First up an eyeshadow palette which goes by the name of Sunset. Full of warm peaches, golds and even a shimmery red eyeshadow the palette is reminiscent of erm ..a sunset!
I can't help but think this wouldn't have looked out of place had it been released in June, instead of October but hey, it's here now. Luckily this palette is perm so there's no need to break your neck to buy it.
Next is the Graphite palette - an ode to the smoky eye. I've been waiting patiently for the past fortnight to see this in person and it's a fairly decent smoky palette for under a fiver. This is LE, so do rush to buy it if you want it.
The shadows have the usual smooth, shimmery formula, are rich in pigment and swatch extremely well without the use of a primer. The critic in me has noticed that at least 3 of the grey shadows look exactly the same unless you're staring really intensely at your swatches but for £4.88 I won't complain too much.
I know a few UK bloggers have snapped these up already, what do you think of them? In all honesty, although I joke about it being a habit to buy the latest Sleek palette, I'm also thinking enough is enough now. The colour spectrum's been covered well and they're great for travel but I'm a bit bored of them of this being the main thing Sleek appear to advertise.
I was pleased to see new nail polishes, blushers and new eye dust shades at my local Sleek stand and I picked up a polish to compare quality. I only own one red polish so I picked up Geisha's Seal 42 as I had dupes of all the other 7 or so shades that were available.
Geisha's Seal 42
International chicks, sit tight! I know you're itching to get your hands on some Sleek goodness. I saw them mention on Twitter than they're hoping to begin shipping internationally next month. Fingers crossed for you!
Where can I find them? In various Superdrug branches nationwide.