Whilst the price point is great, this blush does not have enough pigment for me to be satisfied. The blush is completely buildable, but you will need a dense brush to pick enough product. Good for those just starting out, but not for the seasoned makeup enthusiast.
The product sits well on my combination skin however it does not blend as well as more expensive brands. there is alot of product which makes it affordable and reasonable priced. The colour range is very pretty. I think this product is great for casual wear and for makeup beginners
I love blush palettes but I'm not big on shimmer, so there's always many palettes I'm turning up my nose at because I can't bear the thought of sparkle on my cheeks.
This is a beautiful trio of the kind of products I love theBalm for - pigmented, matte, flattering tones that are easy to work with. No dusty fallout, just blushes and bronzers that work with whatever you're wearing.
My one critique if any is that these can be hard to blend if you haven't completely set your foundation yet, but this is probably my fault for trying to wear a matte powder blush over a dewy cream foundation haha!
I have recently started using Dallas again - I first used it when I was much younger about 10 years ago. It's still as good as I remember!! I am very pale with neutral undertones, and a soft sweep of this instantly brightens my face, without looking either too blush-y or too bronze-y. I prefer using a a soft domed cheek brush than the one included though (it can look streak-y). Packaging is cute as, and love how it keeps every bit of blush dust contained without any wastage.
Definitely give this a go if you are want to give your cheeks a pop of colour but can;t decide what colour to go for - Dallas imparts a sun-kissed hint of rose, peach and bronze all in one!.