I've taken an overall picture of the lipsticks, where you can see Vixen and Peaches & Cream have been used a fair bit! As a reference.. (S) means Sheen finish and (M) means Matte finish.
Front row (l to r): Fuchsia (S), Papaya Punch (M), Baby Doll (S), O.M.G (S)
Back row (l to r): Candy Cane (S), Coral Reef (S), Heartbreaker (M), Vixen (S), Peaches & Cream (S)
Here are the swatches of each lipstick on my skin, which is NC15 at MAC. I've done the front row through to the back row, following the 'l to r' scheme (starts with Fuchsia ends with Peaches & Cream).
With Natural Light:
If you are wondering what the difference between the matte and sheen finishes are, I'd say not much. I've seen people saying the matte shades are very dry on your lips and are unforgiving, but I can't see any problems. I have quite dry lips yet even the matte shades lie softly on my lips. I did find Heartbreaker needed quite a bit of applying to get it to it's full colour, but Papaya Punch acts quite similar to a sheen finish (though of course isn't as moisturising).
These lipsticks last for an absolute decade on your lips, and I find when they look as though they are slowly leaving your lips.. you're surprised to see they act like a lip stain. I find even if the lipstick itself doesn't stick around when you are eating a meal, the intense colour is still seen.
Talking about meals though, I'd definitely apply-blot-reapply because after eating out with Vixen on I looked a little like Dracula. I had lipstick all over the place, not a good sight! Apart from that, these lipsticks are an absolute steal at £4.00 from here. I'd recommend you don't buy from their website though, and instead visit Superdrug in-store as Sleek's website isn't the greatest. I believe they are on offer at 2 for £6 in Superdrug at the moment too, but that may have ended?