Sleek Makeup’s Celestial i-Divine Palette

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  • Manufacturer: Sleek Makeup
  • Availability: released in October 2013; limited edition. Available at webstore, UK midrange and stores (Superdrug et al)
  • Contains: 12 eye colors
  • Cost/Amount: USD$10.00
  • Would you purchase again: yes
Sleek Makeup’s Celestial i-Divine Palette

A mixture of textures, a wide color range, but most of the palette is fairly rich, and in the medium-to-deep range. They all look like they could have been taken from any of the high-resolution false-color images sent back to Earth by the Hubble Telescope.

Released in early November 2013, this palette is still available for purchase as of January 2014. It is limited edition, though, so if you’re interested in picking one up you might want to place your order soon!

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This kit contained:

Upper Row

  • Solar — medium-deep raspberry sparkle
  • Astral Blue — rich violet-blue sparkle
  • Aurora — medium emerald sparkle
  • Galactic — metallic white shimmer
  • Earth Shine — navy-teal sparkle
  • Dark Matter — black sparkle

Lower Row

  • Stargaze — metallic lavender shimmer
  • Saturn's Ring — metallic blue-violet shimmer
  • Meteoric — cool red matte
  • Terrestrial — soft light green matte
  • Lunar — metallic soft grey shimmer
  • Eclipse — duotone brown-green shimmer

Geektastic tip of the day: the "earth shine" that's visible from space, comes from the sunlight reflecting back from the surface of the planet. The technical name is "albedo". Moonlight is also an albedo, since - unlike the sun - the moon is not a star, and does not generate its own light.

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