Sukin Press Breakfast

Hey guys, I was invited to the press breakfast event of Sukin, Australia’s number natural skin care brand! I will tell guys about the event and let you know where you can purchase some of their products. If you have been searching for natural skin care that is very affordable look no further! For all natural skin care products, I was very surprised about the price point but anyway I will tell you all about that below!


The event was at Whole Foods (One of the stockists) at Piccadilly Circus (Yes, I was around the area the day before for the Curly hair event. Actually the Grace bar is on the parallel street lol). All the collections were on display as well as some testers. They have a few collections, so let’s go through them:

Super Greens collection, I think this is not available in the UK yet, it will be available in October or November.  This collection is enriched with Kale, Spirulina, Chlorella and Parsley, Aloe Vera, Sesame Seed Oil, Rose Hip Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa & Shea Butter among other great ingredients. Products in this collection are

  1. Super greens Nutrient rich facial moisturizer
  2. Super greens facial recovery serum
  3. Super greens detoxifying facial scrub
  4. Super greens detoxifying clay masque


Sensitive collection,  perfect for sensitive skin or skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis etc. Formulated with Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Rose Hip Oil, Sesame Seed Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil. Full products in this collection are:

  1. Sensitive Facial moisturizer
  2. Sensitive cleansing gel
  3. Sensitive cleansing lotion
  4. Sensitive calming night cream
  5. Sensitive soap free body wash
  6. Sensitive soothing body lotion

Rose hip oil collection., formulated of course with rose hip oil. Products in this range

  1. Certified organic rose hip oil
  2. Rose hip hydrating day cream


Classic collection, formulated with Aloe Vera, Sesame Seed Oil, Rose Hip Oil, Avocado Oil, Wheat Germ. Full collection list

  1. Facial moisturizer
  2. Antioxidant eye serum
  3. Moisture restoring night cream
  4. Nourishing lip treatment
  5. Cream cleanser
  6. Micellar cleansing water (I need to try this!)
  7. Foaming facial cleanser
  8. Hydrating mist toner
  9. Revitalizing facial scrub
  10. Purifying facial masque


Purely ageless collection, formulated with argan oil, acai and goji berry extract. Collection includes

  1. Purely ageless hydration booster
  2. Purely ageless intensive firming serum
  3. Purely ageless replenishing night cream


That’s an extensive list! And this is just their skincare range.

They also have a body care range. Their new lime and coconut range smells amazing! Some products in this range

  1. Aloe vera gel
  2. Natural deodorant
  3. Body wash


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lime and coconut smells so good!


They also do a hair care range and body care range. For the full product list for this range, please visit their website, I will provide links at the end.

At the event, each of the collections was explained to me. I also got to test out some of the products; at the end I had no space on my hands for more lol. They also gave out free hand massages with their hand and nail cream on the day (nice way to start your morning). They had breakfast smoothie shots and pots inspired by the range too (Which I thought so cool lol).






I learnt so much on the day form talking an interacting with people. At the end we were given goodies bags and mine contained.

Rosehip day cream, their best seller body lotion and face moisturiser from thier classic collection and a very cool looking usb stick
Rosehip day cream, their best seller
Body lotion and face moisturiser from their classic collection and a very cool looking usb stick


Here in the UK you can purchase Sukin from Whole foods, Ocado, Holland and Barrett, as nature intended to name a few (The ones I remember off top my head). You can also get them online from  For the full stockist list, check out their website >

For more information on any of the products and full ingredient list, visit their official website>

The price range is fantastic, many of their products under £10! I think a lot of people including myself want to try natural products however the price point is not budget friendly. This is really good and I can afford this too, they have trial sizes if you would like to try them before investing in a full sized product.

That’s all folks; let me know if you give this a try. Australia’s number 1 skin care brand is now available in their UK! If it’s great for the land down under it will be great here too! Let me know your thoughts, I’m off to buy that micellar water! I will bring you reviews on the products I received,

With love


The Re-Discovery: African Black Soap

I love how we are re-discovering certain things the older generations used to use back in the day. While the use of natural products for skin and hair e.g. shea butter maybe new to us and we are only now discovering its benefits, the older generation are well versed in this area. I remember growing up in Ghana and the older ladies talking about how they use nkuto (shea butter) for everything: cracked heels, chapped lips, burns, relationship issues (lool) etc. I remember sitting there thinking why would anyone ever use that when you have *insert fancy brand product here* available to use. Fast forward 20 years later, and I can’t live without my shea butter mix. Infact the number of ladies who are now using shea butter as some form of cosmetic solution whether hair or skin have doubled in the last years. The number of stores/entrepreneurs who now stock and sell African shea butter have increased too.

Myself and other beautiful people out there are also re-discovering the great benefits of shea butter among other natural product and have now fully incorporated them in our hair/skin regimes. In this post, we will discover or should I say re-discover the great properties of African black soap, because I feel by now everyone and their sister’s best friend’s ex-boyfriend’s side chick knows about shea butter and its uses LOL. So I want to talk about the amazing benefits of African black soap and why you should think about incorporating in your regime.

Black soap from SheaButter Cottage!

African black soap aka alata samina is not new to me. My aunties back in Ghana used to use this religiously and now I do too. But why now? What’s so special about it? Let’s find out. Black soap is made from plantain skin, cocoa pod powder, honey, and Shea butter and/or virgin coconut oil. There are a lot of variations however each country/ tribe has its own secret recipe. Each ingredient has been carefully selected for its skin nourishing properties, let’s take a look at some of them individually:

Plantain skin- this is very rich in iron and vitamins A and E. Vitamin E is known for healing and helping to improve the skin’s texture and tone whilst vitamin A boots collagen production to help firm the skin. Plantain leaves contain allantoin which help stimulate new skin cells

Cocoa powder- softens skin. Rich in antioxidants that help protect against free radicals.

We all know shea butter, honey and coconut oil are known for their great moisturising properties.

Black soap also contains palm kernel oil which has anti-bacterial properties and palm oil- very useful in the treatment of acne and eczema

Great ingredients = great results. This is literally the only soap I use now for my skin. Since I started using black soap, I literally have no need for my face washes and masks but the product junkie in me still uses them, sparingly anyway LOL.. I have a lot of dark spots from acne/ chicken pox and a very active childhood lol which really bother me and hyperpigmentation. Using black soap has greatly improved my skin! My skin tone/complexion looks much better (I should add I drink water a lot too). I didn’t even notice this until I had a photoshoot for my friend and she sent me the pictures and I could not stop looking at my skin, I was glowing lool. This was way back in May and I had been using black soap for a month or two previously and using shea butter as my skin moisturiser but took a break, so imagine what I did next? Lool I went back to using black soap and shea butter lol and you should see me now lool. My skin tone has greatly improved and the dark marks are fading.

My pores yes PORES have dramatically reduced to almost disappeared! Like literally, of course I still have them but about 90% reduced. When I use minimal makeup, so let’s say just powder and concealer and I’m feeling real lazy, I use black soap to wash my face and it removes my makeup. Breakouts are less often too. I swear by this and it’s literally the only thing I use now. I am on a quest of just using natural products so my body moisturiser is now just a mix of shea butter, coconut oil and grapeseed oil. I have some lovely pure cocoa butter waiting for me too lol.

African black soap is an all-round great product that can be useful from head to toe. It’s a powerful cleanser yet very mild and gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin and even new born babies. Now let’s talk the suds of the soap! If you love your bubbles you will love this lol, it creates lots of dark brown suds (Yes dark brown) with little product. A lot goes a long way. You can get it in both solid and liquid form but I always just make liquid form myself. This is so easy: just grate some soap and add some hot water, the more or less water you use will determine how soapy it is. I add lemon juice as it naturally helps to fade dark spots.

Verdict: as people are becoming more health conscious, they are looking for more natural and cost effective products. African black soap is very cost effective too and will last very long. I usually get mine straight from the motherland Ghana. You know when your relatives or friends are going to Ghana and you give them a list of things to bring you lol, mine is always the same: shea butter, black soap, pebbles (Ghanaian version of M and M’s) and chocomilo (Chocolate cubes) and kingsbite chocolate lol (So if you’re going to Ghana soon or you’re in Ghana and coming back or you’re in Ghana and you feel like sending me stuff looool).

Here in the UK you can get some from the BSS, I can’t comment on its authenticity but I recommend you get it from either:

Shea butter cottage- I recently purchased some from there. She also has a variety of black soaps with different recipes. Link to the website>

You can also get some from Mon Shea shea butter >> . I am currently using their shea oil and shea soap and I love it! You can check out the full review here >>

That’s all folks. Have you heard of black soap and what are your thoughts on it? If you already use it, how is that going for you? Hate it or love it?

P.S – you can also use it in or hair. If you want to try it in your hair but you’re not fully convinced, Shea moisture has a line with African black soap you can try. And been that I am very lovely lol, I have a post with the full collection and reviews AND where you can purchase in the UK. You can view it here>>

I have event covers coming up next! Stay tuned

Until next time




July Monthly Products

Hey family, how you doing *Wendy voice* this is the 3rd post in my monthly products series. I was blessed this month with 90% of the products. I was given them to review. These are now up and if you would like to check them out please click the corresponding links

Cantu for natural hair >
Curl harmony >
NuNaat >
Nailbox (for the nail polish n tool) >



The makeup forever step 1 mattifying primer-£13 pounds from Debenhams. This is the 15ml size, it also comes in 30ml for £23 pounds I think. I read some good reviews for this and I really wanted to try it out: hence the smaller size. I will let you guys know how it performs.



Montague jeunesse runny honey mask – this was 90p from Primark. I have used this now and you can check it out by clicking here >


I also got some goodies from SheaButterCottage! I love this store so much and I have been stalking it for quite some time now lol. I got African black soap, pure cocoa butter which smells so good btw and bentonite clay. I prefer this over rhassoul clay even though they say rhassoul is better. I got a bigger packet to last longer.  I will have some recipes up for the cocoa butter once I gather all my ingredients and play around with them.

Anyway I have tried both clays from SheaButter cottage and reviews for them are on here if you wanted to check them out.

Bentonite clay >

Rhassoul clay>

That’s all folks. Products I have bought/ been given this month. Let me know if you have used any of these.

Watch out for next month’s edition. Also I have something very different for you guys, not hair or beauty related! Like a mini vlog? Well what do we call it if it’s written? Blog? Lool for you. I also have a Nailbox swatches post for you guys coming up!

Until then, I hope u guys had a fab month and looking forward to August. I am! Can u we are more than half way through the year?

Until next time


Want to know all about curly hair and how to maintain your tresses with the right products? The essential guide from Curl Harmony is the one for you! click on the image for more information!



Montagne Jeunesse Face Mask

Hey beaus

So carrying on from my current skincare favs, this post will about the Montagne runny honey mask I told y’all I was eager to try. I finally did and I’m going to tell you all about it! Warning: graphic pictures lol. I tried the manuka honey and vanilla flavour? Scent? Version? I don’t know lol but that’s the one I used. And it worked! I was a bit sceptical on how peel off masks work and if they actually form a film you can peel off. But it worked lol. This smells so good too. I was a expecting a white thick cream consistency but boy was I wrong. It actually looked and smelt like honey! (Duuh Sarah lol) try to not eat it haha


lool, i look like an alien. sleep derivation smh. see how i store my earring using cardboard and a hanger? DIY projects coming soon!
can you see the peelation taking place!!!! I’m a believer!! LOL


So it worked. And I got to peel off my face lol. I don’t actually know if I benefited from it though as in softness, glow etc but I guess a second application will do the trick.

That’s all folks lol. Now I am a firm believer in peel off masks at least this one from this brand. If you are a sceptic like me and you really want to give peel off masks a go, try this one it won’t let you down. You can get them from Superdrug, Boots, Primark and some supermarkets I think


Until next time


Hey peeps! Let’s take several steps back from hair care for now, I promise we will get back to it soon! Let’s talk skincare: for those of us that were blessed with other things other than acne/hyperpigmentation/scarring free skin lol, we have to work extra hard in order to keep our skin in tip top condition. But we don’t mind right? Because everyone is beautiful, acne or not and we ae product junkies so it’s cool lol.

So I’m here to share my current and very simple skincare products. I don’t use much because I try to not put too much harsh chemicals on my face (so as not aggravate it lol) and to just let it breathe and do its thang lol. Two of the products I use I could not get a picture of because I need a refill lol.

Let’s get started

So the number one and most important product ever for the skin is water! Drink as much water as possible and reduce your intake of juice/soda etc. I was very sceptical of this but I did a mini experiment to find out if it works or not. Basically when I started taking hairfinity, I knew I had to up my water intake because I found a lot of people were breaking out from it if they didn’t drink enough water. So for 3 months I cut down on any drink that wasn’t water lol and drank 2 litres of water a day! Lol. I mean once in a while I drank juice etc but I always compensated by drinking double the amount of water of whatever I drank LOOOL. Anyway after 6 weeks or so I really began to see a difference in my skin and less to no breakouts! So I really do recommend drinking water and a lot of it. Invest in a 1litre bottle for starters, there are plenty of cute bottles you could get if that’s your main problem 😉


Let’s get to the picture, starting from left to right

The body shop vitamin E face mist, I love this for setting my makeup and for adding moisture. I use it alone on days where I am rushing to work and I know I didn’t moisture my face properly. Quick spritz and I know my face will not be dry. It sort of leaves a dewy finish (if you like that) and smells nice (don’t worry the smell doesn’t linger.) It does a great job of setting makeup and is a great alternative to Mac Fix plus. You can purchase this in any body shop store and its £8.

I know you can’t see this properly but the next products are

Vitamin E facial oil (Small bottle by the Avon care bottle). I used to mix this with my face moisturiser in the winter months. It’s not too greasy and I really like it. Nowadays I use it for a mask (mixed with coconut oil) and leave on for about 3-5 minutes before I scrub my face or wash it. I only do this once a week or whenever I remember.  I can’t say if I have noticed a huge difference yet, I only started this last week but it does eliminate the need of adding my moisturiser after I wash my face. I forgot the price but you can get it from Superdrug

Vitamin E SPF 15 daily moisturiser. I love this because it has SPF in it. I am starting to be very particular about this so I was happy to find this and a very low price. It’s a great starting moisturiser if you want something light and a low SPF on a budget. It’s also from Superdrug

Vitamin E leave on mask. To me this is a light moisturiser because it’s like a serum/gel formula and you’re supposed to leave it on and not wash it off. It works and leave my skin moisturised so I am not complaining lol. I use this when my face starts to play up lol and needs some attention. I apply overnight. Also from Superdrug

Pure face wipes I use this for travelling. Small and handy. Johnson’s baby wipes, I used to use this for my makeup before I fell in love with micellar cleansing water lol. I really like my simple one but I use the baby wipes on days where I just use powder on my face.

Avon Care 3 in 1: toner, cleanser and moisturiser. So when I am really lazy and can’t be asked to cleanse and use my toner then follow up with a moisturiser I use this bad boy and boom, 3 birds, 1 stone. It does a great job at the first two but its moisturising properties are very little to almost none. I mean my face is soft and I use a little bit of cream afterwards just in case.

Masks- Montagne Jeunesse runny honey and vanilla peel off mask. I have been wanting to try a peel off mask for a while now. My girl recommended this one to me as she uses it and likes it. It was only 90p from Primark so I thought why not? I have used this and I will be posting about it shortly. Sugar and spice self-heating mask. I got this from Superdrug but I haven’t used it yet. I am planning on using it in the next few days and let you guys know about it

Avon blemish clearing 3 in 1 wash, scrub and mask. I LOVE this. I used it when my face is really playing up and needs some ‘heavy’ duty cleansing. It contains alpha hydroxy acid which is quite strong so I am careful not to use this daily or often. And always always apply SPF after use. It actually says on it to try and limit sun exposure afterwards for about a week. It does a great job and after using I always see a difference in my pores and spots. I highly recommend. I love it so much I have two because I was living in Spain for a while I didn’t take it along so I bought another one whilst I was there lol

Clearasil 2 in 1 anti-blemish wash and mask. This is a ‘lighter’ version of the Avon product and is suitable for daily use. It’s supposed to help reduce marks left from spots but I haven’t noticed a visible difference in them. I like it though to use more often, I keep this in the shower with me for that.

Garnier moisturiser. I got this about two years ago when they released the coloured line of moisturisers targeting different needs. Remember? I don’t like this. I think the orange one is for dry skin, but I found I would apply it and my face would seem ‘wet’ then it will dry off and not leave it moisturised. I love Garnier products so I was a bit disappointed with this one.



Two things I also swear by

My African black soap- I will be doing a whole post about this! But in short- AMAZING

And a mild lemon solution, like a salad dressing lol as a toner- it works!

Share with me your fav skincare products! And what’s your go to product for tackling problems before a big day? Let me know

Until next time








Hey family! Welcome back to my blog. So this post is for my nail polish lovers! If you crave the latest nail polish and hottest colours and you live in the UK (I think this service is available in the US, I’m not sure) then stay tuned!

So the lovely people at Nailbox sent my 1st nail box yesterday! Nailbox is a monthly subscription service that sends you a box with 3 or 4 of the latest nail colours and 1 or 2 nail tools from the most recognisable brands in the nail industry ( I’m sure you like your Essie’s, OPI’s and China glazes right?!).

Look at April’s issue of Nailbox!!!!!!


I received June’s Nailbox and look at what I got!


My very first Essie nail polish! Value- £8.99 (Everyone knows this brand, they are really good but I can’t justify spending 9 pounds on nail polish! So if you are like me, then of course you know what to do… don’t worry I will tell you where to sign up later! Lol)

Tanya Burr. Value £5.99

Nails INC gel effect value £15.00!! (I just had to add the exclamation for extra effect! my very first gel nail polish, can’t wait to try this out)

Seche Vite £9.00 (I heard this does wonders! From a close friend too)

Elegant touch cuticle nipper. Value £4.09

Total- £43.07! I checked the prices using Boots, Superdrug and Debenhams

Fancy paying A WHOLE LOT LESS? Stay tuned!

Nailbox offers 4 different payment plans to suit your needs. They all contain 5 nail polishes and free Royal Mail 48 tracked delivery! Boxes are sent out on or around the 21st of each month. I am not sure when the payment will be taken out of your account.

Payment plans

A month to month plan will cost just £15 which will be charged monthly

3 month prepay plan, £14.50 per month. £43.50 will be charged every 3 months

6 month prepay plan, £14.00 per month, £84.00 will be charged every 6 months

12 month prepay plan, £13.50 per month, £162 will be charged every 12 months

You can see whatever plan you choose; it will never be more than the Nail INC nail polish! This is very good value for money!

Sounds great Sarah, where do I sign up?

You can subscribe via their website >>  (Thank you so much Sarah!!! Lol)

I will bring up updates once I use the polish and let you know how they work. For swatches or anything else, make sure you follow me on my social media, all the links will be under the social tab!

That’s all from me folks, I hope you guys are enjoying your summer so far.

Until next time







Hey guys, happy new month! (Can you believe 2015 is just 4 months away?!) Anyway hope everyone is doing well and preparing for back to school. I hope all your summer plans were successful and was a nice welcomed break!

So today’s post is something a bit different. It’s a collection with lip swatches of my mac lipsticks! I hope it helps someone trying to find suitable shades for their skin. ( I also made a video you guys for YouTube, bear with me whilst I laugh at myself and edit it hopefully I can edit this post later to include it)

But I decided to do this because there isn’t many lip swatches on YouTube for WOC especially. And sometimes the swatches on the hand do not do the colour justice. Also I found that most people combine the lipsticks with lip liners/other lipsticks whereby interrupting the true colour of the lipsticks, so with my swatches no other colours used! Just lipstick and lips LOL. Since I am terrible at describing these colours, I got the ‘official’ description from the mac website for you! Also I have linked a few videos of some lovely ladies on YouTube whose lip swatches helped me pick some of my colours. Check them out they are very useful.

If you are interested in the acrylic lipstick holder ( I’m sure by  now everyone has heard of them) I got mine from eBay for about 2 pounds I think but I just found really good ones and bigger too on amazon.   click on the picture. it will take you straight there. They are perfect for people who like to display their makeup.

Ok guys this post may be a long one. Sit back and relax. And whilst you are here check out my eBay store. (

Let me apologise in advance some of these pictures don’t show the true colour because of  the lighting. Sorry guys.

Ruby woo- vivid blue red. Very matte

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All fired up- bright fuschia matte. ( retro matte)


all fired up. looks similar to ruby woo
all fired up. looks similar to ruby woo

Flat out fabulous- bright plum matte ( retro matte)

rho virgin hair. kenya moore inspired colour. check out the posts on these!
rho virgin hair. kenya moore inspired colour. check out the posts on these!

Heroine- bright purple. Matte finish.


sleek exxagrate dupe for this
sleek exxagrate dupe for this

Pink nouveau- bright pink. Satin finish

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Viva glam 2- muted pink-beige with shimmer satin finish


i promise you i dont walk out of the house like this! this shade is a bit light for me so i always mix it with a darker nude
i promise you i dont walk out of the house like this! this shade is a bit light for me so i always mix it with a darker nude

Vegas volt- full power coral. Amplified creme

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Up the amp- lavender violet. Amplified crème


my fav.
my fav.

Half and half- creamy pink amplified creme


also mix this one with a darker nude
also mix this one with a darker nude

Alright folks thats all! I do apologise for the lighting. But these videos do the shades justice.

Follow me on twitter and I will let you know of any sales or offers going on with online shops and more! @slimtings1

stay blessed xx


i really do not have any idea why my tablecloth is christmas themed! but i love it

Hey guys, I hope everyone is doing well. (Wow second post today, I’m on fire!). Anyway I have been recently contact by some ladies to do a makeup collection and as I love sleek products right now I decided to do a sleek make up collection. I don’t have a lot of their products, I recently bought some and it’s on its way in the post but that is another story I am going to tell you about now.

So if you want to try sleek products and unless it’s your only choice I do not recommend purchasing online ( from their website that is) It is a UK based company so you can walk into your local boots or Superdrug or the beauty supply stores and get yourself what you want. Why do I say this?


  1. When I was in Spain and I couldn’t get my hands on their darker shades I ordered some products online. It took a while to get to me and I thought maybe it was because of my location (however even with all the other stuff I bought online from the UK, everything took week tops). so I emailed them and they replied in their own time later saying yh its going to take a while
  2. They came out with their new foundation range- the bare all foundations which I really wanted to try. But it wasn’t available in Spain for swatches. I emailed them to recommend what shade they would suggest telling them that I was a shade deep in their BB cream. That email is yet to be replied. I am now back in the UK and have gone to superdrug and swatched them. Thank you.
  3. Recently bought a few more things online (which I wanted to include in this post) and paid for 3 days tracking. I had problems with tracking so once again I emailed them. And they said they’re courier was having problems etc. so I am yet to receive my items.

I had wanted to include those items in this post especially the powder because I havenot seen that around but I will just update the post once they are here. So I got the powder and a replacement bb cream and a blush by 3 palette in pink sprint. (If you search on YouTube you will find some swatches)

Any way moving on my collection of sleek products is not the biggest but I have got some essentials. So I have the sleek bbcream in dark, 2 blush palettes: one in sugar and the other in lace. One face contour kit in dark. And 3 lipsticks: mystic, exxagerate and amped.


  1. Bb cream (dark) – I LOVE this bb cream. I came across this when I was on the search for a bb cream that actually fits my skin tone; most of the drugstore brands fit the pale to lighter skin tones. So when I found this I was so happy. It is full coverage and I didn’t expect that from a bb cream but it’s ok. It works like a charm. It’s very breathable and buildable. And I don’t get breakouts from it. (Which is a plus) and for £8.99 you get 50ml of product. Good value for money.

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2. Face contour kit (dark) – I love the highlighter in this palette. It is so pretty. I love that they did a combo palette with the dark powder and the lighter powder for highlighting. the only problem I have with this is the power is too dusty (lol I don’t even know if this is a valid problem) for £6.99 you get 14g of product and a good sized mirror


look at that highlighter!
look at that highlighter!


3.Blush by 3 palette in LACE. The shades are crochet, guipure and Chantilly. I love this palette. Combo shades of both matt and shimmer powders. And a good sized mirror. My fav in this palette is Chantilly and I usually wear this wear a nude or neutral pink lip.

from left to right: chantilly, guipure and crochet
from left to right: chantilly, guipure and crochet


4. Blush by 3 palette in SUGAR. the shades are turbinado, muscovado and demerara. this is my fav pallete. fav shade has to be demerara. It looks so good with a fuschia pink lip or matte nude lip. (If you are thinking of getting any of these palettes which I think you already have anyway, try this pallete the shades are gorgeous especially against darker skin tones.

from left to right: demerara, muscovado and turbinado
from left to right: demerara, muscovado and turbinado (lol and me in the mirror)

All the palettes have a total of 20g of product each that’s about 6.6g per blush. Pallete are either £9.99 or £12.99 each. Not sure

5. Lipsticks- I love their lipsticks and I am looking to get more shades. It’s very affordable (1/3 of a mac lipstick) and they have a variety of shades. The only shade I do not like this exxagerate. I love the purple colour (guys this is a dupe for mac heroine) however it has shimmer in it and I HATE SHIMMER on my lips. So I will be selling that soon on eBay. ( whilst you are here perform a seller search on eBay for slimtings1 and check out my items, very good quality used clothing or makeup and accessories) I have hardly worn it. Lipsticks are £4.99 each and you get 3.5g of product.

from left to right: mystic, amped and exxagerate
from left to right: mystic, amped and exxagerate and the lip pencil


Can you guess which one is which?
Can you guess which one is which?

I love the sleek packaging. The matt black finish makes and gives the products a more expensive feel. The palettes are fairly easy to open and close. I think my favourite product from sleek is their bb cream. I am to try more of their products but we will see as time goes on. They came out with the new foundations, CC creams, a limited edition eyeshadow palette and 6 lip gloss shades. If you have any of these products, let me know how they are working for you.

all together now
all together now


Other place you can get the sleek products online is amazon, check out their range by clicking on the image >>>> 


That’s all folks; I hope you have a wonderful day, until next time… bye xx

PS- did you guess it?

the shade at the top is MAC heroine. the bottom one is SLEEK exxagerate. heroine has no shimmer i previously swatched the highlighter there thats the shimmer you can see in it.
the shade at the top is MAC heroine. the bottom one is SLEEK exxagerate. heroine has no shimmer i previously swatched the highlighter there thats the shimmer you can see in it.