The palettes contain (from left to right) three lip glosses, a cream blusher and a lip colour. The glosses all have a nice texture, they don't feel especially sticky and have a sweet, vanilla scent. The blusher is quite a thin cream texture and acts almost like a stain. It reminds me a little of the effect I get with the Hourglass Aura Cheek Stain. It's a pinky coral colour and for me, best suited for Spring/Summer wear.
The lip colour is the item I didn't get on with first time around. My mistake was to apply it with a lip brush and this produced a finished that I didn't like. Today, I was very cautious and applied a really thin layer with my finger. I built up the colour in layers like this, patting it on and I was much happier with the effect. Topped off with one of the glosses, it looks and feels very nice and gives good wear time.
There are a couple of negatives which I want to mention. Aesthetically, I don't think it looks as sleek as other items from the line. It's black all over rather than the usual two-tone red and black packaging plus it has a rather cheap looking gold fastening. I realise this all sounds a bit nit-picky but this brings me onto my other point. I feel the palette is quite expensive for what it is. None of the pans, apart from the cream blusher, are particularly big and with regular use, they would be used up quite quickly. Usually palettes offer a better deal than buying the items separately, so I think a price around £30 might be more enticing.
The Lip & Cheek palette comes in three colour ways: the corals, the pinks and the mauves and are available from Mise Beauty. The palettes cost £42 each.
Disclosure: This item was sent to me without cost for review purposes.