NEW Sleek Eye and Cheek Palettes!

NEW Sleek Eye and Cheek Palettes!


Hi Guys!

Today I’ve got a couple of brand new Sleek Eye and Cheek Palettes to share with you, in See You At Midnight (above top left) and Dancing Till Dusk (bottom right). Both palettes have four eyeshadows and two blushers each, and two mini brushes. They come in Sleeks’ usual matte black casing with a handy integrated mirror.

Dancing Til Dusk includes velvety browns and shimmering fawns taken from the Au Naturel i-Divine palette. With radiant Blush shades Mirrored Pink, an iridescent soft pink and Sahara, a matte, dark coral, for a sophisticated finish.

See You at Midnight combines deep blue and pearlescent purple eyeshadows taken from the Romance i-Divine Palette. Along with Blush in Pomegranate, a golden berry hue and Antique a shimmery dusky rose, for a captivating look.




Dancing Til Dusk is probably my favourite palette out of the two as I think the shades suit my pale skin tone more than See You At Midnight. The only shade I was slightly disappointed with was the matte beige eyeshadow, which unfortunately didn’t have great colour payoff. All the other shades were fantastic though and I especially liked the pretty pink shimmer blush in Mirrored Pink which is a great colour for brightening a pale complexion like mine!




Dancilng Til Dusk (which was kindly sent to me by Beauty Product Testing) contains slightly more daring shades in terms of colour and finish. There are three dark shade eyeshadows here and every pan has a shimmer finish. I love the iridescence you can see on a couple of these shades, they are pretty intense though so they’d be excellent to use for an evening look with a nude lip.

Both of these palettes are really handy to throw in your bag when you’re on the go, they’re slimline and compact, and have a great range of shades to suit a variety of skin tones!

The Eye and Cheek Palettes can be purchased from Sleek for £9.99 each.

I’d love to hear what you think? I hope you enjoyed my review! xxx

This post contains a sample provided for review





  1. 19 November, 2014 / 12:45 pm

    Beauty to me is many things, but I don’t think of “physical beauty” that many people may think of when they hear that word. It is SO much more than that, and I have definitely learned that over the years. Of course, almost every girl has had insecurities, and maybe still does. I’ll be honest, I know I sure did, and still do. It’s human nature for us girls, especially because of the way the media portrays beauty. Thankfully, I’m learning to get over that, and am so much more comfortable in my own skin for doing so. I have never been happier.

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