Morphe Palette Reviews….Are They Worth It?

So I am a L O V E R of YouTube videos, you can usually find me curled in bed with my cat watching Jaclyn Hill, Manny MUA, KathleenLights, or Patrick Starr for H O U R S! I love watching their artistry, as well as many other YouTubers, and I also love finding out what products they love and works best for them!

Well first, I will preface this off by saying before I became an avid YouTube watcher, I was SO against buying makeup online and especially ANYTHING that did not come from a Sephora. Oh boy has my world been rocked. Jaclyn Hill, who is one of my personal faves to watch, mentioned a lot about Morphe and used a lot of their Morphe products. The more YouTubers I watched, the more I noticed Morphe. So I thought, hey why not, they have coupon codes so I can get some makeup at a discount….I am now hooked! I think these are intelligently priced, and these are products that are great quality, and affordable to every budget. EVEN COLLEGE KIDS!

I plan to purchase some of Morphe’s face and powder brushes, but the eye shadow brushes I have are amazing and I will definitely be buying from this company again. I think my only critique about this company would be I am not the BIGGEST fan of their packaging. The palettes do come in a black plastic case and are a little bulky to store, but that is fine by me! I would rather pay more for a product than for a pretty box for the products to sit in lolz.

***The code I used to get 10% my entire purchase was: mannumua***

What I love about the 35K palette is the amount of beautiful matte bronze shades. The color pigmentation is incredible and they blend seamlessly when you're wanting to BLEND BLEND BLEND! I have created a good number of smokey eye looks, some that were very dramatic and others that were more subtle. This is definitely a great palette for both sultry and day eye looks! **Only issue I personally have had with this palette, the lighter frosted shadows did not have as great color payoff as the matte or bronze frosted shades did**
What I love about the 35K palette is the amount of beautiful matte bronze shades. The color pigmentation is incredible and they blend seamlessly when you’re wanting to BLEND BLEND BLEND! I have created a good number of smokey eye looks, some that were very dramatic and others that were more subtle. This is definitely a great palette for both sultry and day eye looks! **Only issue I personally have had with this palette, the lighter frosted shadows did not have as great color payoff as the matte or bronze frosted shades did**
The 35W palette definitely stays true to it's name, it is FULL of beautiful warm colors. This palette was a little bit of a stretch for me color wise, because I usually stick with cool-tone bronze shades, but I loved the deep purples and mauve colors that this palette offered. Just like in the 35K, the color pigmentation is incredible and the colors are so easy to blend when you want to create either a smokey eye for day time or a sultry eye look for when you go out! **All of the frosted shadows in this palette had better color payoff than in the 35K palette*
The 35W palette definitely stays true to it’s name, it is FULL of beautiful warm colors. This palette was a little bit of a stretch for me color wise, because I usually stick with cool-tone bronze shades, but I loved the deep purples and mauve colors that this palette offered. Just like in the 35K, the color pigmentation is incredible and the colors are so easy to blend when you want to create either a smokey eye for day time or a sultry eye look for when you go out! **All of the frosted shadows in this palette had better color payoff than in the 35K palette*
Another great blending brush, I use this to smoke out my shadows.
Another great blending brush, I use this to smoke out my shadows.
FAVORITE BLENDING BRUSH! It is S O fluffy and blends shadow seamlessly. This will FOR SURE be a repurchase!
FAVORITE BLENDING BRUSH! It is S O fluffy and blends shadow seamlessly. This will FOR SURE be a repurchase!
GREAT BLENDING BRUSH! I use this to blend all my shadows together once I am finished with my eye makeup
GREAT BLENDING BRUSH! I use this to blend all my shadows together once I am finished with my eye makeup
This brush is great for smudging shadow on the lower lash line, and also for packing shadow on
This brush is great for smudging shadow on the lower lash line, and also for packing shadow on
This brush is great for packing color on the lid, very densely packed
This brush is great for packing color on the lid, very densely packed
Great for blending in your transition shades
Great for blending in your transition shades
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8 thoughts on “Morphe Palette Reviews….Are They Worth It?

  1. I’ve been looking for neutral shades for a while, but I want some that are not sparkly. Do these have a shimmer to them? Either way, great post and it does sound like a good company to try so am going to have a look x

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    1. Both of the palettes have about 10 sparkly shades in them, so it’s definitely more matte colors in them! If you want to build your own palette, you can just buy single pan eye shadows for $2.29 from them and stick them in a Z Palette!

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  2. Thank you for this post! I am an avid Jaclyn Hill watcher (love her snapchats!) and everything she uses, I feel like I need it in my life! I really want to try out the Morphe 35O palette as well as a couple of their brushes. This was a really great post on brush info, so thank you! 🙂

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  3. I just purchased the 35N a couple weeks ago. I love how the whole palette is matte and the quality is great like Jaclyn promised. I’ll definitely purchase the 350 when it’s available!

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