The perfect palettes

Morphe Brushes got a lot of hype and attention from Jaclyn Hill. She is a youtuber, makeup artist
and influencer who is 1 of 4 people to work alongside Morphe. They received a lot of attention
from their 35O palette and have gained more customers and clients since. I decided to purchase a limited edition bundle of two 25 shadow palettes, after seeing one of my favourite Instagramers; Sarah Davies talk about how much she loved them.

These limited edition palettes can be purchased separately for $17.99 each or as a bundle together
for only $33.98. I decided to purchase the bundle as it worked out to save $2. This doesn't sound
like a lot but is worth it if you want both palettes. As this is an international company I had to
pay $24.97 for shipping. Overall with the bundle and shipping and the conversion prices this
cost me £46.02. This is quite a large amount of money to spend but you are getting 50 shadows
 in a mixture of formulas. Compared to an Urban Decay you are getting 38 shadows that are just
 as good quality for only £7.52 extra. 

The bronzed mocha 25B palette is described as a mellow cabernet of warm brandy and mocha. 
This is defiently a more warm toned palette as the shades have a lot of red and orange undertones to them. These shadows apply true to colour and are best applied with your fingers as the warmth from the skin helps blend the shadows evenly. This palette is best used for more smokey and dramatic looks, but the lighter shadows help to tone the look down for a more everyday look.

The copper spice 25A palette is described as an exotic and earthy mix of deep browns and spicy shades. This is defiently more warm toned due to the amount of coppers and browns. These shadows are super creamy and velvety which helps them apply easily and true to colour. Due to how smooth the shadows are, they are best applied using your finger as the warmth from the skin helps pick up the pigment and apply evenly to the lid. My favourite shades are the metallics on row 4 as they are unlike any shadows I have ever tried, without having any pigment fall out and staying true to colour.


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