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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.
I enjoyed this product, however the color was too red for me. Loved the package and would like it better if color wasn't so bold.3
I like this as a sample because of how portable this tint is. It's easy to apply and so far I like the natural blush it gives me as a cheek tint.4
It had some great color and the packaging was just so cute and tiny.5
This color doesn't work for me as a blush. I love it as a lip tint. the color just is not for me3
I loved it. It was cute and clever and velvety. Everything you would want in a trendy hipster lip balm.5
I really liked this for a blush. I thought it was far too light and dry for my lips though. The color was lovely, but I like my lip products goop-ier. The packaging is adorable, and would make a great gift for somebody. The texture's just not my preference.2
I like the way the cream feels as blush. It's a little dry on the lips though. I would like to try it in a darker color.4
I have extremely dry skin so a cream blush is really the best for me. This one is top notch!5
I've always wanted to try TheBalm products. The packaging is super cute and the colors apply on smoothly.4
It's hard to get a sense for this product when the sample is so small. I had to dab my fingers in many many times to get enough for my cheeks. I like what I saw so far (i think!?) but it's hard to tell.4