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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Review: Morphe 24G Palette

Hey Guys,
Today I'm going to share my thoughts on the Morphe 24G palette. I originally wanted the Morphe 39A palette but it was limited edition and sold out on both the Ulta and Morphe sites. When this palette came out, I thought it was nice but wanted to wait until it was for sale on the Ulta site so that I could take advantage of my rewards and their coupons. I recently picked it up during the Ulta 20% off sale and am reading to share my thoughts!

Review: Morphe 24G Palette
Here is what is said about this palette on the Morphe site:
"Rock endless looks with the Morphe 24G Grand Glam Eyeshadow Palette, featuring 24 crazy-creamy, powerfully pigmented eyeshadows. Day or night, wet or dry, these neutral and bronze shades go the distance. And since a Morphe Babe loves to play, Morphe sized these matte and metallic wonders up 2.2x for double the pleasure."
Review: Morphe 24G Palette
Morphe's website also gives some tips for using these shadows:
These eyeshadows can give you a highlight high that works with your complexion
Glazed (fair-to-light skin tone)
·         Crystal (medium skin tone)
·         Dream (medium-to-dark skin tone)
Bronze OR contour with:
·         Creamer (fair-to-light skin tone)
·         Frenchy (medium skin tone) 
·         Mojo (medium-to-dark skin tone)
PRO TIP: Glitz not only provides a pop of color for your eyes, it also can werk as a blush!"

Here is a close up of the shadows:
Review: Morphe 24G Palette

ROW 1:
  • Crystal (golden sheen)
  • Glazed (iced champagne)
  • Dream (sparkling copper)
  • Chewy (shimmering bronze)
  • Marble (glitzy rose gold)
  • Spiffy (matte antique rose)
ROW 2:
  • Creamer (matte sand dune)
  • Frenchy (matte nutmeg)
  • Mojo (matte earthen clay)
  • Glitz (matte fiery coral)
  • Brassy (matte red clay)
  • Mooch (dusty reddish mauve)
ROW 3:
  • Glossy (sparkling rosé)
  • Shiba (rich metallic cocoa)
  • Steady (gilded raspberry)
  • Boxy (mocha metal)
  • Magic (burnt rose shimmer)
  • Sunshiny (glimmering flame)
ROW 4:
  • Baked (matte milk chocolate)
  • Pitch (gilded vintage petal)
  • Flirty (matte reddish terracotta)
  • Richest (mega shimmering bronze)
  • Brew (matte deep blackberry)
  • Brownie (matte dark chocolate)
Here are swatches of the shadows:

Rows 1&2
Review: Morphe 24G Palette
 with flash
Review: Morphe 24G Palette
without flash
Rows 3 &4
Review: Morphe 24G Palette
 with flash
Review: Morphe 24G Palette
without flash

Below is a simple everyday look that I created using this palette. I wish I took pics of the more dramatic looks I've created but I forgot. I will be posting looks on Instagram in the future. Maybe even a tutorial using this palette it if anyone is interested.
Review: Morphe 24G Palette

Review: Morphe 24G Palette

Review: Morphe 24G Palette

Review: Morphe 24G Palette

On to my thoughts:
At first glance, these shadow pans are HUGE.  I thought this was great. Especially if you always hit pan on transition shades. The palette is $29.00 which is a great price. I got it at Ulta for 20% off which makes this an even better value. All of the colors are so gorgeous. I purchased a different small 9 pan palette around Christmas and ended up returning it because I didn't think the shadows were that pigmented and creamy compared to other Morphe palettes that I have. That is not the case with this palette. All the colors are so pigmented, vibrant, and creamy. I would say the consistency is very similar to the shadows in the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette. I have been so pleased with all the looks that I have created with this palette. The colors blend beautifully and last all day long without creasing or fading. The shimmery colors I  apply with my finger for the best pigmentation. However, they are still pretty pigmented with a brush as well. I do prefer this packaging over the old one. Even though its cardboard and not plastic, it still feels more high end. Overall, I am so pleased with this palette and so glad that I picked it up. I highly recommend it especially if you love the quality of the shadows in the Jaclyn Hill palette. I definitely plan to purchase some of their new blush and bronzer palettes next!

What do you think of this palette? Post your comments below

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