Sleek Creme2Powder Terracotta

Sleek Terracotta

I recently treated myself to some new Sleek products. This time around I thought I would try their foundations. As my friend has started to use the Creme 2 Powder I figured I would start there. Plus Boots had a nice sale on which made my purchase even more affordable.

Sleek creme2powder Noisette

Sleek Noisette

Trying to work out your shade from online digital swatches and comparing videos and what not was a task.  I narrowed it down to about 3 shades and went into a shop to do a swatch test. I bought Terracotta which seems like a really good match almost perfect in fact. It does not have as much yellow as I am used to so I went ahead and bought one more shade called Noisette. Surprisingly this shade difference seems to make me look slightly ashy when applying. Once it oxidises its alright and in  pics I look ok and I can use powders to correct this if need be.

I have tried Sleek Powders before and have been satisfied with them. I opted for two different powders this time. The Suede Effect Powder in shade 02 and the Pressed Powder in Tropical Bronze. I have no complaints. Considering I have purchased more expensive brands these work just fine.

Sleek Suede Effect 02

Sleek Suede Effect Powder 02

Sleek blushers are worth every penny. Pomegranate is a lovely purply red, could even be described as a medium berry red. It truly embodies its namesake. I love wearing it. Antique is a bronze shade that contains silver shimmer pieces. On brown skin silver shimmer can look ashy so I have to make sure not to use a heavy hand. Overall I am happy with my purchases.

Sleek Blush Antique

Sleek Blush Antique

Sleek Blush Pomegranate

Sleek Blush Pomegranate