Morphe 35F - Fall Into Frost Palette!
morphe never fails...
Hey guys... if you read my blog regularly, you've probably noticed that I love Morphe Cosmetics. In my experience of the brand, I now have 4 eyeshadow palettes and not one of them have disappointed so far.
After being on the waiting list for months on Cult Beauty, I finally got the email that the 35F Fall Into Frost palette was back in stock. I can honestly say I've never ordered something so fast in my life! I ended up paying around £28 including delivery from Cult, which is a bit more than I've previously paid with Beauty Bay... but I couldn't not buy it!
This palette, has well and truly blown my expectations. I expected some lovely shimmers and pretty shades as seen from the images available, but the display images really do not do this palette enough justice. This palette is my most versatile palette by Morphe by far. It has a range of champagne shimmers, ranging from really pale to more golden which make for the perfect inner corner highlight for every skin tone, as well as being amazing face highlighters. There's shimmery golds, purples, greens, pinks and browns, along with a full spectrum of brown matte shades which are perfect transition colours- again for every skin tone- and leading to a matte black which is one of my favourite components of the palette! Matte black is a must.
The pigment of these shadows is just as strong and as good a pay off as all the other Morphe palettes. The shimmers are so true to colour, as you can see from the swatches above, and they're not chunky in the slightest! A lot of the shimmers are really buildable too, so you can vary the intensity depending on what you'd like. I love the texture of Morphe shadows, all the shades are really creamy, so they blend in so well together and it's so easy to create a spotlight eye because of how well they blend.
I honestly can't find a better value for money palette, than all of the Morphe palettes. For those of you who don't know, there are 35 absolutely amazing shades in every palette, great pigment and blendability (is that a word?!) for £20-30 is just unheard of. This is quite a bold statement, BUT I'm starting to think the 35F could become my favourite Morphe palette, and take over as my No.1 from the famous 35O!
Have any of you tried the 35F yet or still on the waiting list?! I can't wait to see all the new beauties that Morphe continues to bring out, I am genuinely in love. If you think there's another palette I'd love, whether from Morphe or another brand, let me know in the comments!
Lots of love, Megan xo