There are 3 glossimers in the collection - Allegorie, Intrigue, and Mystery.
Allegorie is a light baby pink with subtle shimmers. It is not as light or sheer as I had expected.
Intrigue is a red-brown with no shimmers. This is a great shade with a punch of color.
Mystery is a rosewood with no shimmers. It reminds me a little bit of Chanel's Insolence Extrait De Gloss
L'Impatiente is a Rouge Allure Velvet. If you love vampy lipsticks, this shade will leave a beautiful burgundy, deep wine stain.
Apparence Illusion D'Ombre is a sheer gold eyeshadow. You will need to do some layering for the color to be more intense.
For those who skipped on Topkapi, Harmonie du Soir Eyeshadow Quad is your second chance to try out Chanel's best eyeshadow texture. It is buttery smooth, beautifully pigmented, and is simply a dream to work with. The quad includes a soft gold, brown-taupe, berry, and baby pink shade. I was head over heels with the light baby pink shade.
Star Dust Joues Contraste is a rose pink with visible sparkles. I think of it as a shimmery version of Rose Ecrin.
There is also a nail varnish in Malice, a deep dark red with shimmers. This looks darker on the nails than I had expected. I think with 3 layers, it leans a tad vampy as well.
Overall, the collection is small with a beautiful offering of products. I really like both Intrigue and Mystery Glossimers. I'm glad Chanel is finally bringing back pigmented glossimer shades! The eyeshadow quad's texture is simply amazing but the shades may not work for everyone. Star Dust is beautiful but those afraid of visible sparkles may want to try it out in person. I find Apparence too sheer compared to shades from the permanent collection. I wasn't particularly blown away by any of the products but the quality of this collection is excellent regardless of which items you pick.
My Picks: Intrigue, Mystery, Malice, Harmonie du Soir