I already did a separate post a while back reviewing and swatching 4 of Sleek's eyeshadow palettes from their permanent line so I won't ramble on too much about the quality of their eyeshadows as I found them to be essentially the same. The main difference I found was that the 'Glory I-Divine' palette was a tad less powdery and therefore had a little less fall-out compared to the ones I have previously reviewed. Possibly a change in formulation?
This palette also contains a mixture of matte and shimmers as well as a variety of colours. There are a few bright colours in this palette too which is a nice change for me as I own and wear a lot of neutral shades! I really love the rose gold colour called 'Bakerloo'. It reminds me a lot of 'Chopper' from Urban Decay's Naked 2 Palette! Most of the shadows in the palette are well pigmented with the exception of two on the top row- the first eyeshadow from the left, 'Tube', a shimmery cream-gold and the second shadow from the right, 'Platform', a matte grey. The matte grey eyeshadow hardly even shows up on my skin!
Top row of the palette:
Bottom row of the palette:
The 2012 Collection (includes eyeshadow palette, blush and pout polish) retails for $19.99 whereas the eyeshadow palette alone costs $9.99. You can find more information on www.sleekmakeup.com
If you're interested in a more in-depth review of Sleek's eyeshadow palettes, please take a read of my previous post here!
* Disclaimer: This is a non-sponsored post and I am in no way affiliated with Sleek Makeup. The product mentioned was gifted to me by Sleek Makeup for winning their twitter competition. As always my reviews are 100% my honest opinion. *