Usual packaging of cardboard box over with black case. shadows are protected by clear plastic with shadow's names printed on that. Each palette comes with a double ended foam applicator.
These mattes are intense, pigmented and go on beautifully, bar the white shade..which isn't as pigmented.
As with all new I Divine palettes, Sleek have given the colours names, which makes describing the palette alot easier (aswell as future lotds).
Ink - royal blue / Highness - indigo purple / Noir - black / Dune - sand / Pillow Talk - white
Thunder - mid warm grey / Maple - brick red brown / Flesh - tan / Paper Bag - chocolate brown / Villian - violet purple / Fern- dark green
Cricket - grass green / Bolt - sky blue / Strike - orange / Floss - pastel pink / Crete - pale cool grey / Pow! - off white.
Again very intense, buttery colours that go on really easily apart from Pow! which isnt as pigmented and slightly chalky. There are two other issues - These shades can stain if not worn over a base and also Pucker and Pout are the same pink! I tried these two pinks under different bases to see if i could spot a difference and no, they are both fuchsia pink, same tones, same depth. Would have been better to have had a bright red instead.
Pros - Cheap matte shadows with variety of colours. Good payoff and mostly pigmented.
Cons - White shades are chalky and less pigmented. Two pink shades the same
These palettes are priced at £7.00 each and from what i can tell on the website are on the permanent range.