If you enjoyed today's earlier post on Sleek Make-Up's newest blush palette, Sleek Make-Up Blush By 3 in Sweet Cheeks - review link then I have a sneaky feeling that you may enjoy Sleek Make-Up i-Candy i-Divine palette. This eyeshadow line up is certainly a treat for all those who love bright, candy and sorbet inspired shades but for those like myself who don't wear brights too often worry not as there is a few great everyday staple shades in the mix too!
I'm not going to waste too much time on discussing the packaging - it is not special edition but just your regular Sleek Make-Up's usual matte black casing with a large and good quality mirror and a duo ended foam applicator. As a word of warning do please be careful with any of your Sleek Make-Up palettes as the shadows are of a fairly soft formula and should you drop one there is a good chance a few shadows will break.
Sleek MakeUp i-Candy i-Divine palette contains 12 shades and to the best of my knowledge they are all new shades (I could be wrong so do feel free to correct me in the comments). Unlike previous palettes the leek MakeUp i-Candy i-Divine palette has an equal mix of both matte and shimmer formulated shades which is a nice change of pace. Typically speaking I do find Sleek Make-Up to excel at shimmer/metallic finishes but not so much when it comes to matte formula's I find them to be dry, chalky and produce a substantial amount of fall out. That being said I can not dispute that all of Sleek Make-Up's eyeshadows are well pigmented and with a primer then do stay in place all day.
Strawberry Sherbet - A matte bright candy almost barbie pink not overly chalky.
Bon Bon - A metallic pink that has a strong blue undertone that allows it to appear almost lilac.
Parma Violet - A well formulated matte deep purple.
Apple Sour - A bright metallic mid tone green.
Pear Drop - A slightly chalky acid green.
Flump - Another matte this time it is a bright almost neon purple that isn't too chalky in finish.
Liquorice - A matte black that is disappointing both in finish and pigmentation.
Blue Fizzle - A slightly metallic denim blue.
Aniseed - Another metallic formula that is a pinky red, this would be a beautiful blush.
Bubblegum - A matte bright blue, silky soft and not chalky at all.
Mint Cream - The matte version of Apple Sour slightly ashen in finish.
Cream Soda - An off white metallic shade.
All in all a really pretty palette that will appeal to those who enjoy brighter eye shades and a mixture of formulas.
Sleek Make-Up i-Candy i-Divine Palette* will launch on June the 5th and will retail for £7.99 at both Superdrug and Sleek Make-Up's online store.
-* PR Sample sent for consideration of review.
Random Fact - The M&M in M&M's stands for Mars and Murrie. Forrest Mars, Sr. and Bruce Murrie launched the sweet treat.
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