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BEAUTY | SLEEK'S STORM eyeshadow palette w/ swatches




One of the most photogenic eyeshadow palettes on the block, huh? I present to you the STORM palette from SLEEK makeup.
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SLEEK has been one of my favourite makeup brands for a long time now and i love it because its in the middle, its not top end expensive but it also isnt high street too cheap. The quality of most of the products is outstanding and affordable.

I got given this as a gift for christmas and i havent stopped using it since. I havent dared to use any of the bolder colours as yet!! I think it is the product you would 100% take with you if you was packing for a holiday or small break. I never want to take looooads of makeup with me when i go away and this palette is very multi useful. 
The second shade on the palette is amazing for a brow bone and cheek bone highlight and also for the inner eye.
The third one is the right colour for the crease to add a bit of depth and also for nose contouring, if you are into that. Of course it also includes a black shade for smokey eye looks or even to smoke out your winged liner!

The colour pay off is immense, as you can see from the photos. I made sure i did photos with and without the flash :) 

I am looking to buy some more palettes as they selction of colours is amazing and i honestly love the shades in this palette.

You can shop here
or in superdrug stores  

Im hoping to do some different looks (when i get time) with the bolder colours.

Do you prefer a shimmer or matte eyeshadow palette?
xoxo

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