Sleek Precious Metals Highlighting Palette

Sleek Precious Metals Highlighting Palette

Highlighter is such a guilty pleasure of mine. I often find myself with a cart full of highlighters and nothing else. You really do not have to talk me in to buying any highlighter and it wasn’t much different when it came to the Sleek Precious Metals Highlighting Palette. I had seen in reviewed so many times that I just had to get it!Sleek Precious Metals Palette

The packaging is so chic. It always looks so fancy in my drawer or in my hand bag.Look at those colours

Platinum, Royal Gold and Renaissance Gold are cream highlighters and Antique Bronze is a powder.Almost too perfect to use…not!Left to Right: Platinum and Royal Gold.

Platinum just scrapes in with some love from me. Its a beautiful colour, but its the big bits of glitter in it letting it down from being my fave 😦

Royal Gold looks awesome and pretty in the palette, but once on my face it just looks horrid. On me it looks like I have a face full of that glitter we used to plaster our faces with before a school disco back in the late 90s XD. I think it might be the glitter in it, its just big and silver and doesn’t blend well on to my face at all. Why??? Why you gotta betray me like this?? Left to Right: Renaissance Gold and Antique Bronze.

Renaissance Gold is what I had hoped Royal Gold could have been, smooth, beautiful, with just the right amount of shimmer and no big chunks of glitter. Its my fave out of all of them.

Antique Bronze is first equal with Renaissance Gold for my favourite from this palette. With a gorgeous bronzey look that I never thought I could pull off and no glitter.

Liquid or cream highlighters have always been a bit of a pain for me to apply, but I found a great brush to apply them with and I am never looking back. Its opened up a whole new world for me. So I was a little harsh of the first two shades in this palette, but they were so beautiful untill the glitter ruined them. I just won’t wear them and that makes me sad. Despite my dislike for two of the shades the quality of the highlighters were pretty good, they lasted all day and didn’t fade and once I got the hang of cream highlighters they went on easily on top of my foundation.

I am tempted by the other Sleek Highlighting Palettes, I am a little weary that their might be more over the top glittery ones though, so I will do more research before jumping in.

Have you tried any of the sleek Highlighting Palettes? What do you think of big glitter, glittery highlighters?

❤ Miss T


Sleek Precious Metals Highlighting Palette

– $10 GBP
– Beauty Bliss (NZ), (NZ), Sleek (INT)

11 thoughts on “Sleek Precious Metals Highlighting Palette

      1. I’m curious about the becca champagne one. I don’t like a highlighter that’s too glittery. Just something that makes my face look dewy and healthy.

      2. I have never tried the Becca highlighters. I am not fond of the glittery ones either, shimmer I don’t mind though. Hmmm have a look at The Balm Mary Lou Manizer

      3. Hey miss T! I went by the mall today and stumbled across the Balm Mary Lou Manizer and i bought it as per your suggestion. I really, really like it. It’s very pigmented and creamy and it blends really well. I’ll do a review of it soon. Thanks for the suggestion! ❤️

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