Sleek Blush by 3 Lace Palette Review

When I first spotted the new Blush by 3 range from Sleek I just knew I had to have a few of the palettes. So fittingly, here is the first of 3 reviews.

Out of the 3 blush palettes I purchased Lace was the one I wanted the most. Bright and summery, it looked ideal for summer days spent lounging on the beach, and the fact that each palette features 3 complimentary blushes meant it’s perfect for stuffing in my hand luggage without taking up too much room.

Externally it’s your standard matte black sleek packaging, with the added bonus of being a damn sight easier to open than their individual blushes. Though let’s be honest, no one actually cares about the packaging right?

If unlike me you do care about the external packaging you’ll like these shots (excuse the grubby finger marks in the first pic)

Better?

Now remember how your Mum always told you it’s what’s inside that counts? Well she was right. Check out this little beauty.

This palette may look bright but trust me it’s still very wearable and the sort of palette that would look great universally.

Now this is how the blush applies unblended. It’s clear to see that Crotchet and Chantilly will need a light hand to ensure they don’t look clownish, but Guipure would be perfect as it is with just the right amount of shimmer.

And now this is how they look blended. Not scary at all huh?

If you want to get your hands on the Lace palette or any of the other palettes in the Blush by 3 range fear not, whilst they may not be available in store anymore they are most definitely available on the Sleek website here for just £9.99. Please don’t be fooled by all the ebay sellers saying this is sold out everywhere!

Have you bought any of the Blush by 3 palettes? Which is your favourite?

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2 thoughts on “Sleek Blush by 3 Lace Palette Review

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