Mont Balm Quad by theBalm

I feel I have too many eyeshadows and I’m still looking for ways to increase the size of my collection. I’m just super obsessed with eyeshadows and you can judge me if you like.

So, without any further ado, I present to you a new product item to my collection! Mont Balm!

mont balm by thebalm

If you have been following and reading my blog, you might have known that I’m a big fan of theBalm makeup products especially their eyeshadow palettes. Today, I I want to talk about take a peek Mont Balm by theBalm Eyeshadow Palette. It’s not a new released but I’ve been trying on this palette for a week and I’m in love. I ordered this through Amazon online. It’s unclear to me whether or not this is limited edition, and it also appears to be a Kohl’s exclusive, as it’s not available on theBalm’s site. If you see it elsewhere, don’t mind to share on the comment section below.


This palette comes in a cardboard material packaging with a lovely girl printed on the top cover. Inside are four eyeshadows with a decent size mirror. It has a magnetic closure which I noticed could be the staple packaging by the Balm.


The colors are beautiful and very wintery — there’s Zermatt, a shimmery dark charcoal, Aspen, a metallic warm burgundy, Whistler, a metallic slightly rosy taupe, and Cortina, a matte cream.


Mont balm – this is gorgeous and will be beautiful for winter time especially as a Holiday gift. I for one loved the affordable price point. So yay!

Some of thebalm’s palettes could be a hit or miss but, I’ll definitely be gravitating towards thebalm for the quality and pigmentation which I personally find them impressive.


These shadows can be applied wet or dry. Here are the the shadows picked up directly from the pan. The texture of the shadows is very soft and smooth, as with all of theBalm’s eyeshadows that I’ve tried.


Color swatches on bare hand – no eye base or primer were used. The only shade I can complain or that doesn’t perform quite as well in terms of pigmentation as I’d like it to is Zermatt, it’s a bit sheer at first, but it can be built up.


Other than that, I’d say that these shadows blend well with beauty shimmery finish which wasn’t overdone. I’m pleased with this Mont Balm Palette. I hope you found this post interesting and helpful.

Have you got this Mont Balm in your collection already? I would love to hear your comments.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read. Stay Beautiful!

Sharon xoxo

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