Sleek MakeUP have teamed up for a second time with quirky London fashion label PPQ to create two eyeshadow palettes for their Shanghri-La collection and this time added complementary matte lipglosses.
This Limited Edition set channels a 1960s glamorous Motown vibe inspired by PPQ's S/S 2013 collection. The respect iDivine eyeshadow palette offers a warm selection of shades perfect for A/W while the Supreme palette is cooler toned.
The Truly Mattely Deeply matte lipgloss in Jazz is a perfectly retro pillarbox red while Soul is a cool toned baby pink. While I can't fault the colour or pigmentation of these glosses, I'm not fully on board with the matte texture. Although they go on creamy, I found it too drying and needed to follow up with balm or gloss over the top. However, they are extremely long lasting and vibrant.
Sleek eyeshadow palettes are renowned for their excellent pigmentation, but I found the eight matte shadows a little lacking on bare skin, particularly the lighter ones. Over an eyeshadow base however they are much more vibrant and durable. The four shimmer shades are where the palette excels and O'Jays is particularly gorgeous, almost like a warmer NARS Orgasm.