Sleek MakeUp i-Quad Eyeshadow & Eyeliner Palettes, Swatches & Review

The Sleek MakeUp i-Quad Eyeshadow & Eyeliner palettes are designed to accentuate, illuminate, define and line the eyes with 3 eyeshadows & a gel eyeliner.


Sleek Makeup has something new on the horizon, i-Quad Eyeshadow & Eyeliner palettes, designed to accentuate, illuminate, define and line the eyes. Each compact sized palette includes three eyeshadows and a gel eyeliner in complimentary shades with a range of finishes from soft mattes to luxe shimmers. The intense colors blend together to create eye looks for any mood or occasion, from day to night. There are three palettes to choose from, one of which is limited edition and each includes two applicators making it easy to apply on the go.




Moroccan Myrrh

A neutral toned palette with nude, beige, taupe and chocolate brown


Asilah, Sahara Dune, Arabia, Medina


Medusa’s Kiss

A sultry combination of icy, metallic silver and smokey black


Poseiden, Athena, Pegasus, Serpentine


Midnight Blues (Limited Edition)

A midnight inspired palette with classic blues, gunmetal grey and navy


Dream a Little, Deep Sky, Smoke Lightning, High Octave

The eyeshadows are extremely pigmented and smooth and the gel eyeliner is very rich and creamy. Midnight Blues is hands down my fave! Sleek MakeUp suggests  that the lightest eyeshadow shade can be applied as a base for an everyday look, while the medium and darkest shades be layered and blended along the crease to create definition. The gel eyeliner can be applied across the lash line to intensify the look. These little palettes are amazing for travel or to throw in your purse. I hope Sleek decides to release some more shade choices.

Launching March 25th on

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3 Responses

  1. I’m honestly deeply disappointed about the I-Quads. As an owner of 30 I-Divine palettes, the quality of these little ones came as a face-palm for me. The compact eyeshadows they just dissappear when I blend them and the cream ones, they transfer as hell. Until I saw this, I thought Sleek broke the market with the perfect cream formula.
    Not cool Sleek…not cool.
    p.s. I like how clear your photos are. xXx

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