Tissé Cambon contains a mauve-taupe with fine micro-sparkles, a softly shimmery pink-tinged ivory, a mid-tone flamingo pink with golden shimmer, and a satin eggplant purple.
I really love the mauve-taupe for an all-over lid color. The ivory makes a nice highlight shade, as it is not overly reflective. All of the colors are quite soft and wearable--even the pink--despite how bright it appears in the pan. Even though the shades are shimmery, they are not full-on metallic and therefore do not emphasize lines in the eyes.
Overall, this is a great, versatile palette with a lovely combination of shades. If you are a fan of purples and plums Tissé Cambon is well worth considering!
I wore Tissé Cambon this morning while doing my Sunday errands. For the quick and simple look below I used the mauve-taupe all over the lid, the eggplant on the outer corner, a bit of the pink shade in the crease, and the ivory in the inner corner. I did not use a base, as I was told by the Chanel sales associate that the new formula does not require one, but I think a base might help to intensify the colors and extend wear-time, so will try using one in the future. She also mentioned that the new formula is not designed to be used wet, unlike the prior round-pan formula. I don't often use shadows wet (except for mineral shadows), but thought it was worth noting.
I'm looking forward to using this palette again soon and plan to try out other color combinations that focus more on the bright pink shade. I foresee getting a lot of use out of the mauve-taupe shade all on its own!
If you're considering purchasing this palette, I recommend visiting Bella Chique for more swatches and a look created by the lovely Teri, and also stop by Mostly Sunny to see Sunny's beautiful look using this quad. Just Eve and Beauty Glitter also have great posts featuring this item.