What it is: Sleek Makeup is a makeup company based in the U.K. They are most well known for their 12 color I-Divine eyeshadow palettes. The company prides itself in having the ability to market itself to women of all ethnicities.
The Sleek MakeUP brand is youthful and fresh, engaging the interest of young women from a range of different backgrounds. Our ethos is to produce a range which boasts of extremely trendy, fashion forward shades and innovative products which can be worn by all but with a particular focus on women who are under-represented by major brands in the cosmetics market.
What it cost: You can purchase a palette of twelve eyeshadows for the low cost of $10. Each eyeshadow is about the size of a nickel compared to MAC eyeshadows that are a bit bigger than a quarter. That averages out to be about .83 cents per eyeshadow! You can purchase products online at: Sleek Makeup.
Sleek Chaos Palette
Sleek Good Girl Palette
Sleek Acid Palette
What I think: Now these palettes were a bit disappointing to me. The colors were either very chalky and powdery or had no color payoff at all.
Chaos Palette~pigmentation low to non-existent. I had to really swatch these colors to get them to show up. Once blended out they almost disappeared. The blues and the teal in the palette swatched fairly decent. The brown(top row, third from right), was almost the exact color of my skin(nc45). You would definitely need to pack these colors on heavily and use a base.
Good Girl Palette~was not horrible, but a lot of the colors were very dusty. I feel like I could at least use this palette for both eyeshadows and blushes.
Acid Palette~this was the worst palette of the bunch. The shimmer colors had the best pigmentation. The neon colors were extremely disappointing! They barely swatched at all, even after rubbing vigorously. What you see swatched is about four layers and the color is still not very pigmented. The white color in this palette had absolutely no pigment at all. Total FAIL!
I do think that most of these palettes are a good deal for the money, but I would not recommend these palettes with the exception of the Good Girl palette.