The packaging is beautiful: the products come in sturdy red boxes, and then gorgeous, heavy, metallic containers with the KW logo on lids that swing open. The eyeshadow in the container is €34; refills are €18.
Divine is described on the Kjaer Weis website as: 'a neutral tone, a beautiful gray that doesn’t look overly made-up. Divine will shade the eye and give the illusion of not wearing make-up. When applied to the crease, Divine gives beautiful, subtle depth to the eye. You can do a light smoky-eye with it alone, or use Divine as the stepping-stone for a great smoky-eye with our Onyx Eye Shadow.'
It's darker than I was expecting from the description and the picture on the Kjaer Weis website (which is below, apologies, I couldn't find a bigger picture on the website.) I did wonder if it was a Divine/Onyx mix up, but the box and the palette both say this is Divine.
Modesty Brown, Lipglossiping, Visionary Beauty and The Non Blonde.
Edited to add: I'm wearing this differently today (pictured below), in a Laura Mercier naturalist style. I tightlined my upper lashes with a black pencil, then applied Divine to my upper and lower lashline with a flat liner brush, and to my crease with a Scott Barnes crease brush. I really like it worn like this (it's easier to see the colour of it in the pictures above though!)