I am obsessed with Sleek powders – especially their contour kit which is one of my holy grail products and is always in my everyday kit. I decided to give this blush a go, even though I was a bit put off by how bright it looked, as I have heard nothing but good things about it. This is what I thought…
As you can see, the colour pay-off is super pigmented and a little goes a long way, which is great considering the fact that it only costs £9.99. The texture of the blush feels amazing too, which reassures you that it will blend nicely for a subtle effect and will be long-lasting. This still looks a bit too intimidating to put on your face though right?
Colours from left to right – Lantern, Squash and P Pie.
Lantern is a highly pigmented orangey-red colour and as you can see, on the fact it looks far less intimidating once blended. I think the blush is beautiful for giving the appearance of a healthy glow, and because it is matte, you can get away with wearing it a bit underneath the cheekbone for some contour.
Squash is probably my favourite blush shade in this palette as it is such a girlie subtle colour that can be worn every day. I tend to favour more pale pink colours for blush as they are so versatile and can be paired with more dramatic make-up looks.
Finally, P Pie is the bright orange colour on the right hand side of the palette. I do enjoy wearing coral colours in the spring, but I’m not completely sure how much this colour suits me. I think maybe with a nuder or more coral lip it could have looked a bit better.
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