shade is somewhat metallic, while the dark charcoal shade is filled with just the right amount of tiny multi colored glitter. I didn't notice the glitter in the store, so that was a pleasant surprise!
The two other nail polish shades are Silver Dollar and Gold Coin. Nouveau Cheap has a nice piece on her blog that covers this collection, so if you aren't already following her, you can check it out here. I'm inclined to think this is an LE collection, although the polish doesn't have the normal Limited Edition sticker on it.