Hi all! This is the third review in my new series! I’m reviewing 20 palettes that I purchased or received last year (and maybe previous years) that I haven’t reviewed yet. I might also include palettes from this year if I don’t get around to reviewing them right away. These will be mostly eye shadows, but some face palettes may be thrown in the mix.
The reason I started this was as I was doing my Shop my Stash last year, I realized that I hadn’t reviewed a lot of the palettes I featured (check out my February Shop my Stash here). I’ve used them, of course, but haven’t given my review. So this year, I’m going to get that done!
The palette I’m reviewing today is theBalm’s In theBalm of Your Hand Vol. 2:
This fun palette can give a full face of color. It features eyeshadows, blushes, a matte bronzer and champagne-hued highlighter. It’s great for travel. You can get lots of looks with these shades. Plus, the highlighter, bronzer and blushes can also be used for eyeshadow.
Here’s the palette open:
These shades are perfect for everyday looks and can be built up. The shades are from other palettes and best selling products (like Mary-Lou Manizer).
First row from left to right — Matte Reed, Firm, Alice Copper, Matt Russo and Mary-Lou Manizer.
These are such beautiful shades for everyday eye looks. I love Firm all over the lid and Matt Russo is a perfect transition shade to blend with it. Mary-Lou Manizer is a highlighter, but it can also be used to brighten an eye look.
Second row from left to right — Bahama Mama, Fratboy, Downboy and Instain
Bahama Mama is a gorgeous matte bronzer. All three blushes are so pretty and can also be used on the eyes. I think Fratboy is my favorite, but they’re all gorgeous!
I have really been enjoying this palette! I love how easy these are to use and to wear. The eyeshadows are creamy and blendable and the face products looks beautiful on.
What do you think of this palette? Do you like theBalm makeup?
2 thoughts on “20 Palettes in 2020 — In theBalm of Your Hand Vol. 2”
I missed out on this palette but those shadows are pretty