Sleek Makeup Face Form Medium Review & Swatches

Happy Spring! Can you believe that it’s March already? I’m really excited because it’s warm and sunny outside and I’m exam-free this year! YES! On the other hand, I’m still on the job hunt (because I have the worst luck ever!) and it’s giving me a permanent headache! :'( Nonetheless, what doesn’t kill me makes me stronger! 🙂

Anyways, today’s review is on Sleek Makeup Face Form Contouring and Blush Palette in medium! Sleek Makeup is possibly the most mentioned brand on my blog! You can find plenty of reviews on Sleek by following the Sleek Makeup Label. I’m a huge fan of  Sleek because it’s got the best overall balance between quality, uniqueness and affordability out of all the makeup brands I’ve tried.

Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette Medium Review and Swatches
Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette Medium Review and Swatches
Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette Medium Review and Swatches
Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette Medium Review and Swatches

Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette – Medium (£10)

This is not the first Face Form Palette I’ve reviewed as I recently featured the Light version of this palette in another blog post. You can find it here: Sleek Makeup Face Form Light Review. As you can tell from that review, Sleek Makeup Face Form is one of my favourite palettes!

This Sleek Makeup Face Form Palette in Medium is no different! It consists of three shades, all for different purposes: a bronzer, a highlighter and a blusher. The bronzer is matte, whilst the highlighter and blusher are both bright and shimmery! Note that the blusher is more like a second bronzer, but more shimmery and “orangy”.

The shades look a lot darker in real life than as shown in the photo of the palette. They’re more like the shades shown on their website. I actually prefer the Light version over the Medium version, but they’re definitely great for different purposes. The Medium version is more suited for a more defined look!

I haven’t done a look with this palette yet, but you can see a look I created using the Light version of this palette *here*. 🙂

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