Sleek are without a doubt my favourite affordable colour cosmetics range. Most items they sell cost less than a tenner and as I gradually work my way through their new launches, I am never left disappointed. Their makeup is highly pigmented, long lasting and performs way better than other makeup brands in their price range. So, when I was looking for a new eyeshadow palette to try out, I jut had to check out Sleek I-Divine Eyeshadow Palettes Autumn Winter 2016; each of these are limited edition and all cost £8.99. Oh, and because I couldn’t resist, I didn’t just get one… I got three!
The first of the new collection of Sleek Eyeshadow Palettes I was drawn to was the Sleek I-Divine Goodnight Sweetheart Eyeshadow Palette. This Limited Edition palette contains a mixture of shimmery and matte shades, all deeply warm toned from browns to pinks to purples to mimic romantic autumn nights by the fire. I’m not sure I’ll be having many autumnal romanic evenings (Jonathan, are you reading this? Hint hint!) but I sure can recreate the feeling on my eyelids with these shades!
The second palette I picked up was the Nordic Skies edition of the Sleek I-Divine palette. This contains a mixture of matte and shimmery shades again, but these are much more cool toned. Shades include pale pinks, pastel blues, mint greens and lilac purples, with just one deep brown to use as a crease colour. I have to admit that these aren’t colours I would usually go for, but I look forward to experimenting with these icy tones throughout winter.
Finally, we have the the Sleek I-Divine Eyeshadow Palette in On The Horizon. I think this is the most autumnal of all three new limited edition palettes. It combines classic autumnal tones such as oranges and greens and browns with some other deeper blues and golds for blending new looks together. The looks you can create on your eye with this palette are almost endless and so, if you are looking to try out a new Sleek I-Divine Eyeshadow Palettes Autumn Winter 2016, I would recommend giving this one a go.
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