The theBalm theBalmFire Highlighting Shadow Blush Duo collection launched during 2019, but I’ve not seen them featured absolutely anywhere.
It could be that they’ve only just launched at UK theBalm stockists, but it’s crazy that nobody talks about new theBalm launches any more. I’ve been a fan of theBalm for years now, and I really rate their products, but this particular launch really caught my eye.
theBalm theBalmFire Highlighting Shadow Blush Duo
There are three different theBalm theBalmFire Duos:
Beach Goer – theBalmFire® BEACH GOER duo features super shimmery highlighting blushes to amp up your gorgeous glow. HIGH TIDE has a pink with gold shimmer and LOW TIDE is a glistening lavender shade. These highlighting blushes also double as shadow and look gorgeous on any skin tone — so whatever shade you choose, it will be hot.
Game Day – Give theBalmFire® GAME DAY a sweep across your cheeks for an intense dose of luminosity and shimmer! This compact duo comes complete with two striking shades, forming the perfect match! PRE-PARTY is a purple/pink with gold shimmer and VICTORY will give you a gleaming pink glow. Blend these shades together or wear individually, all theBalmFire® duos are versatile and work well on any skin tone – it’s a sure win!
Night Owl – Where there’s smoke, there’s theBalmFire®! The NIGHT OWL super shimmery highlighting blushes includes two stunning shades that can be blended together or worn individually. DUSK is a coral peach with gold shimmer and DAWN is a luminous bronzer. Both these shades can double as shadows and will look gorgeous on any skin tone. This duo will have you ‘spark’ling all night!
Beach Goer: High Tide / Low Tide
Game Day: Pre-Party / Victory
Night Owl: Dusk / Dawn
Each of the theBalm theBalmFire Highlighting Shadow Blush Duos are £26, and each compact has cardboard packaging. The compacts have a mirror in the lid, and two large powders which are on separate flaps. They’ve been designed to give you two shades for using day and night, and each duo contains 10 grams of product – working out at 5g per pan.
I think £26 is expensive for two shades, and that could be the reason nobody is talking about these duos. Interestingly enough, AllBeauty have the duos for £12.95 so it could be perhaps they’re not selling, and that’s why they’re now being sold at a discounted price.
I really like theBalm Blushes, but I don’t know why these theBalm theBalmFire Duos have been given almost an high-end price, as it’s just not worth paying £26 for a cardboard blush duo when the same price would get you NARS. If you are interested, they’re available right now, but shop around for the best price.