Sleek i-Divine in Arabian Nights

Sleek iDivine Arabian Nights ReviewPIN IT

You can’t beat a Sleek i-Divine palette can you? They’re always reliably well-edited with an array of shadow shades that work together to create a multitude of looks for the bargain price of £7.99 for 12 shades.  The Sleek i-Divine Arabian Nights is my favourite of the i-Divines by far.

Sleek i-Divine Arabian Nights ShadesPIN IT

Sleek Arabian Nights is a collection of sultry jewel-tones mixed with shimmering metals and a good selection of definer and highlighter shades.  All of the shades are shimmery apart from one matte shade, plus a few give a metallic finish.  This palette is like a colour-play palette for grown-ups or those who want to experiment with colour without using anything too bright or neon.

Sleek Arabian Nights ReviewPIN IT

It was instant love when I saw the Sleek i-Divine Arabian Nights palette at a Sleek event and I’m happy to report that I love it every bit as much as I anticipated I would.  You’ve got everything you need for some very easy, gentle, neutral looks as well as the deeper shades that will supply either a mild hit of colour, a bit of definition, or all-out glamour.  Consequently this is an absolutely perfect travel palette.

Sleek idivine Arabian Nights SwatchesPIN IT

I have a few favourites, most of which I’ve used in the look below.  Aladdin’s Lamp is a cool, antique gold shade that works as a base for so many looks, but it’s also a great neutral shade for a quick wash of colour.  Valley of Diamonds is so unusual; it’s a deep, plummy purple with gold flecks and it looks gorgeous on the eye.  Genie is another of those shades that flatters and fits in with all sorts of looks – it’s a bit like a deeper take on Aladdin’s Lamp.

Sleek iDivine Arabian Nights lookPIN IT

In the above look I’m wearing Aladdin’s Lamp all over the lid and under the eye with Valley of the Diamonds on the outer corners.  I used Hocus Pocus on the inner corners just to add a pop of colour and I finished with Gold Souk blended along the crease to add a bit of lift to the whole look.  If I had to complain (and you know I love to complain) then I’d say the one thing this is missing is a deep magenta shade, which would work so well with the purples and blues for creating smoky, jewel-toned eyes.  Apart from that, this palette is basically perfect; it comes with a nice big mirror, not too terrible applicators (the whole look was achieved using the sponges and finished with a blending brush) all of which is housed in a typically sturdy i-Divine case.  Total winner from me! The Sleek i-Divine Arabian Nights palette is a limited edition and available now here – link – for £7.99.  For a look at what else is new from Sleek, check out my post here.



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    July 31, 2014

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  • jas
    July 31, 2014

    Gorgeous palette, love the shades!!
    xprincessjas | xx

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