[Review] Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

Sleek Makeup Bronze Block Dark

Sleek Makeup Bronze Block Dark

Ingredients Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

Ingredients Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

I was first introduced to Sleek Makeup last year when I came across their contour kit and their rose gold blush which was often referred to as a dupe of the famous Nars Orgasm blush. I purchased both products, fell in love with them (read about it here) and haven’t looked back.

I absolutely LOVE Sleek Makeup packaging, all their products come in sturdy matte black cases with mirrors included. I actually prefer their packaging to higher end brands like MAC, it looks so expensive and classy for a drugstore product.

The Sleek Bronze Block is available in two shades, light and dark. I picked up the dark option, which consists of four complementary shades of blush and bronzer that can be used individually or together.

Here’s what Sleek Makeup have to say about the bronze block:

Get that sun-kissed glow all year-round! This highly versatile bronzer combines four complementary shades for a swirl that gives you a natural radiant complexion.

  • The darker shades can be used alone to enhance a tan, while the lighter shades alone can naturally illuminate skin

  • The subtle shimmer particles and the beautiful pink hue add a refreshed glow to the skin

  • Long-lasting velvety smooth texture

  • Blends effortlessly on all skin tones

Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

Swatch Sleek Makeup Bronze Block

Finger swatch of the extremely pigmented shades

Sleek Makeup Bronze Block Dark Swatches

Hand swatch of the bronze block

If you’ve tried Sleek products before, you’ll know that their products are super pigmented. This product is no different, with the one swipe packing a whole punch of color. A little goes a long way with this product, I find that the best way to apply it with is with a larger brush and slowly, building on the color as necessary. It took me a few times to get the hang of how to apply it but now that I have I’m completely obsessed and in love!

The formula has a hint of has a hint of shimmer in it, however it doesn’t appear too much when applied on the skin. The Sleek website says that the pink hue can be used alone as a blush, however because of the size of the block I find it hard to apply a single product at once. This doesn’t bother me much though, I love the color achieved when swirling my brush in all four colors together.

Another thing to love about this product is the price tag, it’s $11.49 USD but even with currency conversion and shipping costs it’s a better option than a lot of the other drugstore brands available. Overall if you’re after a gorgeous sun-kissed glow or just radiant skin, this is definitely a product to consider.

Have you tried Sleek Makeup before? 

EDIT: This post has been linked to ‘The Monday Makeup Madness Party’ over at Fabulous and Fun Life. Don’t forget to head over and join in on the fun, it’s a fantastic way to discover new blogs and get your blog out there!


      1. I’ve tried one of their lipsticks; matte, pigmented and I’d say good. I didn’t know what to buy from them but I badly wanted to check them out so I got one of their gift sets so I got to try out a few different stuffs. 🙂

      1. I use my Zoeva cream cheek for the blush and my RT duo fiber contour brush for the bronzer. I have to say it is a little dark for me, so I mainly use the blush 😀 xxx

  1. Hi! Christina from @lovethatlippie and lovethatlippie.blogspot.com.au here 🙂 great review! I’ve read so many fantastic reviews of Sleek products that I’m going to have to try them soon!! The colours in this palette are very pretty indeed!

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