What is it?
A Sleek blusher palette containing 3 shades of blusher – 2 matte shades and one shimmery shade. The one I have is shown here and is the orange/peach/coral palette.
These palettes come in a few different colour ways and contain 3 highly pigmented blusher colours all in a sleek black palette ideal for travelling.
These are highly pigmented, smooth, blendable and great value for money. In the palette I bought, there are two matte shades – a bright orange and a bright coral – and a shimmery peach too. I can’t say I know about the other colour ways as I didn’t look at them properly in the shop but I believe that there’s a pink toned palette and also a brown/bronze coloured one. I would assume the ratio of matte to shimmery shades would be the same for the other palette but perhaps not. If you have any of the others then feel free to comment below and let us all know!
Worth the money?
As with all the Sleek make up I own, I was thoroughly impressed. The matte shades are pigmented and smooth, these colours aren’t chalky and it’s great to have a shimmery shade and matte shades all in one palette. The packaging is great for travelling, sturdy and yet not to bulky – sleek, slim and simple with the added bonus of a large mirror.
These palettes cost £9.99 here in the UK and are available from the Sleek website or Superdrug.
What is it?
A very thin twist up eye brow crayon (no sharpening needed) in a medium brown ash colour.
I honestly have no idea why I haven’t done a blog post on this product before. I use this every day and have done for several years now. It’s a very thin brow crayon (I say crayon as you don’t sharpen it so I guess it’s not a pencil? ).
It’s perfect from getting a really precise brow or for creating those realistic fine ‘hair’ strokes for a naturally full brow.
This product comes in a wide range of colours and is my all time favourite brow product, I would be lost without it.
The only complaint I have is that you can’t tell when it’s going to run out so it’s wise to have 2 at a time (they last quite a while anyway) so that you don’t suddenly run out completely. There is no clear part or indication of how much of the product you’ve used.
Worth the Money?
Yes, absolutely. This product comes in several shades including ideal colours for blondes and those with auburn hair as well as several browns. For £12.50 this is worth every single penny to me, nothing works as well as this and the shade range is really good.
This product is available from department stores and MAC :
I started by using Maybelline’s 24hr Colour Tattoo eyeshadow in 40 – ‘Permanent Taupe’ as my base all over the lid and up to the crease. I also used my finger to lightly place some along the lower lashes.
Using the Naked palette by Urban Decay I used a flat stiff brush to pat ‘Sidecar’ on top of this on the lid.
Next I used a fluffly dome brush to blend ‘Toasted’ into my crease and on the outer part of my lower lashes.
I then took a smaller stiff dome brush to darken the outer corners with ‘Hustle’.
I then used Stila’s Convertable Eye Colour in ‘Berry’ as a liner along my top and bottom lashes and finished with a coat of Lancome’s Hynose Drama mascara.
I blended MAC’s ‘Tenderling blusher along my cheekbones and up towards my temples.
The eyes are the focus here so I kept the lips fairly neutral with just a swipe of Barry M’s lipgloss in number 2.
What Are They?
Long-lasting liquid eyeliners that come in 8 beautiful shades.
These liners are easy to apply and last a very long time and with 8 colours to choose from there is something for everyone. There is a pointed felt tip type brush which makes application easy and accurate, however, these liners do apply quite wet so I found it best to apply where I wanted to, wait ten seconds and apply again to really get a vibrant colour.
The eyeliner lasted all day and even the night as well! I also found it fairly difficult to take off with just a wipe which works with a lot of other eyeliners i’ve tried, however, to me this is a good thing as these liners i’m certain would be waterproof. To remove properly I found the best way was to put eye make up remover on a cotton pad, place over the eye for a few seconds and then start to remove the liner.
Worth The Money?
At £3.49 each these liquid liners are excellent value for money considering the range of colours available and the quality of the product. This product is available at Superdrug and BeautyUK’s website : http://www.beautyukcosmetics.com/