Sleek Garden of Eden Palette Review

sleek pallette

Recently my mum gave me Sleek’s Garden of Eden eyeshadow palette as a gift, and with already owning a couple Sleek palettes  and loving them, I was really excited to try this one out!

The palette features 12 spring/summer colours that really do fit the Garden of Eden name. There are both mattes and shimmers, spring greens, pinks, golds, and earthy browns/purples and look perfect for some play around and I really can’t wait to try them!

sleek swatch 2

The 4 matte shades are (from top to bottom): Tree of Life, Forbidden, Flora and Adam’s Apple. These are highly pigmented as with most of Sleek’s products, however I found a couple of them to be a bit chalky. Still really nice though!

sleek swatch

The remaining eyeshadows are shimmers and they are (from the top): Fig, Gates of Eden, Eve’s Kiss, Paradise on Earth, Evergreen and Fauna. These are all really pigmented and almost creamy. The quality in these are amazing and so beautiful!

I think this palette would be great for everyone of all eye colours as there are so many colours to use and co-ordinate. The colours are also perfect for Spring and Summer and at £7.99 for 12 shades, you really can’t get much better!

The only problem I have is opening the palette. For some reason I always find opening the I-Divine Sleek palettes quite hard! I have broken two so far. Does anyone else have this problem?

That being said, I recommend this palette to everyone looking for a fresh new Spring/Summer palette.


2 thoughts on “Sleek Garden of Eden Palette Review

  1. Great post! I got my hands on this palette too and can’t wait to play with it. 🙂

    In terms of opening Sleek palettes – I haven’t broken any of the cases yet, but I have broken quite a few nails in the past.

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