Sleek i-Divine Snapshots palette: review and looks

Welcome back!

So, after a considerable amount of hesitation, deliberation, procrastination, and even more hesitation, I made up my mind about….which Sleek i-Divine palette I would like to obtain. Ha! And you thought I was about to reveal what I’d like to become when I grow up.  (30 doesn’t count as a grown up yet, right?! Yes, I thought so…I am so glad we agree! :P)

I know, I know, Sleek i-Divine palettes are not exactly expensive (€9,90) so I didn’t really have to make such a fuss of the whole “which one do I want most!???”, but then again, when one is confronted with so much choice it somehow becomes more difficult to pick, instead of the other way around. Go figure!

Anyhow, I am now the proud owner of the Sleek i-Divine Snapshots palette :). Looking back at all the looks I have posted so far, it won’t come to you as a surprise that this palette is quite bright and colourful. I love colours, sue me! There were a few others I liked as well, such as the V2 ultra matte darks – a classic…A friend of mine has it, and I have played with it (Ciao Manu!!! Un bacio grande!!!).

Snapshots is a really cheerful palette and I am very satisfied with the pigmentation and overall quality of the e/s. As always with Sleek, the e/s are a bit on the powdery side, but that does not bother me. Just flick the brush to get rid of the extra product and you are good to go. I had been looking for a lilac shimmery e/s for a while, and this palette had it, so I think in the end that was the reason I got Snapshots.

I will not swatch all the e/s because many have done it already and you can easily find this info online, maybe even on the Sleek website itself (they sometimes even have swatches of all the e/s on different skin tones..very cool!). I will now proceed to show you my new looks.

The first one is called “Summer gives way to autumn”:



Full list of products used:

  • Essence I love stage e/s base
  • Sleek i-Divine Snapshots palette
  • Makeup Studio liquid eyeliner (brown)
  • Makeup Studio mascara #2 (brown)
  • Essence longlasting eyeliner #2 Hot Chocolate

The second look I named “Lilac” for I love the smell of lilac, and I got to use the lilac shimmery e/s for it:




What I used:

  • Essence I love stage e/s base
  • NYX JEP Milk
  • Sleek i-Divine Snapshots palette
  • KIKO eye pencil #103
  • Catrice Glamour Doll volume mascara

Well, that was it for now! I hope you like my interpretation of the Sleek Snapshots palette 🙂

Till next time!

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