The two shimmery highlighters are 64Hz and 125Hz. 64Hz is a champagne gold highlighter, not too far away from Mary-Lou herself! 125 Hz is a more rose gold toned highlighter, which looks amazing lightly layered on top of a blusher.
The two matte highlighters in 250 Hz and 500 Hz can be used to set your under eye area and the area you'd usually highlight. 500 Hz especially is brilliant for strobing on minimal makeup days, as there isn't a shimmer in sight!
The quality of the products are just as great as I expected, soft, consistent and pigmented. The matte highlighter especially are incredibly soft, so you need the lightest dusting with a small fluffy brush. It sets the area under my eyes perfectly and helps my concealer to stay without creasing!
My least used product from the palette is the blush, 3dB. Although it's a great product, I would have preferred a more neutral colour. I have used the blush, however this isn't a colour I'd reach for on a daily basis.
Other than that, this is a palette I'd recommend to any contour and strobe loving beauty aficionado! I have been using it everyday and even took it away on my recent city break to Amsterdam. It hasn't disappointed in being the one face palette to cover my face powder needs.
The palette retails for £32 and is available at FeelUnique and Debenhams.
Are you a contouring and/or strobing fan? What do you think of theBalm's Highlite N 'Con' Tour palette? Let me know in the comments below or tweet me @aspiring_london!