Review: theBalm Batter Up Eyeshadow Stick

by - November 13, 2016

As you guys have known, I'm a HUGE fan of theBalm. I love all of their products, they never disappoint me. But the best thing about theBalm is their top notch quality and the affordable price! So when I knew that they just released new eyeshadow sticks called Batter Up, I didn't even have to think twice to get them in my hands.
 Batter Up originally comes in 8 different shades, and I got 6 out of 8 to play with.

Batter Up, the long-wearing cream shadow sticks from theBalm Cosmetics! These high-pigment shadow and base multi-taskers come in eight blendable and buildable shades - score! Batter Up is formulated to guarantee you’ve got your winning face on, even after extra innings!

It's sold at USD 17 or around IDR 300,000 a piece.
 The packaging is chic and pretty, like other theBalm's products. and the cap represent the shade which is nice especially if you got couple of products, so you don't need to worry about remembering the shade names or opening each product to find the one you're looking for.

It's a twist up cream crayon, which I appreciate very much, because I hate sharpening my makeup. And remember that you need to shut the lid tightly so it won't dry out.
 From top to bottom:
#01 Night Game, #03 Outfield, #04 Shutout, #06 Dugout, #07 Curveball, #08 Moonshot
 #01 Night Game
Black with blue shimmers
 #03 Outfield
Dark mossy green
 #04 Shutout
Cool bronze
 #06 Dugout
Warm chocolate brown
 #07 Curveball
Light copper
#08 Moonshot
Cool champagne

(with room lighting)
My favourite shades are definitely Moonshot (for inner corner), and Dugout (for all over the lid), but I think Outfield is a very unique colour as well (for waterline).

They're all definitely easy to use, very fool-proof so I would recommend these eyeshadow sticks to beginners. The swatches I did on the pictures above was only one swipe-without primer, so they're definitely creamy, super pigmented, they glide very easily, you can blend it with brush or simply by using your fingers! All the colours blend well with each other, so you can play around and mix all the colours together.

theBalm Batter Up is also long wearing, it lasts me all day, all night, without creasing! If you have oily eyelids like me, you know the struggle when your eyeshadow sliding and smudging at the end of the day. So I've been only using these eyeshadow sticks since it's the easiest way to apply eyeshadow. Lastly, I like how the sticks aren't too big for my Asian eyes, so I could line my eyes easily with it. You have pretty much endless possibilities to work with Batter Up!

And here is one of the look that I created with theBalm Batter Up:
I'm using Moonshot on the inner corner of my eye, Shutout all over my eyelid, and Night Game on the outer part of my eyes to create more dimension.
All I have to do is blend all the colours together with blending brush.
What do you think about this look?

You can get your theBalm Batter Up eyeshadow sticks at:
Debenhams Senayan City
Sogo Plaza Senayan
Sogo Pondok Indah Mall
Metro Pondok Indah Mall
Lotte Shopping Avenue
Seibu Grand Indonesia
Sogo Kelapa Gading
Metro Taman Anggrek
Centro Bintaro

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