I’ve been lemming the Circus Palette since it’s release this past Spring, so I was ecstatic to receive it in my gift bag from Sleek.
The Sleek MakeUp i-Divine Circus Palette comes in a red case, straying away from the traditional black case as the limited edition Bohemian Palette did.
It is filled with an array of frost and matte shades that truly convey the circus theme.
The frost shades are highly pigmented, however some of the matte shades are a bit chalky, the white and lilac shades having poor color pay off. You will definitely need a white base for the white and lilac in order for the color to show good at all. I would highly suggest using NYX jumbo e/s pencil in Milk or any other white base to make the colors in this palette pop more, as well as a primer.
This palette will work well if you are going for a bright funky look but for the faint of heart who’s afraid of color, this is not for you. I do not own a lot of super bright eyeshadows, I tend to stick to a lot of neutral shades. Since I’ve been trying to experiment with color more I am glad to have received this palette.
This Sleek MakeUp i-Divine Circus palette was a Limited Edition and is no longer available.