For this look, I decided to make it neutral, so I used Aftermath and the lighter colours, Sanctified Snow and Hourglass Sand. I'm really liking these colours so far.
Here's the look I produced. Don't laugh - I swear it's more blended in real life (the second picture with my eye closed will also prove it later!):
Here's the breakdown for anyone interested. All the eyeshadows were from the Gabrielle Faust for Overall Beauty line:
Hourglass Sand on lid (matte warm beige)
Sanctified Snow on browbone (shimmery vanilla)
Afemath on crease (grey-brown matte)
Covergirl Lash Blast mascara
Urban Decay Bourbon 24/7 Eyeliner Pencil
The thing I noticed is that although Aftermath looked like a brown-grey in the pot and in my previous swatches, it actually pulls a little purple on. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, and I suspect this is due more to my weird olive undertones than anything else.
Here's a picture of the same eyeshadow look with my eyes closed. See, I told you the blending wasn't that bad, right? :P
The Gabrielle Faust by Overall Beauty shadows were nice and pigmented, and very smooth in texture. I have no complaints about these. I think they could blend better, but I think they're fine the way they are.