Finely milled, with a slight sheen closer to Guerlain's Meteorites than most highlighters. The white is just that, a soft white that isn't metallic. The pink is even softer and lighter, a lovely cool glow. They're both so subtle I can't tell the difference on when I mix them.
Dior Glowing Gardens pink is warmer (peach/gold hint) and more metallic.
Camellia de Plumes is more metallic, silver, with a hint of warm gold.
Guerlain Meteorites is slightly more subtle.
With Meteorites summer 2015 (right)
Dior Glowing Gardens pink across the top, camellia de plumes on the left, the next 2 are perles, and the last two are Guerlain Meteorites Summer 2015.
The shimmer shade is silver/taupe and has that pigment in a sheer base look. It's less harsh/striking than a cooler silver...but light.
The next shade is a copper fawn if that makes sense. This and the other two have tiny micro glitter (the disco dust?) which add complexity and make them less boring...but it's very subtle. I saw gold green pink and copper in this shade.
The third shade is a warm peach copper and as a slight metallic sheen. I saw micro glitter in green pink copper and maybe blue and/or silver (very subtle...in sunlight only).
The last shade is a blackened brown, and cooler than the 2nd and 3rd shades . I saw hints of pink blue silver and maybe copper. It is less metallic (though none are metallic...more a sheen to a satin) and is more a satin matte with sheen. Great shade for doing a smoky brown eye.
Great neutral palette for every day or doing a smoky brown eye. It's cooler, less metallic and a little less creamy than honeymoon.