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Sunday, 18 September 2016

Morphe 35O Palette Review

Morphe 35O Palette

Morphe 35O Review

The Packaging - I will admit that the packaging leaves a little to be desired. It's very basic and is not one you will want to be displaying on your vanity in all of it's rose gold glory. It comprises of a simple black plastic case with the Morphe logo on the front and I'm okay with this to be honest. Often I find that I'm paying for gorgeous packaging with a product and sadly not a lot else. This is definitely not the case here. After swatching some of the shadows I was more than happy to give their boring black casing.

The Quality - the quality of the eyeshadows does vary slightly between shades but is overall very good. I was pleasantly surprised by the shimmer eyeshadows which I find can be very hit and miss. Often a shimmer will look beautiful in the pan but just doesn't transfer well on to the eye.These however create a beautifully intense look, almost like molten metal, and reminded me a lot of the Makeup Geek Foiled Eyeshadows (a favourite of mine).

The Colours - it doesn't take a genius to work out that the colours are beautiful. Warm colours seem to be having a bit of a moment and I can't think of a palette more autumn appropriate. There are plenty of matte browns perfect for blending and deepening the crease and there are also a number of more intense standout colours to create vibrant show-stopping looks.

The Price - the price point for these is excellent at only £19.50 on Beauty Bay, particularly considering the range of shadows and number of looks you could create. Although this is obviously mirrored in some aspects, like the packaging and the odd lesser performing shade, it overall seems to be excellent value for money.


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