I chose Shade 2, however when I opened it the palette inside the box had been switched for shade 3, (annoying!), which means the concealer is actually too dark for my skin. However, the corrector is just right and does a great job of covering the dark circles under my eyes and any blemishes. Despite the concealer being too dark, I could actually use it as a contour colour to add some definition to my face so I'm not too fussed about that. The setting powder is too dark for me also, but at £7.99 it isn't the end of the world. The products in this palette ae also SPF 15 which is an added bonus.
As always, I love the packaging of Sleek products and the Corrector & Concealer Palette doesn't disappoint. The palette looks smart and more expensive than it actually is, and has a small mirror inside which is great if you need to do any little touch ups during the day.
I find that the corrector is a very similar shade with the same amount of coverage as the MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC15, so if you don't want to spend £15 on that I'd definitely recommend this Sleek palette.
Have any of you tried this palette?