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Beauty - The balm nude tude review

Hey lovelies today I thought I would share a little review of the Balm Nude tude eyeshadow palette, I have had my eye on this palette for a while and cheekily put it on my Christmas list, so when I opened this package Christmas morning I was really happy and excited to try it out. Firstly the packaging is gorgeous and really quirky made out of sturdy cardboard with a magnetic clasp that feels solid like its going to last. It also has a large mirror which is always a bonus.

And the choice of shades is just perfect with 12 to choose from from the gorgeous 'sassy' which is just the perfect highlight shade or great for the inner corner of the eye through some lovely browns and shimmery gold shades right through to 'sleek' a rich dark brown the perfect colour to fill in my brows .

left to right- Sassy, stubborn, selfish, sophisticated, sexy, serious

Left to right - Snobby, stand-offish, sultry, seductive, silly, sleek!

The quality of this palette is second to none and I haven't stopped using it since I got it, the shadows are well pigmented easy to apply. with no fall out and the range of colours are great for everyday, but could easily be 'smoked' up for an evening or going out look. 

The balm is stocked on feel unique and Asos if your on the lookout for a new palette I would defo recommend giving this one a go.

I hope you enjoyed this review, let me know any recommendations for other the Balm products in the comments.



  1. I have The Balm, Balm Jovi Rockstar palette and it is my fave ever I use it everyday! Definitely worth checking out!
    Lovely review, I love the cheeky packaging on this one :)

    1. Oh I'll have to have a look out for that, thankyou xoxo


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