You all know about the Sleek Makeup famous Blush By 3 that was a big hit in the market.
Now two new and limited edition Sleek MakeUp
Blush by 3 Palettes have landed with the Garden Of Eden i-Divine that Sleek makeup launched recently in Jan-2014.
Spring is on its way so you can see that how these blushes are inspired with this season.
First let’s come on to the packaging!
The packaging is same like Sleek Makeup other Blush By 3. It comes a
black outer box with the blush shades shown including the brand name and blush
name. You get all the details at the bottom of the package. Inside the box
you find a black sturdy and sleek case on which the Sleek makeup logo
and product name is printed. We get other details and ingredients in the
bottom of the case. After opening the case we find a wide shining
mirror with the three blushes. There is no applying brush provided with the
blushes. The first palette contains three cream blushes and the other one cream and two powder blushes.
The packaging is superb for traveling as it almost fits into the palm of my hand and is therefore small enough to travel with. The wide mirror makes the application very easy while traveling.
Sleek Makeup Blush By 3- Blush palette – Californ.I.A
Now first we have an all cream blush palette Californ.I.A which has been
inspired by the sun, sand and surf of Californian beach life. The three shades in this palette
Newport Beach – This is a slightly red tinged coral, it’s so refreshing with
a flushed look.
OC– This one is again is a coral but a lighter and more orange toned offering than Newport Beach
All three shades are so pigmented and glide on the skin very easily. They provide extreme
colour pay off. To see their intensity you can easily imagine that they will show up on all skin tones. When I first applied the blush, the cream formula does have a little slip but it does
quickly dry and settle onto the skin. They give a dewy and beautiful natural effect to your skin even oily types.
I’m also impressed by the lasting power. I applied all three blushes one by one to see their effect
and staying power too. After testing, I was amazed to observe that staying
power was stronger than my expectation because I’m not a big fan of cream blushes but these blushes are incredible, just like Sleek Makeup powder blushes. In terms of wear I typically get around
7-8 hours from this cream blush formula but it might be slightly less in humid/warm
weather. I’ll suggest a light touch of powder over the top
can prolong wear especially if you have super oily skin beauty. For me, I’m much comfortable with its creamy formula.
Sleek Makeup Blush By 3- Blush palette – Pink Lemonade
This blush palette comes with two powder blushes and one cream formulated blush inspired by a sweet English Garden Tea Party and looking at the rosy pink shades I can see how that transpires.The three shades in this palette
Icing Sugar – It’s a deep golden pink powder blush. It’s such a beautiful shade for spring and summer.
Macaroon – It’s a mid toned neutral pink cream blush. Gorgeous shade for summer.
Again all three have great pigmentation. All glide on the skin with ease. Loved how they pay color off. The cream has the exact same formula as those found in the California. The powder blushes are so silky and soft like butter.
Again I’m amazed to notice their staying power. Can you imagine that they are long lasting with around 11 sometimes twelve hours of wear on my skin? I’m sure they last around 10 to 11 hours on oily skin.
Finally, I can say that these are the best limited edition Sleek MakeUp Blush by 3 Palettes. You get every thing in these two palettes. If you keep just these two in your makeup box, you’ll not require any other blush because they’ll go with all your makeup looks and outfit. The effect I got after applying them, was just beautiful. You’ll see me with these shades again and again in my coming posts. I’ll highly recommend to all my readers to add these beauties in your blush collection. Trust me, you’ll love them.
COB RATING- 5/5
So what do you think about these new beauties? Have you used them?