The full size I ordered was half off in price (colour of the week sort of deal) and it was Qbert. I used to play the game back in the Atari/Sega days and so I wanted to pick it up. It was described as a soft coral-y orange. That is indeed the shade. Here are some swatches (over Elf's Studio Prime and Seal primer).
Above was taken in indirect sunlight (kinda cloudy that day) without flash, indoors.
From L to R:
Qbert: Shimmery soft coral infused orange
Photo Bomb: Caramel medium brown with soft shimmer
Wicked: Lemon drop sour yellow
Sporn: Ruddy tinged brown like rust and brown mixed together
Gold "O": Deep shimmering metallic gold
Quan: Seaweed teal grey blue shimmer
Monster: Deep grape purple
Above was taken with a flash so you can see the sparkle powah! Below was indoor lighting (hence the yellow hue) but it gives a good idea of how the shades adapt in different lighting.
I'm so glad I got Qbert full size as I have a lot of bright oranges but not many soft ones. Quan and Photo Bomb are my favorites out of these. I tend to like unique non-primary or obvious colour wheel shades. Candy makes her own hues and with funny names like "Leprechaun Poop" I can appreciate her humor. A fun twist to her shoppe is that she is part of the US military, so she has a spin on her products for military minded gals who don't mind getting their sparkle on.
Would I buy from Candy again? Yes! Was I happy with what I bought? Yes. I would like to see ingredients listed and some swatches on the site itself, but other than that, I am happy with what I received.
Overall Opinion: A
She shipped fast, was quick to communicate, and her colours impressed me. Have you given Candy's Sweet Treats a try? If so, share what you have and if not, tell me why. I'm always interested in what people experience. Thanks for stopping by!