I have mixed feelings about this palette.Truth is that i was expecting it to be better,because of all the great reviews.The pigmentation is medium/good in most of the eyeshadows,although the 2 beige colours,the white,and the deep green have very,very bad pigmentation,even with primer(actually the beige and the white doesn't even show on the skin).The rest are pretty good.Half of the colours feel quite soft and creamy,the rest feel a little dry and chalky.Most of them blend really nicely and stay on the lids for at least 5 hours with primer(i always use primer for my eyeshadows).
Here's a list of the colours and their pigmentation:
Orbit:The softest and most pigmented and intense eyeshadow of the palette.
Ink:Soft and quite pigmented.
Highness:Soft with medium to good pigmentation.
Noir:Not the softest,but with good pigmentation.
Dune:A little dry,not pigmented at all,doesn't show on the skin.
Pillow Talk:VERY chalky,not pigmented at all,it disappears and it is not builldable.
Maple:A very pretty colour,the pigmentation is ok.
Flesh:Chalky,doesn't show on the skin,not buildable at all.
Paper bag:It is an ok colour,not impressive but not bad.
Villan:Very pretty colour,quite soft and pigmented.
Fern:The worst colour of the palette.It looks absolutely stunning,but the colour when you put it on the lid is way lighter than the palette.It is also the most dry of all the palette,very,very chalky and not buildable at all.
The packaging is great,it feels heavy in your hands and it seems tha it will not break easily.Also,it looks simple,clean and expensive.
Overall I think it's very good for the price.You can't expect excellent results for the cost of 11 euros,but the quality is nice for such a cheap product.To be honest,it's not easy to find drugstore matte eyeshadows in such interesting colours and that quality,so Sleek does the job pretty well.