The Sleek i-Divine palettes are some of my most favourite palettes to have in my collection as they are really inexpensive (£8.99) but yet great quality and the size/weight of them makes it very easy for me to carry around in my makeup bag when out. I haven't browsed some of their newer palettes in a while but after de-cluttering most of my makeup last week I was in need of a new eyeshadow palette that wouldn't be too expensive but was also good quality. I noticed the All Night Long palette which I hadn't seen before and it just captured my attention.
As someone who loves neutral toned eyeshadows this palette was a perfect choice for me, it has a beautiful selection of 12 shades - there are only two matte shades and 10 shimmer shades. The matte shades are great for defining the crease and the shimmer shades add a nice touch of glamour - ideal for an evening look. My favourite shade has to be Prosecco, it's such a beautiful gold.
From L-R: Bellini, Negroni, Martini, Prosecco, Kir Royale, Mimosa, Champagne, Spritz, Mai Tai, Cosmopolitan, Daiquiri and Manhattan
The colours have a really nice creamy texture to them which makes applying them a dream. As promised the palette has quite good pigmentation although I do feel that perhaps Bellini needs a little extra pigmentation.
The colours blend very well with each other and as stated by Sleek they are long-lasting. Even after 10 hours of wearing the colours without primer they remained as vibrant as they were when I originally put them on. I can only imagine how much more vibrant they would look with a primer.
This is definitely a recommended palette for anyone especially for those who loves neutral tones or want an affordable eyeshadow palette. If you are trying to build a makeup kit I would advise you check out all the palettes Sleek has to offer - they're a great asset to your kit. I can't wait to try out some more Sleek palettes as this palette is already one of my favourites.
Have you ever tried this palette or any other Sleek palettes? I would love to know which ones are your favourites! Let me know in the comments below :)