As you will know if you are a pixiwoo viewer we are big fans of Sleek palettes and their latest two palettes do not disappoint.
These palettes are a collaboration between london based fashion house PPQ and Sleek Make-up.
PPQ is a fashion house launched by Amy Molyneaux and Percy Parker.
They are responsible for such trends as the drain pipe jeans and for dressing major music artists such as Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty.
The palettes are inspired by 60's motown and both are filled with 12 vibrant, high pigment powder eyeshadows.
We love the motown shade names for the colours too!
The Respect palette is a mixture of warm toned neutrals, plum and corals with a hot pink thrown in for good measure.
This palette is so versatile and even though you may feel slightly scared by the brighter tones these really do blend down to a softer hue if you mix them with the other more natural colours.
I even like to pop a little of the bright coral called Otis red on the apples of my cheeks.
The Supreme palette is great for people who prefer the more earthy tones of ochre and moss green through to the brighter aqua and greys.
Perfect for a sultry heroin chic stained eye.
Mainly matte but also a frosted white to highlight and lift.
Both palettes are priced at £7.99 each.
To complete this 60's look go for the classic matte, opaque lip of the era. Think Dusty Springfield and Diana Ross.
Two colours available in a neon orange based red called Jazz that is so bright it actually hurts my eyes!
The second is a blue based baby pink called Soul.
Both are totally matte so ensure your lips are in tip top condition with no dry skin before application.
Both are super long lasting and slightly staining.
Deeply, Truly, Mattely glosses are £4.99 each
This palette and glosses are out now in all Superdrug stores nationwide and www.sleekmakeup.com