Swatch & Review: Sleek Makeup i-Divine Ultra Matte V1 Palette

Sleek Ultra Matte V1 Palette is amazing. Pigmented easy to blend shadows for $10.

Purchase Link: $9.99

Overall Pigmentation Texture Longevity Application Packaging
8.3/10 8.5/10  9/10 8/10 8/10 8/10

Sleek Ultra Matte V1 Palette is amazing. Pigmented easy to blend shadows for $10. Sleek Ultra Matte V1 Palette is amazing. Pigmented easy to blend shadows for $10.Sleek Ultra Matte V1 Palette is amazing. Pigmented easy to blend shadows for $10.

 

(Left to right) Chill, Pout, Sugarlite, Dragon Fly, Pucker, Bammi

Sleek Ultra Matte V1 Palette is amazing. Pigmented easy to blend shadows for $10.

(Left to right) Cricket, Bolt, Strike, Floss, Crete, Powi

Overall 8.3/10

Well worth the $10. This palette is a great dupe for the UD electric palette with all matte shades that blend beautifully. I cannot stress enough how satisfied I am with my purchase. I plan once my wallet can afford it to own all of these palettes.

Pigmentation 8.5/10

This stuff is highly pigmented. The brighter/darker shades are significantly more pigmented than the pale shades like Floss and Crete but nothing horrible there either. Layering the lighter colors gives the desired result.

Texture 9/10

The texture on this is AMAZING. Especially for the price. I would say that this is comparable to Lorac’s shadows and by that I mean creamy, amazing and beautiful.

Longevity 8/10

On its own this doesn’t have crazy staying power, but over UD Primer Potion this can last¬†almost all day.

Application 8/10

If you ignore the applicator it comes with this applies very nicely. It is easy to build up the color as needed and crazy easy to blend. There is a bit of fallout and some shades are a bit crumbly (like Powi) but still very usable.

Packaging 8/10

This packaging is so so. All of their palettes look exactly the same on the outside which makes it a bit hard to find the one I am looking for. Other than that they work very well. Comes with a long double ended sponge applicator. I wish it came with a brush instead but then again I would just use my own anyways.


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