I tried to use the Le Metier de Beaute "Couches de Couleur" technique - layering different colours that is supposed to create a unique prismatic effect. I was initially a bit afraid that the end result might be too muddy but I think it actually turned out ok and is quite flattering.
Here are the products that I've used (I forgot to include the Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in Black Ink):
First, I smudged the Urban Decay Eyeliner in Zero (black) with the Sonia Kashuk Synthetic Crease Brush all over the mobile eyelid, so that I got a nice dark grey base. Then I added the Le Metier de Beaute eyeshadow in Crystal Ball (golden taupe) all over the greyish base and applied the LMdB eyeshadow in Empire (matte gray) mainly in the crease and near the lashline. Lastly I applied the LMdB eyeshadow in Sugar Plum (shimmery dark blue) closely to the lashes and a little bit in the outer v. I finished with the Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in Black Ink on the upper lashline, UD Eyeliner in Zero on the lower waterline, a mixture of the grey and blue LMdB eyeshadows smudged between the lower lashes and of course mascara - I used the Le Metier de Beaute one.
I think that the Couches de Couleur technique would work well with any kind of soft, pigmented and non-chalky colours and using a darker base (pencil or a cream eyeshadow) definitely makes a difference. I also like that this Kaleidoscope "forced" me to try out a combination of colours that I wouldn't normally go for.
As you can see, I still haven't used the pink Rockette from the Kaleidoscope on my eyes but in my defence, at least I used it as a blush :)