While I love my Too Faced, theBalm, UD and Sephora palettes, I keep returning to Sleek palettes frequently, for the amazing quality and range of colours and the price. My all-time favourite Sleek iDivine palette is probably Vintage Romance, which I reviewed and swatched here. The colours in this palette are so "me", if you get my drift. And, as I told you a couple of weeks ago, I now prefer eye makeup that accentuates a single eyeshadow and this is no exception.
Today's eye makeup look features the Sleek iDivine eyeshadow palette in Vintage Romance.In the inner corners and on the brow bone, I applied the lightest touch of Meet in Madrid, a light gold shimmer. This was just to lighten up the inner eye area. I then applied Pretty In Paris, a silvery shimmer, as a base colour on the inner one-thirds of the lids - you can see that this gave the main eyeshadow a mild gradient effect. For the lid, I went with a light hand of Marry in Monte Carlo. This is a berry-pink eyeshadow which is just the right medium shade for the eyelids. I blended this out on the outer crease as well - so that I could stick to the single-eyeshadow look I patronise these days.
A light dash of Bourjois Erasable Eyeliner on the upper lid, Lancome Khol Crayon on the lower lid and Le Volume de Chanel Mascara on the upper lashes, and this look was done. Oh, and I used Kat von D High Voltage Eye Primer. Please ignore the scar on the bridge of my nose, which involved some kid trying to sharpen a pencil in the kindergarten.
This is my submission to the Smoky Eye Friday link-up hosted by Leticia of Cosmetics Aficionado.