Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette Flame Review Swatches Photos

Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette Flame ($ 14.99) available at Sleekmakeup.com

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The ultimate cheeky palette offering you three times the impact. Includes three complementary shades, each designed with its own distinctive finish, from rich shimmers to intense matte shades.

  • Available in six unique colour combinations designed to suit all skin tones
  • Each shade can be used alone, or layered for a unique look
  • Each palette has a versatile selection of shades to take your makeup from day to night and keep it on trend from season to season
  • Set in a mirrored compact, ideal for touch-ups throughout the day

Shade – Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette has 3 blushes named as – Molten, Bon Fire & Furnace (Left to right). Molten is a peach blush with golden micro shimmers. Its a pretty shade and can be worn during the day. Bon Fire is a brick red color and very pigmented and doesn’t have shimmers (is matte). This color would go well with deeper complexions. Third shade is Furnace which can be described as a coral blush, its my favorite from all the 3 blushes.

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Texture & Formula – Texture of all the 3 shades from Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette Flame is smooth and finely milled. Shimmers in the two blushes isn’t gritty or over powering. These blushes apply and blend easily except the matte one, its a bit hard to blend.

Pigmentation – All the 3 blushes are really pigmented. I personally prefer  Molten since the color will suit a variety of complexions and the shimmers present in the formula don’t look obvious. One has to be very careful while applying Bon Fire since its pretty dark and chances of over-application are higher.

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Staying Power – All the 3 blushes have average staying power. On me blushes from Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette Flame stay on for good 5+ hours.

I have worn Furnace HERE

Overall Thoughts

Sleek Cosmetic Blush By 3 Palette Flame is a good option for those who want a compact palette with more than one choice of blush. The compact is sturdy and the mirror inside makes is perfect for travelling. However the texture and formula of these blushes is not as great as the blush singles. I have used many Sleek Cosmetic Blushes in past and they have excelled in terms of pigmentation, ease of application & staying power. Also this particular variant wouldn’t be a good choice for girls with fair complexion.

Ratings : 3.7/5

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17 Comments

  • February 20, 2014

    Arzoo

    Very pretty palette, all the shades are awesome.
    Arzoo recently posted…Deborah Milano 5-in-1 BB Cream with SPF 20 Shade #01.-Review and Swatches

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Thanks Arzoo

  • February 20, 2014

    rachna

    the shades are gorgeous!
    rachna recently posted…Lush Tea Tree Water Review!

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Thanks Rachna,

  • February 20, 2014

    Ritu R

    I think the shades are quite tricky to work with, even though pretty… 🙂
    Ritu R recently posted…Golden green smokey eye tutorial

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Yes Bon Fire its pretty tough to work with . rest 2 are fine

  • February 20, 2014

    Dollie

    The shades look nice and pigmented. Bon Fire can be worn as a lipstick rather than a blush i feel. I find it a bit too red for the cheeks. Guess one would have to use just a teeny weeny amount of that.

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Oh Yes Dollie Bon Fire is a bit too deep for medium skintones, one should start with tiniest bit and add more if required

  • February 21, 2014

    Vipra S

    Its a beautiful palette .. Me too loved Molten as its more suitable on my skin 🙂 .. Loved the pigmentation part of these blushes – Absolute Killer !
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    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Yes these shades are pretty pigmented. I love sleek makeup purely because of the quality they provide at such an affordable price

  • February 21, 2014

    Lisha

    Furnace is so very pretty! I really want to get my hands on this one!
    Lisha recently posted…Maybelline Pink Alert Lipstick POW 2 Review & Swatches

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Sure LIsha do try, these days there are 2 more LE palettes available at sleekmakeup

  • February 21, 2014

    Manasi Nanwani

    nice palette dear 🙂
    Manasi Nanwani recently posted…The new ‘IN’ thing : Printed Scarves

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      Thanks Manasi

  • February 21, 2014

    Sharmistha Guha Chowdhury

    Omg Bonfire is such a hot shade but its such a daring color.
    i have not dared to touch red blush… 😀

    • February 21, 2014

      Shalini

      True Sharmistha Red isn’t an easy shade to work with

  • February 21, 2014

    [email protected]

    It is a lovely palette and was on my wishlist but I am surpised to know that the quality differs from singles to palettes.. 🙁