on 4/8/2018 3:21:00 PM
More reviews by Prinny88
Morphe 35B contains a full spectrum of brightly coloured eyeshadows, in a mix of matte and shimmer shades.The packaging is, let’s be honest, crap. Cheap plastic casing with a lid that won’t stand up on its own or fold round 360, the pans are glued in (not magnetic) and there’s no mirror, BUT that means they can keep the cost low- at £23 a palette that’s about 65p per shadow!The shadows themselves are good quality; nicely pigmented and blendable, some fallout- mostly on the shimmers, but nothing drastic and using a damp brush lessens that.A great palette for creating fun eye looks, I only said no to buying again as it will last ages and by the time it’s done there will undoubtedly be a new one to try.*Tip: If like me you find the packaging bothersome you can get magnetic ‘tape’ and a smaller empty magnet based palette to de-pot these into Xx
on 3/22/2018 6:26:00 PM
More reviews by hesperia
Another Morphe product I am in love with. The goat hair brushes are simply outstanding. They blend the shadows so well. Much - MUCH - better than the synthetic ones. I really wish they had included GH face brushes, instead of the synthetic eye brushes, which while not bad, are nowhere near as good as the GH ones. Buy hey, for $25 for the whole set plus a nice sturdy faux leather bag, I really can't complain.
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on 3/22/2018 6:14:00 PM
My first Morphe palette and I love it. Shadows blend beautifully and are nicely pigmented. I do recommend this.
on 3/22/2018 6:06:00 PM
This is one of three Morphe palettes I own and I LOVE it as much as I love the other two. I love everything about it. In fact, since I got my Morphe palettes they are all I use. And they are very reasonably priced.
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on 3/22/2018 5:51:00 PM
This was one of those 'I must have it' things. Well, I'm glad I caved in to my whim. I love this palette. I don't think I will be using much of the brighter, 'statement' colors, but I do wear the rest a good deal. Unlike the previous poster, I think these are well pigmented and blend beautifully. I use Morphe brushes, which I also love. I have other two palettes (the taupe and the something something mocha) and quite frankly they are all I use. I even like the shimmery colors because on me they apply subtly pearly instead of disco glitter, as I feared they would.Just comes to prove - once again - that what works beautifully for some is a disaster for others.
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on 3/22/2018 8:22:00 AM
More reviews by notjustgingerly
A youtube favorite, plenty of positive reviews there! This is quoted to be good for a precise application of highlighter across the top of the cheekbones and other places and also used to apply setting powder under the eyes. It is shaped like a round blender but bigger and the natural goat bristles are soft but not flimsy. I use it to brush away eyeshadow fallout because I already have brushes I prefer for highlighter and I don’t set my undereye. This is my first Morphe brush and I find the handle to be on the lighter side in weight, which makes it lighter in touch when held farther away from the bristles. I always use brush guards when drying any blender brush to get the bristles back tight the way they are when new, but I plan to leave it off after my next wash to see if I like it more splayed and fluffy.
on 3/21/2018 8:38:00 PM
More reviews by Baked
I really think this is the best place for beginners to start. This product is pigmented, the shadows are buildable, and you get a ton of warm & neutral shadows w/ just a few pops of color. I really feel like I don't need to buy any other palettes since this really covers the essentials.
on 3/17/2018 4:43:00 PM
More reviews by firstname.lastname@example.org
Debated for ages about whether to buy this and then realised I’d be gutted if it sold out and I’d missed out. I’m really glad i purchased! The quality of the shadows is beautiful and some of the colours are unique. It’s a well thought out, well executed palette. Excellent value.
on 3/17/2018 4:43:00 AM
More reviews by Livbeauty168
great that you get a selection but not worth the hype. not greatly pigmented. not always the easiest to blend. wouldn't repurchase
on 3/14/2018 8:23:00 AM
More reviews by noBSbeauty
Morphe always has some affordable eye palettes, some that are okay and some that are really beautiful. The Second Nature Eye Shadow Palette is very beautiful and you can use this to make some very striking eye looks. If you prefer a more natural or neutral eye look I would avoid this palette- the colors are all very beautiful, stunning, and bright. The colors are all very buildable and pigmented. One of the only issues I have with this is that it makes creating a full eye look or a natural look slightly challenging because it lacks a light enough color to use for the brow bone. If you like bold colors, though, the Second Nature Palette is worth considering for your collection. My more detailed review and complete swatches can be seen here:
on 3/14/2018 8:08:00 AM
The Morphe 35 F Fall Into Frost Eye Shadow Palette is full of some earthy mauves, tans, browns, and even a gold color. Great color options and enough color variations to create a complete eye look. If you don't have a lot of these shades in your collection this is worth picking up. The price is also quite reasonable as well. The formula is workable, too, very buildable and blendable. The only issue I had is one of the darker colors was a bit difficult to remove completely with eye makeup remover. Other than that it is a great palette for your collection. My more detailed review can be seen here:
on 3/12/2018 3:43:00 AM
More reviews by cavi1724
I love morphie and I love the pallet they are omg pigmented sooooo good love it!!!!! would also recommend the coper spice 25A palette.
on 3/6/2018 11:54:00 AM
More reviews by Deandra
I love tiny crease brushes. MAC 221 is one of my favorites but this brush head is even smaller. According to Morphe's web site, the head is composed of natural sable bristles. It's a soft, wispy brush, tapered to a fine point for detailed work. (In the photo I uploaded, it's the brush in the middle.)The M507 is precise but it's also wonderful for diffusing dark shadows in the crease. I get the definition I want without hard edges and without the dark shade migrating all over the lid. I am reaching for this brush every morning and the price is sweet. I've already bought a backup of this brush. I consider it to be a must-have for small eyes and for mildly hooded eyes. Only $6 and available at Ulta.
on 3/6/2018 11:41:00 AM
Even though it's called a crease brush, I like to use M321 to highlight the inner corners of the eyes. It can also be used for a cut crease. If I have a shadow that's not strongly pigmented, this brush helps me intensify the color because the bristles are densely packed and the small head allows me to control placement better than I can with a big, fluffy blending brush. The handle is longer than some of Morphe's other eye brushes, but not so long that it's hitting the mirror when I use it.The best part is that it's only $3. Definitely worth it.For softly blending the crease, I prefer another Morphe brush, the M507. That one is a tiny tapered crease brush which is better than the Bullet at diffusing dark colors. I love the M507 so much that I bought a backup. According to Ulta's web site, the Bullet Crease Brush is made of natural hairs, so it's not vegan. However, if that's not a factor for you when buying makeup tools, the brush is a bargain.
on 3/3/2018 1:07:00 AM
More reviews by Sgoosie
I don't have the Mac 217 but I heard this was a dupe I did my research and I had a coupon at ulta so I ordered it it is a good brush I've had it since December it does bleand but does not pick up product it's a good buy for six dollars
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