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This month’s featured Sleek i-Divine palettes are Sleek’s Ultra Mattes v2 (Darks), and Sleek’s Arabian Nights. Both are discontinued, but while Arabian Nights was definitely LE, the Ultra Mattes were both available on the Sleek UK site until The Culling. The featured color this month is dark purple.
Since people perceive color differently, colors that are reddish-purple may look more red to some, more purple to others. Colors that appear medium-dark may look more “medium” to one and more “dark” to another. Don’t be surprised if your idea of a “darkish purple-red but more of a dark red” is someone else’s “dark purple”! This is all about using things you haven’t used in a while, not about getting a global definition of what a color is.
Some example products (all stuff I own, so…there are definitely others) include: Aromaleigh’s Drama Purple and Glittering Career, BareMinerals’ Emotion and Stardust, Beauty from the Earth’s Big Ego and Purple Iris, China Glaze’s IDK, CND’s Plum Paisley, Color Club’s Kiss My Astrology, Concrete Minerals’ Mad Hatter and Seance, Femme Fatale’s Impsy and Nightlash, Fyrinnae’s Arcane Magic: Sorceress and Shinigami, Llarowe’s Show Me Again, MAC’s Ash Violet fluidliner, Meow Cosmetics’ Drunken Relatives and Solemn Stillness, My Pretty Zombie’s New Bruise, Sally Hansen’s Malbec, Shiro Cosmetics’ A Push in the Right Direction and Majora’s Mask, Urban Decay’s Delinquent and Voodoo, Zoya’s Belinda and Suri.
Post links to your looks in the comments all month. (For this, I allow - nay, ENCOURAGE - links in comments.) List the products and techniques you used, include a tutorial or review if you’re so inclined. You can post your looks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, your own blog, Imgur, Reddit, other forums, wherever you like. Just be a good neighbor and observe the community’s posting/linking guidelines. Don’t forget the hashtags! #ShopYourStash #ColorFeatures
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