I bought the contour cream kit in light, and the powder kit in light-medium. I have fair neutral toned toned skin in winter and light-neutral slightly leaning on yellow toned in the summer. I'm around a NC15-NW15, but I have to mix and match as both aren't neutral enough for me. I also have dry, eczema prone skin. The cream kit is very pigmented, I love the middle contour shade, and I'm quite scared of the two outer shades as they are extremely dark. The contour shades are very similar. The middle shade is the most neutral contour shade. The two on either side lean reddy-pink. Even in the summer I can't use the two end contour shades, they are just too dark. The highlighting shades are very light. The banana shade is the darkest and even that is too light. The highlight shade on the left is almost paper white like the tarte shape tape in fair neutral. The peachy shade on the right is very similar to the shade on the left except slightly pink toned. I don't use the highlight shades AT ALL, as I find they are just too cakey for under the eyes and look far too pale. The creams are hard to blend out even with a damp real techniques sponge. I assume on oily skin they will be great, but it is a nightmare on dry skin. Remember to use sparingly the shades are VERY pigmented. As for the powder kit, same goes with the shades, the middle contour shade is my fave, the two other contour shades are too pink and dark. The highlight shades I never use. All in all they are alright palettes, but I don't think they are a necessity. Love Anastasia, but the contour kits are way over hyped for what they are.