Hi girls! today we talk about the balm meet matte review. I saw that you had been numerous to read the article on my palette W7 and I thought that maybe you would like us to talk little more palettes here!I received this palette as a gift at Christmas from my best friend (<3) and I immediately hung. Not for blushes in the first place but for packaging!
If I tell you retro? The 50’s? Amusing? San Francisco? … Well I’m talking about The Balm!It is a brand that I appreciate very much, I like their universe, their concept and I have some favorite products at home (I also happened to be disappointed). But overall, it is a brand that I trust, as “young” as it is (created in 2004).The palette in question is therefore the palette “Meet Matt (e) Nude” (basically translated as: Meet Matt naked!)
The Balm Meet Matte Review.
Just with the name, we get to pinpoint the comic side of the brand! I find the game of word hyper well found and totally in adequation with what this palette offers us. Let me explain: it is a palette of nude colors with a matte finish.The brand pushes a little distance on the packaging by writing on the back a kind of presentation card of the young man: Matt, 1m88, blue eyes, likes the walks on the beach!
You can also see a flashcode in the back, which, by scanning it, is supposed to reveal a video tutorial. Unfortunately I tested it and it does not work anymore, too bad because the idea was rather nice I find!Meet Matt Nude is a very solid cardboard pallet, the closure is magnetized and inside you can find a large mirror! This Matt seems nomadic! Easy to carry the man says so:
After a pack of the most retro-delusions (new style that I just invented: p) we will now take an interest in the very heart of Matt! He exposes himself to our beautiful eyes by revealing his 9 eye shadows!As I said above, all shadows are matte. Do not look for iridescent, mother-of-pearl and glitter, there is none!The harmony of color is very nude, one finds different shades of brown, beige, rosé, violet…
The Balm even gave them names! Still Matt but with different surnames: Garcia, Johnson, Hung and many others.I will repeat it but packaging level the brand has really thought of everything, down to the last detail!Good to return to the quality of this make-up. Well during the swatches, I could observe that they were well pigmented! The color is good from the first application.
The makeup is slightly powdery so I advise you to tap your brush beforehand to avoid falls.I find that the colors are complementary; they go well with each other. I use them mainly in my eyelids and create a banana.Since the Meet Matt palette offers only two clear shades, this restricts the possibilities of making a make-up only with this palette.
For this makeup I used Matt Lombardi on my entire mobile eyelid. Then I applied Matt Singh in my eyelid, which I came to intensify with Matt Hung.I then placed Matt Garcia in the lower lash and Matt Malloy under the eyebrow.Then a little mascara (in this case the effect False Eyelashes of Maybelline) and hop the turn is played!
The hold is excellent, no loss of intensity or deposit in the hollow of the eyelid! With my usual Elf base (1 € girls!), Matt is indefatigable, he is very enduring as he stays up all day! Too blaze!So we come to my usual summary of the strengths as well as the weak points! Let’s see if Matt passes the test!
- – Excellent retro comic
- Packing – Durable and practical packaging = nomadic palette
- – Pigmented blushes – Nude
- Colors in different shades
- – Only matt finish
- – Modular blades
- – Powdery blushes
- – Few light colors – Hardly
- -Enough for a makeup
For me it remains a complementary palette very practical! I am reassured to have it in my drawer and I do not miss an opportunity to use it, that is to say very often right now!
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If you are looking for a complete palette, Meet Matt Nude will surely not meet your expectations. I think above all that it is intended for people who already have pallets of any kind but who would look for something duller to detail their makeup.