So I've finally gotten round to be able to do a review on these two products, after using them for quite some time now it's safe to say I am in love! 
I picked up these the last time I was up in Belfast visiting my best friend because sadly Sleek is nowhere in stores where I live.

Sleek Face Form Contour Palette in Fair 372

Contouring is kind of new to me however I did do a few make-up classes to perfect it and now really enjoy doing so. For day time I'll do it lightly and then for night build it up, and thats the perfect thing about this product as you can definitely build it up which is great. 
The high lighter in this is a shimmery champagne kind of colour and not going to lie I have a love/hate relationship with it. Dont get me wrong the colour is stunning but I'm still not sure if I like how shimmery it is when applied to the face. 
The blush, not going to lie I'm not a blush person as I have a lot of redness in my cheeks so I try to hide it rather than add more but this pinky blush is so subtle and gorgeous and again its buildable.

blush, highlighter, bronzer

Im so glad I purchased this and have really enjoyed using this and cannot wait to pick up some more products from the range.

Bronze Block in Light 100

I'm not going to lie 98% of the reason I picked this up was because the colours were so pretty together.  Again I'm so glad I picked it up though because this is absolutely amazing on! It gives such a flawless healthy glow to your skin and I love it so much. 

one application of it.

The dark brown,light browns and pinky blush are so gorgeous when mixed together and I really just can't get enough of it Again, this product is buildable so you can have it as subtle as you like or make it more dramatic.

Over all I've really enjoyed using these two products and will continue to until I run out and have to re-purchase them. These are my first 2 products from Sleek and I honestly cannot wait to go back up to Belfast and get my hands on some more of their products. 

Have you tried any Sleek products yet, what would you recommend?