Sleek Snapshots palette review

Recently, I have been making a ton of EOTDs, all thanks to this pretty little palette. I decided I have used it enough for me to give a full review on this, a lets dive into it and see what this palette is all about!

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The packaging is very sleek, as expected from Sleek. A matte black package with the Sleek name right on the front and nothing else. I do have to say that the matte black gets really dirty very soon, so I definitely would recommend storing it in a place where you can be sure it won’t get dirty as much. It closes and opens securely and it does so with a nice click, so nothing to complain about here, except for the dirtyness, if you’re all about the neat and tidy stuff, that is.

When you open the palette, you get twelve gorgeous shades and a little film paper which almost immediately falls out of the palette. I get that every. single. time. Not a major bug or anything, but it sucks when you like keeping the film paper and it falls out every time. It also comes with a mirror, which is very pretty large for the palette size itself! It takes up the entire upper part of the palette, which I love.

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Back to the twelve shades available in this palette, we have a gorgeous array of colours, going from light matte blue to bright magenta pink! Here are the swatches without primer.

Summer Breeze, Martini, Kiwi Flower, Lotus Flower, Humming Bird, Tequila Sunrise
Summer Breeze, Martini, Kiwi Flower, Lotus Flower, Humming Bird, Tequila Sunrise
Sand Walker, Washed Ashore, Sunset, Green Iguana, Purple Haze, Magenta Madness
Sand Walker, Washed Ashore, Sunset, Green Iguana, Purple Haze, Magenta Madness20

They’re all super pigmented and bright, especially the more foily shades like Lotus Flower and Kiwi Flower! I also love how they added a brow bone / inner corner / all over lid colour like Martini, and also a transition shade called Sand Walker, which makes the eyeshadow looks you create just a little more seamless. I also love the names a lot, they’re so summery and I’m so excited to wear more of the colours in the palette and experiment with them!

Overall, I think this is a gorgeous palette with a ton of variety! This is perfect for the spring and summer, but the more icy colours and orangey colours would be awesome for fall and winter, as well, making it a super versatile palette. In the winter and autumn they would also serve as some really nice inner corner shades! For €10,- euros, I’d definitely go pick this beauty up!

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