So, a little while back I tweeted 'Beauty at Tesco' and asked if they stocked the new Sleek vintage romance palette because I couldn't find it ANYWHERE and needed to get my little mitts on it. I thought that they'd get back to me and say either yes they did have it, or no they didn't.
However they were super nice and asked if I'd like them to send it out to me! How nice was that?!! Obviously I ever so gratefully said yes please (I may have squealed a little, but shhhh)
This is perfect for the Autumn and winter with those berry and burgundy shades. I love that there's a variety of colours too which allows you to create a nice subtle day look, or a dark intense evening look.
There are colours to suit everyone in this palette, and the thing I love is, the berry shades are pretty neutral. So if you're cool toned like I am you can still pull off the colours :)
There's one matte shade 'propose in Prague' which can be used as a transition shade, 3 glitter shadows 'Honeymoon in Hollywood' (the least glittery) 'Forever in Florence' and 'Love in London' Even though these shades are glittery in the pan, I don't find that the glitter transfers to my lid.
Each shadow is extremely pigmented and blendable, what you get in the pan is exactly what transfers to the lid. I've use these with and without a primer and found they worked great- pigmented and didn't crease at all.
Here are some looks I've worn using the palette:
* Meet in Madrid all over the lid
* Sleek contour kit in Light in crease as a transition shade
* A Vow in Venice in outer V and into crease
Same as above, but I added Forever in Florence in the outer V and crease to darken the look
* Meet in Venice all over lid
* Propose in Prague in the crease
* Romance in Rome in the outer third and into crease
I've used the eyeshadow palette every day since I received it and I'm in complete love with it! It's my first Sleek eyeshadow palette and I shall definitely be buying more, the quality is amazing!
(*Sent for review)
Where to buy:
Previous Sleek blush post - Here
What are your favourite palettes? Any recommendations?