Launching today is a new lip and cheek tint by Mememe called Boho Balm,
the balms come in two colour options Pink Rouge and Coral Taupe.
Each tin contains two shades which can be used to deliver a flush of colour to the lips and cheeks.

As mentioned each Boho Balm comes neatly presented in a pretty metal tin 
that is adorned with a floral design and is around the size of a typical lip balm in similar style packaging.
Admittedly they are quite heavy but not all that bulky and sturdy enough to survive in a handbag.

My only grumble with the packaging is that the shades do not have a divider down the middle
which won't be a problem the first couple of usages but as time goes on the shades will bleed 
into one and other resulting in a potential mess.

Coral lives up to it's name sake with one half being a bright mix of orange, yellow and pink (coral)
and the other a muted nude (taupe) so no surprises in terms of shades.

The coral option is more of a yellow based coral that does lean more onto orange spectrum of the coral family, I personally like this type of shade as it is really easy to wear but I do understand that some prefer
their coral's to have a hint of pink to perk the shade up a little.

The taupe side is a funny one well for me anyone, in pan form it appears to be fairly brown in tone
yet swatched it leans quite grey and yellow so it's not a shade I recommend for warmer skin tones
as it will look a little odd as you can see further down in my swatch photos.

You could also mix the shades to create a custom shade if you wanted to.

The texture of the Boho Balms feel like melted lip stick and are slightly sticky with a gloss like finish
so they lend themselves to being a lip tint more than they do as a cheek colour.
That's not to say you shouldn't try them on your cheeks should you wish to, 
Personally I found them a little too thick, sticky and oily for my cheeks and not all that comfortable to wear.

Perhaps for the cheeks they could be used as a base colour but I couldn't really get past the texture.
The colour pay off is pretty good with the both shades pretty much translating to the lips
as what you see in the tin albeit a little lighter.

On the lips these feel a lot more natural but they are a little thick so it is best to apply using a brush
for precision and control value, on the lips the glossy finish seems fitting and they feel far more comfortable
I will level and say I didn't fully test these on my cheeks as the texture felt to alien on my skin
and I had to remove it almost immediately...sorry!

As a lip product these wear for a little over two hours and don't bleed or dry the lips out,
I quickly want to mention that these tints have a soft vanilla scent that you can not detect once on the lips.

Product Summary

Round Up - A two in one product that can be used on the lips or cheeks.
Best For - Used on the lips not entirely suited to the cheeks in my opinion.
Pigmentation - (7/10) Feels and appears like a really glossy lipstick.
Availability - Launching today via Mememe cosmetics - link and selected Superdrug stores £6.50/11g

This post contains a PR sample.