on 7/14/2016 8:36:00 AM
More reviews by dulciexue
This is pretty amazing if you're on a budget because it was $50 ($7 shipping) for two palettes and therefore a crazy amount of colors. My main issue with this palette is simply how inconsistent it is -- even if they are the same finish, different colors can come off amazingly or extremely patchy/chalky. It was 3 a.m., and I decided to depot the two palettes and keep the ones I liked in a Z palette. I swatched ALL of them and I found that, for the most part, the ones with a satin/shimmery finish were my favorites because they were pigmented and smooth. On the other hand, matte ones were typically my least favorite. If you like matte shadows, I would recommend you look elsewhere or just be conscious you have to finagle some of them. If you like shimmery palettes, I would probably recommend 35F because I basically just kept that one and threw away this one.
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on 6/30/2016 12:16:00 PM
More reviews by tagerosan
I bought this palette due to extreme Internet hype. Everybody raves how amazingly pigmented and buttery these shadows are, and honestly I started to doubt if these reviews are for real. Granted, my palette is slightly different, it's the matte version of the one above, and reviewers on YouTube typically swatch several glittering shades, and on dinner swatches they look good. Here is the problem: the matte version sucks! The shadows have no pigmentation, dry, dusty, patchy. You gotta dig and scrape the pan to get some color, but it doesn't translate to the skin. All brown colors look the same on the lids. The packaging is horrendous. I usually don't care much about packaging, but this feels so cheap, like $1 makeup for kids. There is no comparison to UD shadows! This thing is garbage.
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on 6/26/2016 9:38:00 PM
More reviews by SD24
I love this brush it's smooth and really easy to work with! It grabs the right amout of product, and I looove to use this for highlighting and of course blending.
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on 6/26/2016 9:36:00 PM
This brush is so good for everything. To blend your eyeshadow, to blend transition shade, blending concealer and color corrector, I can apply my contour straight of with this below my cheek bones (but don't try blending). It works very well to blend spot concealer and the bristles are so soft and pick up the right amount of product. So worth my money
on 6/26/2016 9:08:00 PM
This brush is giving me hard time to blend any kind of formula of contour products. If you apply too much on the brush you can't blend it away.
on 6/25/2016 9:14:00 PM
More reviews by lovepinkcourtney
Some of y'all have not read morphe's website. They discontinued the price labeling service as of February 1, 2016. Lucky for me, I purchased a palette after that date and I am in love with this palette.
on 6/16/2016 6:50:00 PM
More reviews by Sandicious
Fantastic palette. Don't be put off by the price, they are just as good as high end. U.K. readers can buy morphe from cult beauty for roughly £20. Must have!
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on 6/8/2016 11:22:00 AM
The palette has a great selection of colours, not just for bronzing. I use the yellow shade(1) for my highlight but mostly to set under my eyes and smile lines, the shimmery pink colour(2), the shimmery yellow-ish colour(3) and the shimmery brown colour(8) as highlighters. I would use 4 and 5 as blushes but I don't use shimmey blushes because of my acne (and shimmery powders are never good with these). all of the other colours I use to bronze up my face of course. I love the fact that there are a few different finish's in the palette (matte, shimmery, velvet..)the colours are great but I feel like some of them are maybe.. too pigmented. you gotta blend ALOT, so if you put a little too much- you gotta start over. anyways, last for a long time, but I would not buy this again because I now realize that bronzers-blushes-highlights-illuminators that come in a compact are better for me, idk+in the pictures I attached the colours come off alot lighter. I also use these colours as transition shades and it looks fantastic. I love the fact that these colour are like multi use
on 6/7/2016 1:30:00 PM
More reviews by ChristinaTheAstonishing
Go onto Ebay and save yourself $20 by buying direct from China. Or save up for a reliable higher-end palette.I bought into the hype and ended up with this and the much-coveted Jaclyn Hill palette and seriously, WHY?Is it an awful palette? No.Is it a good palette? No, I really don't think it is.Is it a "meh" palette that will get you through the occasion? It surely is. You can get just about any eye-shadow to work if you use a primer and the right brushes, so this isn't beyond hope by any means. It's just that if I had a time-machine I'd take the money and save it for something worthwhile.Disappointed in Dullsville.
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on 6/7/2016 12:58:00 PM
More reviews by Dangermooney
Out of all the products I have purchased in the past year, I haven't seen any as hyped up as this. It's one of those products that can be very hard to find, as it doesn't restock often, adding to the mystique of it. Well, that hype train ran me over at full speed. I purchased this palette on impulse when I saw it was in stock, and I have some thoughts on it. Orange you glad I did?? (get it? because it's orange based... Ok let's get going.)So let's start with the positives! Firstly, the colour selection is very vast. There is something in here for everyone. The colours are very on trend, since warm shadows seem to be the aesthetic right now. Secondly, the shadows are not super difficult to blend. This is a big plus for me because I don't always wanna sit there with my brush looking like a dang windshield wiper. Aaaaaand the negatives. Bare with me, because this might get a tad long winded. Firstly, if you live anywhere other than the USA, this palette is not a great deal. With shipping and conversion to CAD, I paid $57 for it. That's over double the price as it would be regularly. Secondly, as blendable as the shadows are, the quality is not consistent. Some of the shadows barely have any pigment, while some of them go on like butter. Thirdly, even though the colour selection is really good, a lot of the colours repeat themselves. Especially the darker colours. I personally think this palette would have been a better investment had the selection been a tad smaller. And lastly, the ingredients. The shadows do contain Kaolin and mineral oil. I don't have particularly sensitive eyes so this isn't a huge problem for me, but it could be problematic for some.In conclusion... I know this is going to be an unpopular opinion, but I don't believe this is worth the hype. Is it a good palette? Yes. Is it the "be all end all" of palettes? Absolutely not.
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on 5/22/2016 6:47:00 PM
More reviews by Foxkit
I also highly recommended the 350M. Having used both the original and the matte palette I would choose the matte version hands down. Was so impressed with the blend ability of the darker shades, especially when even expensive high end dark shadows can be bothersome when it comes to blending. Pigmentation is very good, with vast majority of palette having vivid single swatch pay-off. Excellent stuff Morphe!
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on 5/19/2016 2:24:00 PM
More reviews by Deandra
I bought this Morphe brush last winter, mainly because I wanted to expand my brush collection to include more synthetics. This is related to my desire to buy cruelty free products. However, this particular brush is a disappointment. The bristles were soft enough, though not nearly as soft as the synthetic brushes IT Cosmetics sells at Ulta. The shape is angled for contouring. It's workable, although I prefer some of my fan brushes to this. The handle is gunmetal grey - not unattractive. The price was only $16 during a sale. So why am I tossing it? I was trained as a makeup artist. I use professional brush cleaner, and I hang my little darlings upside down in a brush tree to dry. I have brushes from many different companies, many of them made at some of the best factories in Japan, some in Italy, mostly natural hair but some synthetic as well. My brushes are pampered and loved. Some of them I've had for fifteen years and they're still in good condition despite constant use. This Morphe brush, less than a year old, is shedding in big clumps. Into the trash it goes. I'm not motivated to try other Morphe brushes after this. Next time I'll try Sigma.
on 5/18/2016 2:29:00 PM
More reviews by Ymxo
This pallete is so overhyped I don't understand what's the big deal about this pallet sure it has nice colors but most of the colors are chalky and hard to blend they might be in nicely pigmented for the price but with the shipping that you have to pay it's almost not worth it you might as well buy a high end pallete I got this pallet because it was so overhyped and I was so excited it took about two weeks to get to my house and when I got it I just watched all the colors the only colors that are truly creamy and nice feeling are the shimmer ones, I got this pallet because it was so overhyped and I was so excited it took about two weeks to get to my house and when I got a swatched all the colors the only colors that are truly creamy and nice feeling are the shimmer ones honestly I would recommend this for beginners because of its price point but this is nowhere near a high end palette UPDATE: So I've had this pallet for about two months now and it's my every day pallet because of all the neutral shade I haven't hit pan on any of the shade but I will see the mat shades are not very creamy but they are very good for the price I would recommend pallet to anyone because of the price point you are getting 35 eyeshadows for $23 plus shipping and you can Use a discount code which is always good missionary shades are amazing but I don't find myself using any of the really dark shades on the bottom rows so I us use a discount code which is always good that shimmer shades are amazing but I don't find myself using any of the really dark shades on the bottom rows so I I mostly focus on the top three rows of shadows overall really good for the price
on 5/18/2016 1:36:00 PM
I bought the matte palette and I absolutely love it! The shadows are extremely blendable and pigmented, the wide rage of colours is perfect for those who don't like to blend a lot, and they last for a long time without smudging or whatever even if you're not wearing a primer. Any one who ever thought of buying this palette or the original 350, you should defenitely get it when it's back in stock!!I wouldn't recommend the shimmer palette because usually when doing your eye makeup, the shimmery colors are less used rather than mattes.I also think that there are too many dark browns instead of of medium toned browns, you can totally sense that something like this is missing.
on 5/9/2016 8:20:00 PM
More reviews by Blonde2326
I own this and the new 350s and I love it I am wearing it as I type this lol.it is a must have I love shimmer lid so I had to order the new 350s to go along with my original 310 I managed to snag up 3 weeks ago.the rust color and I love golds for my blue eyes if u have blue or green eyes your eye color will pop so much !I never got as many compliment on my eye color thru even picture as I did with using this pallet .worth every penny and so affordable for 36 shadows all good high pigmented .I paid only 20 since had coupon for 2.50 off so worth it shipping is a bit high for 9.75 for one pallet but if order 2 or 3 it worth ship so I try to now order only if can order more than one.but yes this is a must have if u love rose gold rusty and golds
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