Sleeks newest Highlighting Palette 'Precious Metals' gathered a great deal of interest on my blog, so I thought I would swatch it, so that you lot can gape at it even more. This is a stunning palette, with some absolutely beautiful highlighters for the skin. Prepare to be mesmerised.
This palette has four different highlighting shades; three of which are cream based and one which is powder. Each cream highlighter applies evenly and blends into the skin very easily. All three cream based shades have a moisturising formula that sits very well on all skin types. These highlights have quite a subtle finish to them that give you a 'natural glow' but can be built up for a more dramatic look.
Platinum | This is the first of the cream highlighters within the palette. This white shade sits really nicely on top of skin. It has a subtle silvery sparkle to it that makes you want to keep applying it. Platinum is a really great highlight to grace your brow bones and inner corners with.
Royal Gold | This shade is very much a light bordering on white gold. Like Platinum, it has a rather sparkly finish. The shade manages to catch the light so beautifully its quite entrancing. Its great for those occasions where you want to dazzle people.
Renaissance Gold | This shade is very much a rose gold. Its absolutely stunning and by far my favourite of the palette. Whilst it is very similar to Royal Gold, its finish is quite different. With this shade you will find a lot less glitter and more of a fine metallic shimmer. Its ridiculously stunning across the cheek bones.
Antique Bronze | This is the darkest shade of the lot but it draws a lot of warmth to the face and to your complexion. Its the only highlighter to be powder within the palette. Whilst it looks scary in the pan, it blends out to be a really soft bronzing powder that is a great shade to give your face a bit of colour. A great alternative for those dull grey days.
LINK | Price: £9.99
*This product was send to me for review. All opinions are however my own.
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