The palette contains 12 different nude shades and although I spent a lot more than I usually would on makeup for it, £36 I think, it was most definitely worth the money.
I bought it about a year ago and still wear it most days to this day. The colours last really well especially if you use a bit of primer underneath. You can easily use the light colours during the day for a more subtle look and layer up the darker colours for something a bit more special.
It did come with an urban decay primer which has since ran out but I find that my normal face primer, L'Oréal Paris Studio Secrets Smoothing Resurfacing Primer, works just as well as long as you make sure you give it a few minutes to settle into your eyelids, otherwise I find it's really difficult to blend.