Uni exams are finally all over, meaning that I’ll be able to blog more often as I won’t have loads of deadlines. Anway I’d seen this palette a few time on other blogs and instagram and when I saw it after an exam, I decided that it could be like a reward (Any excuse to justify buying more make-up!).
This has quickly become one of my favourite palettes at the moment. Out of the 12 shades only 3 are matte, so if your not a fan of shimmery eyeshadow then this probably isn’t for you. The packaging is like all the Sleek i-divine shadow palettes, black casing with 12 eyeshadows and a large mirror. On the outer box it also has some tips which I think is quite a nice touch.
I think that the colours in this palette a gorgeous and you can definitely create so many different looks. I love how they all have names, and they’re all after different types of storms.
They are all highly pigmented which is great and a little goes along way. I find that with primer they last about 6 hours before I start to notice a little creasing, but you can fix this by just blending it a little and it looks fine again. As with all the Sleek palettes that I’ve tried so far I find that they all blend together beautifully and that there are so many looks that you can create using this palette. I will definitely be posting some of the looks that I create with this palette soon, so keep a look out 🙂
Here are the 12 shades swatched (without primer);
Top row of palette
Bottom row of palette
Overall I love this palette and would definitely recommend it if your looking for a palette to create both day and night looks. Sleek i-divine palettes can be found on the Sleek website and at Superdrug for £7.99.
Have you tried the Sleek Storm palette? Did you like it or do you prefer one of the other palettes?