It has been such a long time since I’ve done a proper makeup review (too long, if you ask me), and so I decided today to review my recently purchased Morphe 35O Palette. This is the palette that absolutely everyone is talking about, if you have even the most remote interest in makeup you will have heard of this. It’s incredibly tricky to get your hands on – it sells out super fast whenever it comes back into stock – and even has sibling palettes with the exact same shades but in matte and shimmer finishes. I chose to grab the 35O Palette with both matte and shimmer finish shadows (best of both worlds, right?), and was over the moon that I finally had managed to get my hands on this stunning palette.
If you know me or you’ve been reading my blog for a long time, you will know that this palette was made for me. Love is an understatement when it comes to my feelings on warm-toned shadows, they are my whole entire life and I almost exclusively purchase warm-toned palettes. I have a serious obsession, so if you offer me 35 shadows that are all (more or less) on the warm spectrum? Sign me straight up, I am in heaven.
I already own and adore the Morphe 35T Palette, so I knew to have high expectations in terms of quality. Not only does this palette have so many diverse shades which are all super wearable (!!), it delivers on pigmentation. Morphe shadows are honestly some of the most pigmented I’ve ever tried – even the matte shades are super intense, and we all know how weak some matte shadows can be.
Morphe continue to shock me with how incredible their products are at such a reasonable price; £23.50 for thirty five shadows is crazy amazing and is just another reason why you need this palette in your life. I cannot talk highly enough about this palette – or, in fact, all of their palettes because they’re all incredible quality. The shade selection is insane, the quality is out of this world and at this price, it’s practically a steal.
Ok, let’s get onto some swatches.
Shade 1 – a light ivory/bone shade with matte finish
Shade 2 – a peach/nude with matte finish
Shade 3 – a champagne shimmer
Shade 4 – an orange-toned gold metallic
Shade 5 – a warm-toned taupe with matte finish
Shade 6 – a warm-toned olive/brown with matte finish
Shade 7 – a vibrant orange with matte finish
Shade 1 – a subdued yellow/cream shade with matte finish
Shade 2 – a light gold/pink duochrome
Shade 3 – a true gold shimmer
Shade 4 – a soft terracotta with matte finish
Shade 5 – a deep mustard with matte finish
Shade 6 – a warm brown with matte finish
Shade 7 – a light yellow-toned orange with matte finish
Shade 1 – a warm terracotta with matte finish
Shade 2 – a cool-toned taupe with matte finish
Shade 3 – a deep cool-toned brown with matte finish
Shade 4 – a rust shade with matte finish
Shade 5 – a burnt copper with shimmer finish
Shade 6 – a champagne/gold metallic shimmer
Shade 7 – a bright red/orange with matte finish
Shade 1 – a metallic bronze shimmer
Shade 2 – a metallic olive-gold
Shade 3 – a cool-toned dark brown with matte finish
Shade 4 – a cool-toned light brown with matte finish
Shade 5 – a true bronze shimmer
Shade 6 – a rose gold shimmer
Shade 7 – a rust with matte finish
Shade 1 – a matte dark brown with gold glitter
Shade 2 – a warm-toned medium brown with matte finish
Shade 3 – a warm-toned dark brown with matte finish
Shade 4 – a warm-toned brown with matte finish
Shade 5 – a cool-toned dark brown with matte finish
Shade 6 – a bright orange/copper shimmer
Shade 7 – a warm-toned copper metallic
This palette swatches so beautifully and every shade is incredibly mesmerising. I definitely would recommend purchasing this Morphe palette (or one of the many other palettes if you would prefer a cooler-toned shadow selection), it’s such great value for money and actually has everything you would ever need to create multiple amazing eye looks! Cult Beauty have actually just restocked a bunch of Morphe palettes, so if you’re interested you can grab one here. But be quick, they sell out super fast!
I hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know in the comments if you’ve tried this palette and what your thoughts are on it. See you next time,