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Like Matt Damon's famous one-liner in Good Will Hunting, this dual-purpose cream palette from theBalm® is destined to be a classic. Each one of these easy-to-blend, long-wearing shades can be used on both cheeks and lips, and they won't streak or fade once applied. Each palette has six orchard-inspired shades: Cider, Cobbler, Pie, Crisp, Candy, and Caramel. Mix and match for the sweetest results. Use Caramel for contouring, and dab Cobbler on your lips for a fresh shade of red. Layer Candy and Crisp for the perfect pink peach color, or use Crisp solo all over cheeks. Wear Pie on the apples of your cheeks, and try Cider to mimic the effects of a day spent in the sun.
These colors are perfect for everyday use. Gorgeous and sheer, but very buildable color from all of them. And they smell great!4
I really like this product and it looks great on me. I don't feel great about rubbing my cheek hard every day (I'm afraid it will give me wrinkles!), so I don't use it constantly, but it looks really nice. (I have medium-light skin.)4
I like this palette a lot and I love that you can mix and blend the colors. However I wish there was one or two really dark reds included, so you could make a bigger variety of shades. Three of these colors are very similar to each other, and on their own they're not very flattering colors.4
I'm all for cream blushes and lip stain. And if a product can do double duty, I'm sold for life. The main drawback of this one (for me) is that only one color really worked well, and got used up. The others didn't get used at all. I felt accordingly that it was a waste of money. I wish theBalm sold these color separately. Since they don't I won't purchase again.
P.S. I still use the nice, large mirror it's packaged with so that's a plus!
-The packaging is totes adorbs.
-The colors are super flattering, not a bad one in the bunch.
-Nice, sort of creamy texture when putting your finger to it (yet also powdery, hard to explain)
-No toxic ingredients as far as I can tell
-Looks very natural on the face, like "oh, my lips/cheeks are NATURALLY this color"
-Don't attempt to apply to cheeks with a brush. Just, don't. Stick with your fingers.
-It got under my fingernails and tinted them pink.
-Color fades from cheeks somewhat quickly (I applied over primer and powder foundation)
-Made my lips chap weirdly, after 1.5 hours of wear -- leaving gross, colored, dry skin shapes on my lips (this is even with adding moisturizing lip balm)
-Definitely too dry (matte to the point of being way dry) to apply to lips without another lip balm product
-Must remember to reapply after eating/drinking/talking...fades quickly
Verdict: A cute product appropriate for teenage girls, not good enough for a mid-twenties woman like myself. Will not buy again.
Loved using this palette, very versatile to use on different parts of the face. Easy to apply and blend with fingers, and lasts a reasonable amount of time.4
I really liked this mini palette. I don't typically ever buy blush or keep several colors on hand. This was a great way to try out different colors. They also were quality- had good pigment and coverage and lasted all day!4
I like that this is so versatile and can be used in a number of ways. I just dab on my lips and put clear gloss over it for a nice tint, but I really don't wear lipstick so I don't do it often.4
I've never had luck with cream blush - it never sits right or it's gone within an hour or two of application. I tried out the Balm's "How Bout Them Apples?" and it's the best blush I've ever worn. It went on smooth, the color was soft and subtle but could be built up easily for a brighter cheek, and it stayed all day! Great product!5
I tried Cobbler on and it's great when applied lightly on the lips. For a gloss this one shows up nicely like lipstick. I've had ones in the past that were not noticeable when applied. It also smells good. I would recommend this.5