Guest Swatcher: Sleek Graphite

Readers, I am totally thrilled to bring you an amazing guest-swatch series from England: Sleek iDivine palettes. These palettes have made quite a stir in the online makeup-loving community on account of their low-price, high-quality, and until recently, exclusivity to England.

Our guest swatcher is Nicole, and honestly, I want to be her. She’s gorgeous, glamorous, brilliant, jetsetting, and bilingual. She takes amazing pictures, and through her travels she writes Beauty-Free, a blog covering the makeup available exclusively in duty-free of various airports and on various airlines.

The first palette (which I selected randomly) is limited edition Graphite. These palettes are $10 (£5.99), and Nicole says you can use them wet or dry.
Sleek, iDivine, Graphite, palette
Sleek, iDivine, Graphite, palette, swatches

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5 Responses to “Guest Swatcher: Sleek Graphite”

  • Phyrra says:

    Pretty swatches!

  • I adore Sleek eye palettes-I own 4 or 5, the Acid Palette is my personal favorite. I don’t know of any US brand that sells shadows at the price of Sleek that have anywhere near the quality. I also HIGHLY recommend their Pout Polish lip balms- I own them all, they’re the perfect level of moisture, tint of color and SPF to wear every day.

    I will say, if you have a buddy overseas, it may be worth your while to have them ship it to you, since a lot of Sleek’s products are cheaper in the UK (especially when there are promos on!)

  • Laura says:

    What a great site! Thanks for the link, Karla.

  • Jean says:

    I already own this palette, it’s a real favorite and nicely pigmented. Where else besides the UK and ebay can they be had in the US?

  • Fiona says:

    Hey Karla!!

    I have the Storm palette. If you need a guest swatcher, shoot me an e-mail :)

    I absolutely adore these palettes. Their eyeshadow is like butter and is highly pigmented. The only thing you have to worry about is like all mineral shadows, you need to pat it on before you blend. That way you get minimal fallout.

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