|Left- Pretty in Paris, Meet in Madrid, Court in Cannes, Lust in LA, Romance in Rome, Propose in Prague- Right|
|Left- A Vow in Venice, Marry in Monte Carlo, Honeymoon in Hollywood, Bliss in Barcelona, Forever in Florence, Love in London.|
Sleek's Vintage Romance Palette was actually released last Autumn and went straight on my beauty wish list, but for some bizarre reason i seemed to forget to actually buy it, that is until last month and since then i have been using it non stop.
As with the other Sleek eyeshadow palettes you get twelve eyeshadows, cased inside their standard black packaging. Matte eyeshadow lovers will be disappointed as there is only one, the rest are metallic and glittery finishes.
I just couldn't pick a better selection of Autumn shades if i tried, what a great selection of neutrals and gorgeous deep purple and cranberry shades. The silver and gold are also brilliant really pigmented and i've enjoyed mixing them up with the other shades to create some interesting eye looks.
The metallic shadows are by far my favourite, they have a soft buttery texture blend beautifully and look amazing, i must say i do find Court in Cannes and Lust in LA very similar colours which is a bit disappointing, i think a more copper neutral would have fitted in perfectly. The three glittery shadows are matte with multi coloured shimmer and are also really pretty.
I have surprised myself by being so impressed with the most boring looking colour in the palette, Propose in Prague the only matte shadow is just the most perfect crease shade, its a warm toned medium brown and i've been using it to start off all my eye looks.
Pigmentation wise its a bit hit and miss, the darker colours are very pigmented some of the lighter metallic ones not so much, but to be honest it doesn't really bother me I'm so in love with the colours and i think for the price you cant really complain.
I have loved using this palette so far and i look forward to seeing what other looks i can create.
What do you think of the Sleek Vintage Romance Palette?