Frat Boy is actually my first product from theBalm, I heard about that brand loads of times but never had a chance to try it. So after my payday last month I went on an online shopping spree and ordered a blush from them on Amazon. I've noticed that they've now changed the price from £12.48 to £14 plus £2.95 delivery charge. So I was quite lucky to get it a bit cheaper. Anywo, the best way to describe Frat Boy is coral-pink and peachy-apricot, it reminds me of them all and I absolutely love the colour. It can be used as an eyeshadow and a blush but I've only been using it as a blush, might give it a go as an eyeshadow too, you never know. It's got a very tiny amount of shimmer and sheen but it doesn't really read on my skin. The product is very silky, smooth and soft all at the same time, it's just a great texture, plus it doesn't even look powdery. Its pigmentation is incredible as well, you only need a swipe to get a flushed look but it's buildable. It's quite easy to overdo so you need a light hand while applying. It's no surprise that the staying power is great too, the blush lasts for the majority of the day with no fading. Frat Boy is definitely one of the best blushes (if not the best blush) I've ever used and will definitely re-purchase. I also want to try more of theBalm products, especially other blushes they have and an eyeshadow palette Nude'tude.
Have you tried any of theBalm blushes? Is there any coral-pink blush you would recommend?
theBalm Frat Boy: £14 (+£2.95 delivery fee if you order via Amazon)