Review | Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Snapshots Palette

A while back, I blogged about Sleek MakeUP's latest limited edition i-Divine palette, the Arabian Nights Smoke & Shadows. Today, I have the Snapshots i-Divine palette, which for me, with its rich, bright collection of shades is the perfect eyeshadow palette for summer.

By now, you all now how the i-Divine palettes are packaged in a carton box and how sturdy yet light-weigh the actual palettes are. The large mirror is also compulsory and so is the clear plastic film bearing the names of the eyeshadows and the dual ended sponge applicator.
The colour pay-off of the shades in this palette is exceptional especially the frosty shades. The matte shades seem to be less pigmented and the lighter ones are in fact not as pigmented as I would have liked them to be, but nothing a good primer base can't fix. Lasting power is also very good for both finishes (the frosted shades have proved to be equally long wearing even without a primer). 

Now, let's get to the fun part and have a closer look at the shades in the Snapshots palette:

Summer Breeze ~ light minty-green with a matte finish

Martini ~ frosty nude beige

Sand Walker ~ medium matte beige

Washed Ashore ~ orange based beige with a matte finish

Kiwi Flower ~ a super pigmented kiwi green with a frosty finish

Lotus Flower ~ another richly pigmented frost eyeshadow, in a dark lilac colour

Sunset ~ deep rust with red undertones and a frosty/shimmery finish

Green Iguana ~ blue-based green with excellent pigmentation and a shimmery finish

Humming Bird ~ shimmering teal with gold frost throughout
Tequila Sunrise ~ burnt orange with a frosty finish
Purple Haze ~ matte deep purple
Magenta Madness ~ matte magenta
I would really recommend this palette to anyone who isn't afraid of playing with colour on their eyes 
and at €9.99 it makes a lovely gift too! Get yours now on the Sleek MakeUP website!

1 comment on "Review | Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Snapshots Palette"
  1. These are super vibrant colors! I love playing up my eyes for that extra pop of fun.
    Have you tried any palettes by BA*STAR? I tried one and blogged about it here:
    If you love bright colors, you'd love that palette, too!