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Sleek Palette- Sunset

7th July 2011 in Uncategorised - 4 Comments - 1 min read

Sleek Palette- Sunset

7th July 2011 in Uncategorised - 4 Comments - 1 min read >/div>
Hey Beauties!
 i did what i thought of the Sleek Acid Palette and i thought i would just do the same for the more neutral “Sunset” Palette.
This palette has some really nice colours i like how the name “Sunset” matches the Colours as you see the pinks, peaches, golds and even a Blue! as with the Acid Palette these eyeshadows are really pigmented and really easy to blend. I really love the Blue one because its not matte but its really shimmery and has a nice shine to it I did a look with it((down at the bottom))
If your interested in these Palettes you can either buy the from Superdrug or from www.sleekmakeup.com
They are £6.49 each (which is a good price for highly pigmented eyeshadow and 6 of them)
If anyone wants me to show swatches or do looks with these shadows just leave a comment below!
I’m happy to answer any and all questions.

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Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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