Sunday, 31 July 2016

Review | The Balm Meet Matt(e) Trimony

I was recently gifted the newest eyeshadow palette from BeautySpinthe Balm - Meet Matt(e) Trimony.

This palette is an all matte eyeshadow palette which is generally quite hard to find. I feel that this palette is great for beginners who need a matte eyeshadow palette to go alongside another palette. I have a lot of eyeshadow palettes so I don't find myself using this on a daily basis but I am really enjoying it when I use it! 


This palette is in cardboard packaging however it is extremely sturdy and durable which makes it perfect for travelling as you know it will be safe and free from damage. The palette also contains a very large mirror which makes makeup application on the go a breeze. 


- highly pigmented 
- wearable shades 
- easy to blend 
- ideal for beginners 
- inexpensive when you purchase from BeautySpin 

- you need another palette alongside this because you would struggle to get a whole eyeshadow look only using this 
- slightly powdery 

-Matt Lin - Warm beige/peach matte eyeshadow. This shade is lovely to use as a transitional shade or to blend out darker eyeshadows.
-Matt Thomas - Cool toned, blue toned matte, pink. This shade works perfectly to create a very subtle pink toned look. I have really enjoyed using it in combination with my Urban Decay Naked 3 palette.
-Matt Rossi - Cool toned, ashy, mid toned matte, brown. I personally enjoy this shade for adding more depth and dimension to the crease however this would be lovely by itself through the crease for everyday wear.
-Matt Lopez - Warm, orange toned matte milk chocolate brown. This shade is my second favourite in the palette. It is so lovely for adding warmth in the crease when creating a warm toned eyeshadow look. 
-Matt Kumar - Deep cranberry matte red shade. This is by far my favourite shade in the palette. I personally love cranberry and berry tones on my eyes because I feel it really brings out the green and orange tones in my eyes. 
-Matt Moskowitz - Cool toned matte plum with grey undertones. I have also enjoyed using this shade in combination with Matt Thomas. 
-Matt Evans - Lighter version of Matt Lopez. 
-Matt Reed - Deep, dark chocolate matte brown. This shade works perfectly for creating a smokey eyeshadow look without delving into black.
-Matte Ahmed - Dark charcoal black. Perfect for adding darkness and shade to any eyeshadow look or works beautifully as a natural eyeliner.

Have you tried this palette?



  1. Somehow missed this post - I must've been away! But this palette is gorgeous, I really want to try it out. So glad to see you back blogging :) xxx

    Jasmine ||

  2. This palette is stunning!!



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