From this palette I am wearing: Face: Hot Mama Blush, Bahama Mama Bronzer & Mary-Lou Manizer Highlight. Eyes: Bahama Mama through the crease, a small amount of Sexy though the crease, Lead Zeppelin on the lid and lower lash line & Mary-Lou Manizer on the inner corner. Lips: Mia Moore. This photo isn’t edited in anyway.
The Balm has come out with an amazing limited edition palette packed with its greatest hits. All of the products found in this one palette can either be found individually or within other palettes. If you want to try some of the best of The Balm products then I highly recommend adding the In The Balm Of Your Hand Greatest Hits Vol.1 palette to your collection as its much cheaper than buying all of the products separately (especially as many of them are part of other palettes). Most of us are aware that Mary-Lou Manizer is such a hit, as is Bahama Mama, but you may not have heard much about their other products so this palette is a wonderful introduction. As usual the packaging doesn’t disappoint, I always love the retro kitsch look of The Balm products. The quality of the products are great. The limited edition palette (created for autumn/christmas) will cost £26 once its released (I’m not 100% sure when its released in the UK but keep an eye out on The Balm’s instagram (@TheBalmEu).
3 Powder Blushes:
‘Hot Mama’ – A peachy pink shimmery
Instain ‘Argyle’ – A matte petal pink
‘Cabana Boy’- A dusty rose
‘Bahama Mama’ – A matte bronze powder
Shady Lady Vol.2 ‘Insane Jane’ – A shimmery taupe
Shady Lady Special Edition ‘Mischievous Marissa’ – A shimmery peach champagne
Nude’tude ‘Sexy’ – A matte burgundy
Balm Jovi ‘Lead Zepplin’ – A shimmery dark green
Mary-Lou Manizer – A honey hued highlight
How ‘Bout Them Apples ‘Caramel’ – A orange brown shade which can be used on the cheeks or lips
The Balm Girls ‘Mia Moore’ – A true red