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REVIEW: Sleek Makeup I-Divine Acid Eyeshadow Palette

 

Review of Sleek Makeup I-Divine Acid Eyeshadow Palette



Guest Post By: Pranali


Sleek MakeUp’s Palettes are coined as ‘Legendary’ and one of the brightest beauty is Sleek Acid.
Bright almost Neonish shades combined with regular colors, this palette is perfect for Bold Eyemakeup.

The colors are vivid and chromatic, also is the pigmentation intense. There is no doubt of the color combination, perfectly divided with wearable colors and vivid neons. Every colors is unique and has its own texture and pigmentation intensity. There are chalky, satiny and powdery finishes to these eyeshadows. These colors need a thick white base underneath for the vividness to come alive.

Then comes the amazing part. The staying power with thick white base is 6-7 hours. Matte Eyeshadows don’t crease on my lids with proper base. The Colors aren’t named and I am wondering why. I just try to describe them as close as possible.


Sleek I-Divine Acid Eyeshadow Palette

Sleek I-Divine Acid Eyeshadow Palette Swatches Review

Dark Mauvish Pink is satiny and can is intensely pigmented.
White is chalky and has semi hard texture. It can be used as Brow Highlighter.
Bright yellow, is really Chromatic but not flashy. Blends well though some might find it chalky.
Vivid Orange is the second Brightest and is semi-hard, It will need an primer for the colour to pop on the lid.
Electric Blue is one of my favourites, it is shimmery unlike the others and creamy texture glides on smoothly and effortlessly blends too.
Blue is creamy and shimmery like Electric Blue, but a two shades lighter.
Purple is somehow most problematic colour here, It is semi- hard but indeed is a wonderful hue.
Green is sort of Henna green and semi-hard. It has gold sheen to it.
Pink is hot and Bright, It really makes the eyes pop! The texture is cream-ishly hard works with and without primer.
Green is neon-ish and third brightest of all, and has the texture same as of the Pink above.
Silvery Grey is a shimmery grey and has satin like texture.
Black is good enough for smokey eyes but is not exactly black. It is more of a Grey and Black.


Price of Sleek I-Divine Acid Eyeshadow Palette

$9.99

The Goods about Sleek I-Divine Acid
1) Intense Pigmentation
2) The Combination of Brights and Wearable Colors
3) Blends effortlessly
4) Staying power with a White base underneath is 6-7 hours.

The Bad about Sleek I-Divine Acid
1) A White base like NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk or alike is utmost necessary for the colors to show up.
2) There is fall out with few eyeshadows.
3) Availability is definitely an issue, it can be ordered only from their website.

Recommendations:
This definitely is not everybody’s cup of tea. But If you need that a little pop of color this could be the better choice. Since there are wearable colors as well, one will definitely not regret buying it.





Comments

  1. Nice palette . .Adding this to my wishlist Pranali :P

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  2. Wowza! Those are some crazy colours & I love how you've done that multicoloured eye makeup. I adore Sleek - both their palettes that I have been awesome :)

    www.stylefile.in

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  3. The color payoff is crazy! I have always wanted this palette but sadly it doesn't ship to the U.S. because of its ingredients x

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  4. Such popping out brighties..Love the palette and ur EOTD :)

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  5. wow nice bright neons. Love EOTD.

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  6. the palette is too bright for me.. though I liked the orange and blues from it :)

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  7. Wow such a colourful palette ! Me WANTttt ! Lovely EOTD
    Muahzz

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  8. This is such a bold palette! nicely done pranali... do share some looks with us :p

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