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Sleek Week: Storm Palette Look

The Storm palette is probably Sleek’s most famous eye shadow palette. This is because of the great range of shades that there are, it’s perfect for neutral day looks and smoky night time looks. I’d definitely recommend checking this one out if you’re a Sleek virgin, it won’t disappoint! All of the shadows are amazingly pigmented and have a lovely buttery texture, there are also a range of shimmery and matte shades. The price is amazing too, only £6.49 for 12 mineral-based shadows, a massive mirror and a dual ended applicator. Bargain.
As far as I’m aware Sleek haven’t named the shades in the Storm palette.
My favourite shadows are the 2nd one from the left on the top row – a lovely pale shimmery champagne colour and the 4th one from the left on the bottom row – a deep silvery blue shade.
For this look I used the 3rd shade along on the top row – a matte beige colour, all over the lid as a base. Then I put the last shade on the top row – a reddish shimmery brown colour, into the crease and blended this out. I used the shade next to this – a light shimmery pink, all over the lid and blended it with the crease shade. I then took the champagney colour and patted it on top of the lid to make the look even more shimmery.
I think this look would be great for work as it’s neutral but not boring and the shimmer has a bit of a face brightening property and would make you look more awake in the mornings!
What do you think? Do you own the Sleek Storm Palette? How do you use it?

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