Bottom row (left to right): Copper Rose Quartz glaze, Raisin glaze, White Peach glaze.
Swatches in same order, except Copper Rose Quartz and Raisin, which I managed to switch. All swatches are dry, and on unprimed skin.
Trish McEvoy makes some gorgeous neutrals. The only reason I don't own more of them is that I found the counter a little too determined to make me buy more than I was looking for (trying to upsell, pushing the skincare quite heavily). For the life of me I'll never understand this kind of approach; you might make someone buy more than they intended once, but they'll avoid your counter forever afterwards if they don't remember it as a pleasant experience. It's also a bit annoying that the eyeshadows don't come with a container; you have to buy a charger or a planner to store them in.
Tawny is a little chalkier than the other shades; if I had to recommend one shade of sludge out of those I own from this line it would be Raisin. I do love the Deep Amethyst definer, which gives a smoky line, and can also be used wet for a more liquid liner effect. Pulling these out almost tempts me to brave the Trish McEvoy counter again; it has been quite a while since I last visited, and perhaps the sale technique has calmed down a little since then.