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Sleek Blush By 3- Lace review and swatches

10 October 2013

I wanted to try a few new blushes and thought it would be a good idea to grab one of the Skleek blush by 3 pallets so that I had a few to try out. I chose the Lace pallet as I thought the colours were the most 'me' these pallets are priced at £9.99 and you can get them in most Superdrugs and some boots! I think there great value and are a great product if you don't have much makeup as you'll have a variety of blushers to try out!


Like most Sleek packaging its really simple yet nice and easy to carry around, this pallet is really thin and light weight and has a big mirror in it which makes it great for travel with its variety of colours too! I've found the blushers to be a really good quality for their high street price too there really highly pigmented and give a really powerful colour and last for most of the day too which is great for people like me, who can't stand touching up makeup throughout the day!

From L-R Crochet, Guipure, Chantilly

The pallet consists of a bright orange coral shade (Crochet) which sadly is slight too bright for me and looks silly against my pale skin tone. Guipure is a light pink with a golden shimmer over the top, which at a first glance I thought was just the same as 'Rose Gold' which I reviewed a while back but Guipure is actually much lighter and gives you a natural glow as the shimmer isn't too much! Last but not least is Chantilly a bright pink colour which if you use the right amount gives you the most beautiful rosy cheek! 

Other than Crochet I love the pallet and i'm really happy with it, and I think i'm going to get myself another one!As I said above the blushes are really pigmented and sometimes I find they do come out too bright, I tend to use them with my Real Techniques Duo Fibre brushes so you don't get as much product. 

Have you tried any of the Sleek Blush Pallets, what one do you like?


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