Posted on Tuesday, at • bought • 110 views
I’m not tapped in to the pulse of the online beauty community. I have my handful of blogs that I visit (fewer and fewer now that people don’t keep and maintain blogrolls), and a handful of vloggers that I watch, and I frequent two subfora (muacjdiscussion and indiemakeupandmore) on Reddit, so if I hear of a thing it’s pretty widely known already. That said, I’ve been hearing for years how Morphe is shady, they’re suspected of private-labelling from really inexpensive sources and then marking the items up an absurd amount, their quality is questionable…and, of course, “Never trust anyone with a Morphe code.” As my country was starting to think about planning to lift lockdown restrictions (June 2021), I decided…okay, what’s the what? How bad are Morphe’s products? Let’s see just how not-good these are. I saw two Morphe palettes that I really wanted, and got them.
I got the 35F Fall Into Frost about two months before its big rebranding/reshuffling. I was drawn to this palette for two reasons: it had smokier reds, browns, purples, and golds that looked interesting, and it was discounted by a third of its original price. Most of the colors are shimmers, which suited me because in my experience, the lesser-quality makeup companies’ shimmer eyeshadows perform better (sometimes far better) than their mattes.
This kit contained 35 colors, arranged in five rows of 7 colors each:
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