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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.
I loved the sample size of this that I got in one of my boxes so much that I used it all. I've had this on my wish list for a while and finally splurged. I love, love, love the colors and the packaging is cute. The creamy texture of these is great for cheeks and lips. This has great staying power, too. Good buy!5
love the packaging and the color intensity is great for lips and cheeks. this is a go to for my travel make up bag because it is so compact.5
This palette is awesome - I loved all of the color options and they really last. I was able to use them for blush for several weeks! I was able to blend a couple together to get a richer look.5
I received Cobbler as my sample. The bright red was off-putting at first as a blush, but I absolutely loved the color on my cheeks. A little is all you need and it gives a gorgeous flush.5
I have been eyeing this for several month. I love the colors and the they go on very well. Very please with this purchase!5
I really like this product! I use it all the time, and I highly recommend it to others!5
I love theBalm. This was my second time receiving this sample and I couldn't have been more thrilled. This is perfect for when you want to add a little tint under your favorite nude gloss.5
Love this as a lip tint and cheek tint. It drains my finger a little but I love it too much to care!5
Love the color, texture, and versatility. Looks great5
This is great. The color is bright and summery without being too pigmented. It goes on like a balm.5