Morphe Pressed Pigments Collection

Morphe Pressed Pigments Collection

I love the Morphe Pressed Pigments so much, and already owned four shades which I featured here, but I was so wowed by them I had to purchase more shades. The Morphe Pressed Pigments are only £4.99 each and are available from Beauty Chamber, but in my opinion they’re better than the Makeup Geek Foiled Eyeshadows which are £7.95 each but only contain 1.8 grams. The Morphe Pressed Pigments are made with over 80% of pure pigments to deliver intense colour payoff without the fallout and inconvenience of a loose pigment, and can be used either wet or dry. Each of the pigments are packaged within circular, black plastic pans with clear lids. I am going to depot all nine of the shades I own and pop them in a Morphe Empty Magnetic Palette as it’ll make it much easier to use multiple shades rather than opening different lids. I have swatches of all five of my new shades, as well as my existing four shades of my Morphe Pressed Pigments Collection…

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The top swatch picture are the swatches of the five newest shades within my Morphe Pressed Pigments Collection; Socially Broken, Rodeo Drive, So Chic & Polish, Dress to Impress and Coffee & Drama, and the second swatch picture are the shades I already owned so you can see the nine shades together. As you can probably tell, I love neutral shades but there are more colourful, bolder shades within the shade range too. I think I exhausted all the possible adjectives to describe how amazing the Morphe Pressed Pigments are in my previous post, they really are amazing shadows which can even be used as highlighters depending on the shades you choose, and your skintone. I can’t believe they’re just £4.99 each as they’re so intensely pigmented, and I love every single makeup look I make when using them, and I have to stop myself from buying the whole shade range,

Have you ever tried any of the shades from the Morphe Pressed Pigments Collection?

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