So, the primer palette contains twelve cream primer eyeshadow bases, which are supposed to work perfectly with all shades from your iDivine palettes. The palette has a good range of shades in it - They are all slightly shimmery, apart from the black one which is matte.
I wore a silver look the other day and used the silver shade as a base, with a silver shadow layered on top. I was impressed with the staying power of it, my make up stayed bright and crease free for most of the day (about 4 to 6 hours) before it started to crease. I was tempted to prime underneath to see if it makes a difference, but I thought that would defeat the object. To be honest I didn't expect it would stay crease free as long as it did, so I am pleasantly surprised.
The packaging is the standard Sleek Palette packaging. Nice and sturdy with the large mirror. As you can see above, the palette comes with a little brush applicator. It's useless, it sheds and is quite scratchy. I find the easiest way to apply a creamy product is with my fingers or a flat synthetic brush anyway.
Overall, a thumbs up for me! This is a welcome addition to my collection, and I am looking forward to experimenting more with it.
This palette is released on 16th February, available from Sleek MakeUP Website, and Superdrug. £6.49.
See My Swatches Here.