I also like Phloof, Pink Freeze, Soft Force, Young Venus, and Sweet Heat...Naked pigment is gorgeous too.
Ricepaper hands down. It's such a versatile color that I can use it on any part of my face... e.g eyes, cheekbones, T-zone.... without being overly frosty or shimmery or too pink. I hate my highlighting colors to be too pink
Ricepaper is one color that works with most skintones I feel. Imho, some lighter colors can look ashy on darker skins, but I have seen ricepaper on my friend who is more tanned than me, and it works wonderfully on her as well. It's a safe color for everyone I feel.