Here are the three additional Surratt eye shadows I got at the encouragement of several readers and fellow bloggers: Chamois, Doré, and Griége. As you can see, I chose classic neutrals for my first Surratt palette, but I think that the next one will be more adventurous. I think Surratt has an interesting looking green and blue shadows.
Chamois is a matte buttercream, with a dreamy creamy texture. It's a perfect base color that evens the lids and works with just about any darker shade you throw at it.
Doré is a dirty shimmery gold that pulls a bit khaki. It has far less visible particles than Patine, and I think it's also easier to blend.
Griége is another creamy matte. Surratt (or at least Barneys) describes it as a "grey taupe", but it's not. This is a warm medium brown, very smooth. It'll probably look better contrasted with blue eyes than against my dark brown ones, but it is a good basic color.
The texture of all three eye shadows is quite lovely and in line with many Japanese-made products I've tried. As you can see, the pigment level is average, so the colors meld with the skin and don't compete with it. Yet they're not sheer-- use over a primer and you can build the intensity quite a bit.
Bottom Line: Surratt has the potential to become cult favorite.
Surratt Artistique Eye Shadows ($20 each) are exclusive to Barneys.