I’ve always been a massive fan of Morphe and have been for a good four years and it’s amazing to see how far the brand has come. I remember when they were almost solely a makeup brush brand when they were Morphe Brushes, and they’ve since rebranded to just Morphe and they’ve gone from strength to strength following their most recent rebrand. Morphe left Cult Beauty a month or so ago, however the big exciting news is… Morphe is back! Cult Beauty x Morphe are once more, and as of the 28th of August, you can find all of the new Morphe products over on Cult Beauty so sit tight whilst I run you through a selection of products you can find on site and products I’m currently lusting after.
I currently own twelve Morphe Palettes but they’re all the old style palettes, however they’re still amazing quality especially for the price. The new palettes however look incredible, and I’m so excited about the new, super sleek rebrand. I’m loving all of the new Morphe launches within the last couple of months, and I am particularly excited about the new Jaclyn Hill collaborations. I’ve never had any of the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe collaborations but I’m lusting after her 35 pan palette, her palette vault and her amazing brushes which I’m hoping will be launching at Cult Beauty too.
The Morphe 39A Dare to Create Eyeshadow Palette £34 is a beast of palette – it’s huge! The cardboard palette contains 32 highly pigmented powder eyeshadows in a range of finishes, and 7 super sized transitional shades. The shades are laid out in colour families which I think makes the palette so appealing as it inspires me to want to be creative. The palette contains a range of matte, shimmer, satin and foil shades in neutrals, berries, blues, greens and smokey shades. I thought this was a limited edition palette launched as part of their holiday collection so I’m delighted it’s back as it’s such a stunning palette and I can’t wait to do a full review and swatch post here on my blog very soon.
No Cult Beauty X Morphe post would be complete without some of their brushes. I have lots of the Morphe brushes and I can’t sing their praises enough, and they’re even sleeker than before with the rebrand with their matte black handles, and silver font. These three brushes are; Morphe Under Eye Bullet Brush M536 £9 which has a nice tapered design for blending under the eyes, Morphe Pro Firm Blending Fluff Brush M433 £7 for amazing blending and Morphe Pro Firm Blending Crease Brush M441 £7 for crease work. The M433 is slightly flatter in shape for applying shadow to the lids whereas the M441 is more rounded for blending through the crease, and along the lashline.
The Morphe Continuous Setting Spray £15 has been on my wishlist for such a long time so I’m delighted to finally be able to give it a try. This is unique to other setting sprays as it’s an aerosol can which claims to be a micro-fine mist that prevents fading, caking and melting. It’s suitable for use over powders and liquids to create a flawless and luminous complexion that lasts all day. I’ve never tried an aerosol setting spray so I don’t know how it differs to a pump bottle setting spray but I’m looking forward to testing it out.
Next up I have the Morphe 8W Warm Master Blush Palette £20 which contains eight large 3.5g powder blushes. The palette contains eight warm toned blushes in both matte and shimmer finishes, with the shimmer finishes in the top row and the matte shades along the bottom. I really like blush palettes as you can mix shades together, and there is another blush palette – the 8C Cool Pro Blush Palette which contains eight cool toned blush shades. These shades look so pretty and peachy, and although the crazy bold Provocative shade scares me slightly, I will do a full post very soon.
Morphe now have individual powder highlighters with their High Impact Highlighter which is available in six shades and is £14. I have the shade Lit which is a bold, yellow toned gold which I imagine would look stunning on deep skintones, but the swatches I’ve seen online look stunning. I am a massive lip gloss fan and would happily wear only lip gloss for the rest of my life so the new Morphe Lip Glosses are right up my street, especially this pretty nude Boho £9 as the perfect everyday shade and the packaging is so sleek and luxurious for £9. The last product I have to show you is the Morphe Eyelid Primer £10 and I had no idea Morphe had an eyeshadow primer. It’s described as being a sheer primer which locks your eyeshadow in place for upto 12 hours, and I like the tube packaging.
There are quite a few Morphe products on my wishlist right now with the Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette being my number one pick as it’s so amazing and I’ll definitely be adding it to my basket come pay day. Morphe have just launched a fab brow range, and they have an Arch Obsessions Brow Kit for £20 containing multiple brow products; pencil, gel, highlighter, brush and setting gel which is such a great price. The third pick would be the Morphe Blushing Babes Palette in the shade Pop of Coral, and it’s only £12 for three gorgeous peachy toned blushes.
I’d love to know which products are on your wishlist now Cult Beauty X Morphe are a thing once more, and make sure you head over to their website to check out the huge range of Morphe products on offer.All products featured on Gemma Etc. are PR samples or gifted items, unless otherwise indicated. This post may contain affiliate links. If you wish to find out more, please see my Disclaimer within my navigation bar.