These are Benefit's answer to MAC's Paint Pots, and having used both, these definitely win out for me.
I have so many because I was lucky enough to pick these babies up for £5 each (or 3 for £10) at Portobello market almost two years ago.
They are a great multi-tasking product - primer, shadow, liner and even browbone/cheek highlight, depending on the colour of course. Used under powder eyeshadow the colours are really intensified.
Top row: Tattle Tale - Busy Signal - Get Figgy - Flatter Me
Botton row: R.S.V.P. - Birthday Suit - Skinny Jeans
My favourite shades are R.S.V.P., Birthday Suit and Skinny Jeans. Tattle Tale makes a great browbone and cheek highlighter and Skinny Jeans give you a one minute smoky eye.
The ones I find the least wearable are Busy Signal and Get Figgy, but that's just because of my colouring. I've had my MAC Paint Pots for almost two years also and they've pretty much dried up, while most of the Benefit pots are still going strong. Sadly R.S.V.P has dried and cracked, but I'm always using it and so it's exposed to the air more.
I have MAC Paint Pots in Bare Study and Rubenesque, and while I don't deny that MAC offer a wider range of colours, these Benefit beauties beat them hands down on pigmentation, creaminess and blendability. MAC Paint Pots are £13.50 for 4.5g, while at Boots a Benefit one will set you back £14.30 for 5g. While I wouldn't have bought this many at this price, I definitely would fork out for my favourites.
There are a few new colours out on the Benefit website and I have my eye on Honey Bunny (Limited Edition).