On to the colours. There is a stunning frosted, light pinky taupe, a frosted bronze, a satin finish taupe and matte, cool dark brown. All of the colours have good pigmentation and feel very smooth in texture. The satin finish taupe is the perfect crease colour for a defined eye. I'm also in love with the dark brown eyeshadow as it is pigmented, not red based and there's not a hint of chalkiness. It reminds me a little of RBR Blackpepper Jay. I've used it successfully as both a liner shade and to add depth to the crease. The light frosted taupe is beautiful. I'm sometimes wary of shimmer on my (more mature) eyes but this is well done and I feel confident wearing it with the non-shimmery shades. I have used the bronze-y shade least but this also makes a nice lid colour. There are pictures of the colours applied in my most recent FOTD post here.
I have included some pictures comparing Blondette Fatale to a few of my other neutrals palette for reference. The ArtDeco eyeshadow look quite similar to the lighter Blondette Fatale colours.
If you're a big fan of neutrals or you don't own any neutrals and you're looking for a good palette, I think this would be a good investment. I think for me this is a near perfect selection of colours. The only thing I think it's lacking is a matte highlighter but that would make in a quint not a quad and I really have plenty enough already! Blondette Fatale costs £33 and is available at Lancôme counters now.
Disclosure: PR Sample