I got all kinds of excited and a bit hyper when I seen the new Sleek Makeup i-Divine Sparkle Palette for Holiday 2010. I haven’t tried the two palettes I already own but I can’t help but have a longing to own this little guy.
Doesn’t it look stunning?
My lovely beauty blogger from across the pond, Zara, reports that this will be at Superdrug and sold online (thank god for those of us in the US) starting November 24th for £5.99.
I wants it please?
K, thank you!
This photo was shamefully nicked from Kiss and Makeup.
With Sleek Makeup making the rounds on the Beauty Blogsphere I thought it was about time I took the plunge and reviewed some of their selections.
Sleek Makeup is available exclusively in the UK at Superdrug locations but the brand is nice enough to have a handy dandy website that ships to the US, sweet eh? Most of the raves surrounding the brand are over their eyeshadow palettes which are proclaimed as inexpensive and mad pigmented. I purchased a palette a while ago that I never used it and most recently another one when I indulged in the Sleek Makeup Pout Polish.
I thought it was about time we dove into Sleek Makeup and see what all the hype is about.
Wanna check out the Pout Polish?
Nichola Roberts launched her Dainty Doll Collection with Jelly Pong Pong about…mmm two years ago? It sold out pretty quickly. I reviewed a few items from it at the time but wasn’t particularly impressed.
However, those with extremely fair skin this is for you. Nichola created this collection with fair skin chicas in mind like herself as she grew tired of being on an endless quest to find the best and most suitable shades for her very fair skin.
After getting fed up with the selection available she quit looking and created the Dainty Doll Collection.
I’ve been praying to the Soap & Glory gods for a very long time now, pleading with them to please for the love of the Muse release a Shampoo and Conditioner.
My wishes are granted.