The nine different shades are
Top row (L-R): Shaken (pearl gold shimmer), Verde (pearl bright olive), Macchiato (matte mid-pink brown), Cocoa (pearl bronze shimmer)
Center: Butler (matte bone)
Bottom row (L-R): Prosecco (pearl ivory shimmer), Glazed (pearl bronzed/red shimmer), Whoopie Pie (matte deep brown); Plumberry (matte deep aubergine)
My general take on this palette is that the colors are beautiful and it's a great smokey eye palette, since all the shades are very neutral. The pigmentation, however, is not that great. I feel like you have to apply a lot of product to achieve a good smokey eye. The shimmery shades definitely have more pigmentation than the matte colors, but even then you still need a lot of product. This palette costs $39, which is pretty pricey, so is it worth the money? In my honest opinion, I like this palette, but I feel that the Urban Decay Naked Smokey palette has a broader spectrum of shades and the shadows are more pigmented than the ones in this palette, so you use less product.
Overall, this is a good palette if you are looking for just neutral colors. If you want more dynamic colors, I would recommend the Urban Decay Naked Smokey palette over this one.