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Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Palette is an eye palette that retails for $12.99 and contains 0.36 oz. ($36.08 per ounce). There are 6 variations in our database, which you can select from in the View a Variation dropdown menu below or jump to these sections: Review, or Description.
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Sleek MakeUP’s legendary i-Divine palettes are 12 shades of super-pigmented, longlasting, mineral based eyeshadow, designed to suit all. Each i-Divine contains pearlescent shades, which contain mica particles that highlight and illuminate giving an overal radiant effect.Available in a variety of colour ways, your i-Divine is waiting for you.
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Based on 3 Reviews, 18 Quick Reviews
The Good: Easy To Apply (11), Great Value (11), Versatile (11), Long-wearing (10), Travel-friendly (9), Easy-to-Use (8), Great Gift (7), Buttery (4), Easy To Use (3), Creamy (2)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (10), Buildable (8)
The Bad: Powdery (8), Fall Out (4), Dry (2), Hard To Apply (1)
By Jessie 1 year ago.
The colors are not true to pan but they're all very well curated and have a soft, pigmented formula. Blends very easily and the dark blues don't get muddy even if you layer them over the warm brown in this palette (or any other one, I use this with Sweet Peach all the time), which is hard to find in a blue eyeshadow.The only significant con here would be that the glitter pieces and powdery shadow get everywhere and stain pretty hard, so either do your eyes before your face or have cold cream/makeup wipes on hand. Not a dealbreaker for me so it still gets five stars.
By Lubna 2 years ago.
This is the palette that started it all for me! I fell down the rabbit hole of makeup madness the moment I saw it and swatched it in a tiny shop in New Zealand. The shades are so pigmented, soft, buttery, it’s definitely one of the best palettes out there. I’m also impressed that Sleek had this out long before the red, orange and yellow “sunset” eyeshadow trend started, and I think it definitely rivals the most expensive palettes out there. I definitely recommend it to anyone who likes warm tones metallic eyeshadows. The price is also great. You’ll need some matte shadows to go with it, though, because it’s almost all shimmer. I also find the matte black to be a waste of space.
By Sara 3 years ago.
I have very sensitive eyes and wear contact lenses for hours and I never had any problems with the I-Divine palettes. I always wear Urban Decay Primer Potion under any eyeshadow and the Sleek ones (both from Garden of Eden and Vintage Romance) last all day long without creasing. There is a bit of fallout when you apply them, but it does not bother me much because I always do the face only after the eyes.
As for Garden of Eden, the shimmery violets, the dark matte brown and green and the shimmery greens (Eve's Kiss, Paradise on Earth, Python, Fiona, Tree of Life, Fig, Evergreen and Fauna) are among my favourite shadows ever, but I am disappointed with Gates of Eden, Entwined, Forbidden and Adam's Apple. You can create an amazing violet/taupe look using only this palette, but for the greens I needed to look elsewhere for a inner lid color.
Anyway, I would absolutely suggest getting this palette because as I said 7 colors out of 12 are gorgeous, pigmented, blendable and long-lasting, the packaging is pretty and practical and the price is great.
As for Vintage Romance, I only bought it because it was cheap and I was really impressed with the Garden of Eden palette. Also, I needed some fuchsia/purple/violet shades and I liked a lot the ones in this palette (A Vow in Venice, Marry in Monte Carlo, Honeymoon in Hollywood, Bliss in Barcelona and Forever in Florence): the fallout is minimal, the pigmentation is amazing and lasts all day with primer. Even so, I had to look elsewhere for a lighter color for the inner lid: I ended up choosing In the Spotlight from MUG, a super shimmery pink champagne.
The problem with this palette is that the pigmentation of the other seven shades, with the possible exception of Love in London, is disappointing, so I suggest you buy this palette only if you need some nice bright fuchsia/violet shades.