Sleek i-Divine Garden of Eden Palette Review and Swatches

The newest instalment of the Sleek i-Divine eyeshadow palettes is called Garden of Eden, and rather appropriately, it comes in a snakeskin print box; Sleek i Divine Garden of Eden Palette

Sleek eyeshadow palettes are extremely good value of money, and come with a selection of 12 colours in each palette.  They are good quality too, with soft and pigmented colours (in the past, I’ve found the palettes a bit fragile because of how soft they can be).  Here’s a closer look at the palette…

Garden of Eden is a palette right up my street, with a mixture of plum-browns and greens.  I love green eyeshadows and I’ve been waiting for a green combo! 

Each palette is not too big to carry around and comes with a large mirror and firm sponge tipped applicator.

Sleek i Divine Garden of Eden Palette

The top row:

Gates of Eden – Bronzey orange, soft and pigmented

Eve’s Kiss – A medium lilac

Paradise on Earth – A metallic grey lavender

Python – A lovely rich brown metallic, my favourite of the top row

Forbidden – A chalky pale grey lilac, one of the less pigmented colours

Flora – A matte brown plum

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 Entwined – A brown with gold sparkles, the least pigmented shade in the palette

Adam’s Apple – Matte acid green

Fig – Light shimmery green

Evergreen – Shimmery light leaf green

Fauna – Pretty mid toned metallic green

Tree of Life – Deep Emerald

As you can see from the swatches, pigmentation varies in this palette, but I definitely had my favourites – Evergreen, Fauna, Tree of Life and Python in particular (used in my eye looks). The palette could perhaps do with a pale all over shade or highlighter colour.  


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I really did enjoy wearing these colours – they are unusual and quite good fun. I also found the eyeshadow stayed put well, although this could also be because of the primer I used underneath. The colours are nicely buildable.  For £7.99 it’s a bargain especially if you want to experiment with greens which I know some people are a bit wary of. 

The Garden of Eden Palette is £7.99 and you can buy it here.

*PR Sample 


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