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30 October 2015

Sleek Face Contour Kit in Light | Review + Swatches | Sleek Face Contour Kit in Light | Review + Swatches

I've been a lover of Sleek MakeUp for a couple of years now, ever since I first discovered them online. After being a huge fan of their blushes I decided to explore a wider range of their products, this lead to me purchasing the face contour kit, a kit of which I had read many great reviews.

The Sleek Face Contour Kit comes in three different shades; light, medium and dark and like all Sleek products it is packaged in simple matte black casing with a large mirror on the inside lid, making it a perfect travel essential. | Sleek Face Contour Kit in Light | Review + Swatches

I ordered this palette online in the shade 'light' hoping it would go well with my skin tone and not have an orange undertone - something I hate in bronzers. Fortunately it arrived and after the first application I realized it was a great shade for contouring and had no orange undertone (hallelujah).

The bronzer itself is brilliant! It is a matte pressed powder, something which is hard to find nowadays, with excellent pigmentation and easily blended. The highlighter has been included in my daily makeup routine for a while now due to the natural illuminating shimmer it puts on the skin, it is definitely one of my favourite highlighters in my collection! Both products have good staying powder and usually last throughout the day when primer has been applied beforehand. | Sleek Face Contour Kit in Light | Review + Swatches

Along with this palette Sleek also provide you with a small booklet explaining how and where to contour and highlight and share some useful techniques. Overall I am very pleased with this small kit and would highly recommend it to those looking for a high street contour powder that does the job for a great reasonable price!

The Sleek Face Contour Kit is £6.49,
you can buy it here.

Keep smiling :)
Love Abbey xx

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