When you think of blush which brands jump into your brain. NARS probably springs to mind but Sleek to amazing quality blushes at really affordable prices and when I was last perusing my local Superdrug (am I the only person that feels weird seeing Sleek in Boots?) I picked up one of their blush by 3 sets, not because I needed it, purely because I wanted it. Such is the thinking of a beauty addict. If the beauty industry describe you as tan, dark deep this is a must have palette. I would go as far as to say the darker your skin the better with this product and I don’t say that very often.
The combination of colours and textures mean that depending on your skin tone you have a highlight, two blush shades. Named after different types of sugar this palette is both pretty to look at and pretty on the skin.
Turbinado – The peach tone. In the palette I wasn’t sure. I really wasn’t sure. When I swatched it on the back of my hand, I thought I could make it work but on the apples of my cheeks as a pop of colour much to my surprise it works, especially on no make up days. I like it as a very toned down highlighter.
Muscavado – The orgasm dupe. Well.. in fairness it is as bit deeper than orgasm but in a good way. I think that it looks better on my skin than muscavado. Perfect if you like to glow, great as a subtle inner corner highlight.
Demerara – The red/ brown shade. This is a classic shade that you will find most inclusive brands provide . A classic brown girl shade, and it is matte so you can go hard with the shimmery highlighter and blush topper if that rocks you boat or take a more muted approach. Great as an everyday and a gorgeous transition colour on the eyes
They don’t have to be used individually. They can be mixed and matched and because the colours would not be out of place in a ‘warm’ or ‘orange’ palette you can use it on the eyes so the palette becomes a face palette. Apply Demarara over a lip balm and you have a pretty lip stain too. A great multi functional palette at a great price.