Guest Swatcher: Sleek Pout Polish

Tremendous thanks to the amazing Becca of Subtle Like a Tank (definitely check out her blog — unlike me, she is daringly unafraid of bold color). She very graciously volunteered swatches of her own Sleek collection to add to the Sleek swatch library.

She has swatches of many (possibly all) of the Sleek palettes — and they are lovely.  But I wanted to start with her swatches of a product I am learning about for the first time: Pout Polish.  According to Becca, these potted balm/glosses are similar to MAC’s Tinted Lip Conditioners, but perhaps a little creamier and more sheer. She reports they are $10 each (for a .34 oz. jar).

Raspberry Souffle and Lemon Meringue were released at the same time as the Circus palette; Raspberry Souffle is a purportedly a good approximation of MAC’s Petals and Peacocks. Electro Peach and Pink Cadillac are permanent (as are Chocolate Kiss and Perfect Plum, which Becca doesn’t own).
Sleek, Pout Polish
Sleek, Pout Polish
Sleek, Pout Polish, swatches, Raspberry Souffle, Lemon Meringue, Electro Peach, Pink Cadillac
Sleek is a drugstore brand in the UK (and much easier to buy if you live there). Has anyone else tried Pout Polish? What did you think?

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3 Responses to “Guest Swatcher: Sleek Pout Polish”

  • Amy says:

    These seem to bear a striking resemblance to MAC’s Stylishly Yours main colors.

  • Dawn says:

    I have Pink Cadillac and Electro Peach. Lovely colours and they glide on so smoothly. They smell delicious, too, but after a while I find I get a vile taste in my mouth simply from wearing (not eating) them :( Seems to be from breathing it in through my mouth

  • Safoora says:

    I also have pink cadillac, which I love… But it seems that any of the other colours I want are never in stock in superdrug, which is a shame :(

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