If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know how much I love Morphe as a brand and I have quite a lot of their brushes and palettes; all of which are amazing. I am fully aware that the majority of Morphe’s products are private label but that doesn’t take away the fact that they’re incredible quality, for a very low price and I’m yet to be disappointed by anything I’ve tried.
The Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette is without a doubt, their most coveted product and it’s always out of stock which just makes us lust after it even more so I was beyond thrilled when I finally got my hands on it thanks to Beauty Chamber and they’ve very kindly given me a second Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette to giveaway so I can make somebody else equally thrilled as it’s an extremely beautiful palette.
The 35 pan palettes are super popular and they always without fail sell out quickly, so I’d recommend bookmarking this page to keep checking for when Beauty Chamber have restocked or added new additions. Alternatively you could follow them on Instagram for stock updates which is what I did and swiftly placed my order for the Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette without a second thought – I don’t think I’ve ever checked out an order as quick in my life but it was worth it because it was finally mine. The Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette is £22.95 and contains 35 generously sized pans, with a mixture of shimmer, matte, satin and foiled finish shadows.
The Morphe Brushes Palettes are packaged within slim, black plastic palettes which are lightweight are rather large which does make them an hassle to store if you own multiple palettes like myself but in my opinion, the hassle is more than justified as the quality and pigmentation is just amazing for the price.
I have seen a few Youtube tutorials on how to depot the palettes but I’m not brave enough to try it myself, and I like having them all in one palette as they contain a great mix of tones and finishes so you can very easily create a multitude of looks within the palette without needing to reach for other palettes.
Each of the palettes have a small silver sticker on the back with the name “Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette” but to make it easier, I used a metallic marker to write it on the front so I could tell them apart without having to turn them all over.
1 – a matte pale cream.
2 – a satin pale champagne.
3 – a shimmery champagne.
4 – a warm bronze shimmer.
5 – a warm brown matte.
6 – a mustardy brown matte.
7 – a burnt copper matte.
8 – a pale beige matte.
9 – a light cream shimmer with a subtle pink shift.
10 – a pale gold shimmer.
11 – a light brown matte.
12 – a light orangey brown matte with subtle silver shimmer – but the shimmer doesn’t translate onto the lids.
13 – a milk chocolate brown matte.
14 – a terracotta matte.
15 – a light warm toned brown matte.
16 – a cool toned light brown matte.
17 – a cool toned chocolate brown matte.
18 – a reddy toned brown matte.
19 – a shimmery reddy brown.
20 – a foiled champagne.
21 – a matte copper.
22 – a rich dark brown shimmer.
23 – a foiled golden brown.
24 – a deep brown matte.
25 – a chocolate brown matte.
26 – a foiled reddy brown.
27 – a satin copper (the least pigmented shade in the palette)
28 – a warm brown matte.
29 – a deep brown with red shimmer (quite crumbly & messy to work with)
30 – a neutral brown matte.
31 – a dark brown matte.
32 – a warm dark brown matte.
33 – a cool dark brown matte.
34 – a shimmery reddy brown.
35 – a foiled copper.
I feel like the Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette’s swatches speak for themselves – they are incredibly pigmented, and as a whole are very smooth and buttery. Just like any palette, there are a couple of misses (mainly shade #27 & #29) but even then they’re only a little disappointing when you compare them to the quality in the remainder of the palette. I absolutely love the mixture of warm and cool toned within the palette especially as it’s mainly a warmer toned palette but it becomes a lot more versatile thanks to the mixture of tones and finishes.
I cannot recommend the Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette enough, and I’d even go as far to say that it’s the best Morphe Palette I’ve tried and I just can’t get my head around the fact it’s only £22.95 as it makes each shadow just 65 pence which is just insane. I know how hard it is to try and catch this palette in stock so make sure you enter my giveaway below, for a chance to win your very own 35O Palette…
I have one Morphe Brushes 35O Eyeshadow Palette to give away to one lucky person thanks to Beauty Chamber, so if you’d like to enter my giveaway please make sure you read the terms and conditions prior to entering the Rafflecopter widget. There are some mandatory entry options which must be completed as a minimum to enter my giveaway, (Follow both Beauty Chamber and Miss Makeup Magpie on Instagram) but there are also some additional optional entry steps which will earn you further entries should you want to complete them..
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Terms and Conditions
– This giveaway is open internationally and I will be shipping the prize myself via Royal Mail within 14 days of receipt of the winner’s details.
– One winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter, and the lucky winner will win a Morphe 35O Eyeshadow Palette worth £22.95.
– Entrants under 18 must seek parental permission before entering this giveaway.
– There is no purchase necessary to enter this giveaway.
– ALL entries will be checked and verified, with any incomplete, false or duplicate entries being removed from the giveaway entirely.
– Beauty Chamber very kindly gifted me the palette in order to run the giveaway.
– The winner will be notified by the email address given and will have 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, an alternative winner will be selected via Rafflecopter’s randomiser. Prizes will be fulfilled within 30 days of the winner being notified when I’m sending the prize myself.
– This is not a sponsored giveaway.
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