I've always had trouble with Bourjois eyeshadow pots being that they were really hard to use. The majority had little to none pigmentation and the product itself would harden up, you literally had to scrape the pan to pick up some product. I'm pleased to say that their new formulas have improved greatly and this problem is a thing of the past.
Their new shades do not have names just numbers which I think is boring. The colours are not vast in range either, they do not even have a standard white shade, which hopefully will change through the years.
01 is the most shimmery glittery champagne I have. The sparkle and glitters are tiny and don't have a heavy gritty texture, not like their previous colours in their old formulas. You will pick a descent amount of pigment from the very first touch which I am shocked about. Although depsite all this I don't think the sparkles and colour will hold very well without a eye primer or cream base. as the pigment and colour easily rubs off.
Overall I'm happy with their upgrade and won't hesitiate to purchase other shades.
A few comparison photos of the old and new pots. The pans are the same size but the casing has quite a big difference. The older version is much chunkier and has a standard compact click closure, whilst the newer versions have a magnetic closure and are much sleeker.
Purchased at Boots