The packaging for Vegas is identical to the other Arte Palettes, but featuring different art and characters. It is made of the same sturdy, glossy cardboard.
And for the swatches! Unfortunately, while still soft and very nice, Vegas did not have as pigmented shadows as Lion Papa.
First is a pure shimmery snow white.
Next a shimmery gunmetal silver.
Then was the bright purple shade. It looks pink here but it is a midtone purple with pink tones and slight blue shimmer. This color can be better seen in the look pictures below.
And last for the shadows, the dark plummy purple shade.
The blush was again very nicely pigmented, a bright shimmery pink. Cooler toned and less glittery then Lion Papa.
I found the white and silver the easiest eyeshadow shades to work with, while the bright purple was the least pigmented. I didn't have any problems with the colors not showing up or blending on my eyes though.
Purple on lid, Plum in crease, White as highlight.
Silver on lid, Plum in crease, White as highlight.
So for three bucks, I would say this is one sweet deal. Make sure to get yours before they sell out!