As usual, the palette contains 12 shades and is great value for money, costing £5.99. A serious bargain for the quality of the eyeshadows.
This palette is not dissimilar to the limited edition Graphite palette that Sleek released a year ago. Although this one does contain deep green and blue shades that the Graphite palette did not. I really love the shades included – they are ideal for creating sultry/dark make up looks that are perfect for the party season!
Sleek have now started to name the colours in the palettes. Although I think this a great idea, I do think that they need to actually put the names on the back of the palette, as the names are basically printed onto the inner transparent sleeve. Which personally for me, seems a bit pointless, as the inner sleeve quite frankly either goes missing or ends up in the bin.
The shades are all richly pigmented, fab to apply and blend really easily. You do get a bit of fallout with these but it’s not really a problem for me, as I simply apply the eyeshadow before my foundation so that the fallout can be wiped away without any fuss.
I used this palette at the weekend for a night out, but stupidly I forgot to take photos of the finished look. I was kicking myself all night about it. I’ll be creating some looks with it soon though and will share them when I do.