The Balm’s Meet Matte… line is one of the best eyeshadow palette collections if you are looking for a matte eyeshadow palette. There is a collection of three and today I am reviewing the second one for you. If this palette looks familiar to you, then that might be possible: I talked about it in my matte eyeshadow palette video a few months ago.
The Balm Meet Matt(e) Trimony eyeshadow palette
If there is one brand that is heavily underrated, it is The Balm. All of the products I have tried by them are great, including their eyeshadow palettes. Whether it is a matte palette, or one in their Nude range, I have liked every single palette by The Balm so far. What do I think of Nude Beach?
The Balm Nude Beach eyeshadow palette
Is it a blush? Is it a bronzer? This product by The Balm promises to be both. Depending on your complexion this can also work as both. On my fair skin, this is more of a bronzer than anything else, which is why this review will be focusing on using this product as such. So here we go: say hello to The Balm Balm Desert.
The Balm Balm Desert Bronzer/ Blush
Lately I finally committed to trying some matte eyeshadow palettes. I love my shimmers, but a good matte is a must have of course as well. A palette that I have had for a while, but that I had never gotten round to reviewing is The Balm’s Meet Matte Nude. This palette is much raved about and since it is fully matte it just never really captured my attention too much. Now that I’m getting into it more, I figured it was time for a review.
The Balm Meet Matt(e) Nude eyeshadow palette
My love for dusty rose blushes is no secret. It is my favorite blush color to wear year round, but mainly during fall and winter. This season I have a new favorite: The Balm’s Instain blush in Houndstooth. I had tried one of these blushes before, but never really got into them. And then I bought this color and I have been using this nonstop.
The Balm Instain Longwearing Staining Blush Houndstooth
Eyeshadow palettes: my main make up love. I already showed you my full collection earlier this year, but I wanted to do a more in-depth series. This gives me the chance to discuss even some of the older palettes that have become staples in the makeup world. When should you buy which one? What does each palette have to offer? Today, we’re kicking off this series with warm toned neutral palettes. Say hello to Urban Decay’s Naked 1, Too Faced’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, Lorac’s Pro 1 and The Balm’s Nude Tude.
Which warm toned neutral eyeshadow palette should you buy?
The Balm just released their third and newest eyeshadow palette: Nude Beach and I am way behind and hadn’t even gotten round to reviewing the first one. In a moment of, well better late than never, I decided to still post about this palette that most people are on the fence about. With so many neutral eyeshadow palettes on the market, does this add anything different?
The Balm Nude Tude