Sleek Oh So Special Palette (£9)
Sleek Curacao Palette (£9)
Both of these are mineral based eyeshadow palettes and I really like them so far. They are very pigmented, which is especially surprising since they are so inexpensive! I'm very pleased with the results I've had so far, and I've even taken the Oh So Special palette along for several overnight trips already because it is so small and thin making it very portable for traveling, and perfect for daytime looks. I also like the variety of matte and shimmery shadows that are offered in each palette.
Aruba Blush (£7)
Aruba blush came out with the Caribbean collection (same of the Curacao palette) and it's a vibrant and intense matte orange. It is incredibly pigmented and would work well on darker skin. For fair skin, you have to use a very light hand. I like to use a stippling brush and tap off the excess on the back of my hand before even touching my face with it. This orange blush really warms up the face!
Pout Paints left to right: Cloud, Peek-a-bloo, Pin Up, Peachy Keen, Mauve Over (£7)
The Pout Paints are an intriguing new product that I am very much looking forward to playing around with some more. They are richly pigmented liquid lipsticks, where a pin drop size is enough to cover your entire lips. They go on creamy but dry down a bit after a while to a satin finish. I haven't tried these on my lips yet but I'm very interested to see how they live up to the OCC Lip Tars, of which I own two. The Pout Paints can be mixed together to create a whole variety of new shades, although I noticed right away that Cloud was a bit watery in texture, unlike the others.
Sleek Makeup can be purchased through their online shop, or at Superdrug pharmacies in the UK.