January 14, 2010


I created this instructional video to show women that they are not restricted to shades of gray or black when creating a smoky eye look. There is a vast rainbow of eye color shades on the market so why limit yourself? A great example of high quality but low priced eyeshadow palettes are those created by UK-based, mass market cosmetic brand Sleek MakeUP. I was lucky enough to meet Malika Joaille and Taniqua Bennett from the line earlier this year and received several products to Review. They are incredible! 

Today's Eye Makeup Tutorial features Sleek MakeUp's I-Divine eyeshadow palette in  "The Original" (see picture above). You'll definitely be seeing and hearing more about Sleek MakeUP and their products in the future. I can't wait for their website to be up and running again so all us gals in the U.S. can get our hands on their fabulous products!!!

Cinema Secrets Foundation - Kit #8

Nixie Bronze Beauty in "Key Largo Beach" - sheer gold shimmer

Sleek MakeUP -  I-Divine Eyeshadow Palette in "The Original's"   *(I used the green colored shadows in the Far Right column).
MAC - Eye Kohl Pencil in "Minted" - vibrant mint green with pearl
MAC - Eye Kohl Pencil in "Smolder" - intense black
Lancome - Définicils High Definition Mascara in "Deep Black"

C.O. Bigelow® Rose Salve

MAC #219 Pencil Brush
MAC #244 Tapered Blending Brush

Model: Shauna Blaize
Videographer: Amanda Taylor Duncan


  1. that looks great! i have that palette!! AMAZING!
    there actually cheaper than what you quoted. they are 5 pounds at the drug store...which is about $8
    crazy cheap!

  2. Thanks Styleezta for the update! I just wish they would finish updating the Sleek MakeUP website so all us lovely girls in the U.S. (and other places) could buy all their products. There are so many other things I want to try! I really am obsessed with makeup...but I don't think that's a bad thing. LOL.

    Karen (aka MakUpDiva)