Morphe Cosmetics was founded in 2008 in Los Angeles, CA by Chris and Linda Tawil. It began with a line of makeup brushes, and continued with adding lip color and eyeshadow palettes.

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60 products

263 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Morphe Reviews

Palettes -Morphe -8C Cool Pro Blush Palette

on 12/8/2018 8:36:00 AM


This is the first product I have ever bought from Morphe. I'm a palette collector and when I saw this was a cool toned blush palette I really wanted to try it. About me NW20 or a touch below, blonde hair, green eyes, and very cool undertones for reference. Every shade in this just works for me and I love how they are all cool toned. On top of that they last on my skin all day. The shades and you get 8 in total are just beautiful. They go from a light peach to a lovely deep berry tone. My favorite shades are Free which is a lovely satin pink, and It Girl which is a lovely pinky peach. The darker shades apply so well not patchy and they blend so easily.

So for me I love this blush palette because the shades last all day without fading. The colours are not powdery or chalky, nor do they kick up a lot of powder. I'm actually very impressed because I read that Morphe can be hit or miss. This I use everyday because no matter what shade I use it works with my cool skin tone. I think this would be great for pale ladies as this seems that it's geared towards those with lighter skin tones.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Eye Shadow -Morphe -25B Bronzed Mocha

on 12/5/2018 10:37:00 PM

I don’t like this at all. Yes the price is great but the eyeshadows are hard to use and nothing like the amazing eyeshadows you’d think they would be according to influencers always shilling morphe. They blend into patchy muddy one color and they all look like the same color on the eyes. The shimmers are pretty but that’s it. The light colors are fine to set my eyes with. I don’t understand the hype with morphe, tarte, or colourpop eyeshadow. I’m a fan of bare minerals too faced and melt cosmetics eyeshadow for reference

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Palettes -Morphe -Armed & Gorgeous Eyeshadow Palette

on 12/5/2018 9:28:00 AM


I am shocked. I really like this palette! I fully expected to hate it and return it but I really enjoy it.
So was drawn to the color story. I’ve really wanted a good olive green that looks green on my eye-so many turn brown or grey on me. I like the oranges and browns and interesting shades of gold. I’ve had several dud palettes lately that I’ve returned. I saw a lot of mixed reviews and historically I dislike Morphe-I passionately hated their singles. But I finally got this one from Ulta so when I hated it I could return it.
I have loved every look I had done with this palette. So the mattes are a little silicony feeling but not too waxy. They blend well and are a little powdery and thick but apply just fine. I use it over bare primer or concealer. I never set with powder. They build nicely which is a huge deal breaker for me if they don’t. I require my eyeshadows to stick to each other, build, and mix. And these mattes do that just fine. And the green stays green and true to pan color!
The shimmers are firmly packed and creamy feeling. I use my finger on all of them and get really nice color pay off. Except VIP, I use a dense tiny brush for the inner corner with that shade. They are really nice colors. Coin turns almost chartreuse green on me. And chauffeur is a gorgeous warm orangy gold. VIP is super bright and white so it makes a great inner corner highlight.
Is this my favorite formula, no. But it’s pretty good. And for the price, it’s really good! I’m totally wanting bling boss now which I did not see coming.

Eye Shadow -Morphe -The Vault Collection - Bling Boss Eyeshadow Palette


I'll keep this short. I think it's pretty and nice. Love the colors Gem, Sparks, Berry Treasure and Pizzazz especially.

Two thoughts-

packaging would be better if it had a slot for a brush in it, even with a crappy brush, but I can live with that because there is a mirror.

Secondly, the nude colored highlighters would be more versatile if they were more diverse in undertone-they're all pretty similar, but oh, well. For the price, I can't complain. If you need a purple, red, blingly palette, this could do the trick.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Eye Shadow -Morphe -The Vault - Dark Magic Eyeshadow Palette

on 11/20/2018 9:58:00 AM


So I had really high hopes for this palette. I have been in the market for something with a more unique color variety than the cool-toned/bronze neutrals that are permeating the market and I thought this was the answer to my prayers. However, the color payout that you get does not align with the colors that are seen in the palette. It takes pressing hard on the pan with a brush, for even the matte shades, to get even a hint of the color you see in the pan. also the colors are not what they appear to be. The color 'inside job' looks pretty green in the pan but applies a more blue-teal color which is not what I expected or even wanted. Its not nearly as green as it leads on. Also the more khaki green 'potion' applies like a lime green. The shimmer shades also take a lot of effort to yield color with. I had to wet my brush and dip several times to even get the shade on the brush which shouldn't have been so difficult. I honestly expected better quality compared to other morphe non-collab palettes however it just wasn't there. I'm still gonna try and use it and I didn't hate what I got color wise, It just wasn't what I expected.

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