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Happy Saturday everyone!
I’m back today to share with you a recent purchase I have made and have decided to do a review.
I have never purchased anything from Morphe, but after watching Youtube Guru after Youtube Guru swear by these products, I decided to give one a try. I decided to go with the Morphe 35F- Fall into Frost Palette. It is a combination of both matte and metallic colors.
Morphe 35F Palette. (The rose gold brushes are part of a large set from Sephora)
I am so excited to be sharing this palette with you today because the palette is gorgeous! I think it’s a mash up between the Kylie Jenner KyShadow palette and the Anatasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette, plus a few extras. These were two palettes that I wanted to purchase but didn’t want to pay the price tag for, and I’ve heard mixed reviews about the KyShadow palette. I’m not sure if these are exact dupes, but if you want to create very similar looks then I think this palette is a great choice. The Morphe 35F palette was only $22.99 (before shipping) and came with, you guessed it 35 shadows. You can purchase it here.
The first four rows are shimmer/metallic colors, which are beautiful! The last row is all mattes, which I thought resembled the KyShadow Palette. Here is a breakdown of each row as well as swatches:
Row one is a beautiful range of highlight shades for your brow bone, or even as a highlighter for your cheekbones. They would also be pretty packed on the lid.
This photo does the shades no justice. Don’t these colors just scream fall?
I think this row is beautiful and could be a dupe for some of the colors in the Modern Renaissance palette by Anatasia.
This row is beautiful but mainly consists of shades that would be beautiful in the crease or smoking out your eye.
Row 5 is the all matte row. These could easily create a similar look as the KyShadow palette.
Thanks for stopping by! Have you purchased a new palette that you are obsessed with? Let me know in the comments below.