Since collaborating with Jaclyn Hill, MannyMUA and a range of other beauty influencers, Morphe has become the company on everyone’s lips. There’s been good and bad speculation about Morphe, so I decided to try them out for myself.
I purchased 5 Morphe brushes, a corrector wheel and the infamous 350 palette, to try out for myself (despite shipping to Australia being near $30!).
Watch my video or keep reading for more information on the products I bought and my first impressions.
Here in Australia, an eyeshadow palette is usually upward of $80, so for $22 this pallette is a steal!
However, as I mention in my video, the shimmer shades are a lot more pigmented than the matte shades.
I am in love with the coco, no but seriously I’m in love with the wearable warm neutral shades.
I’m also really excited to create some burnt orange looks with this palette so expect some makeup tutorials from me soon!
As you see in the video I was most excited for the blush and highlighter brush. Made popular by Jaclyn Hill, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on these bad boys. They do feel of good quality, even though they were cheap as chips. I personally love the brushes with the matte black handles.
The brushes are also super soft, however, the longer hair brushes are of course, a lot softer than the shorter haired brushes.
MORPHE E4 – ANGLED CONTOUR BRUSH $13.99
MORPHE M501 – PRO POINTED BLENDER $7.99
MORPHE M505 – TAPERED BLENDER $5.99
MORPHE E22 – PRO POINTED BLENDER $7.99
MORPHE G13 – BLENDING FLUFF BRUSH $6.99
MORPHE 6C – CORRECTOR WHEEL – $6.99
MORPHE 350 – 35 COLOUR NATURE GLOW EYESHADOW PALLETTE $22.99
International Economy (5 business days) $ 27.04
Coming to a Total of 100.33 of my hard earned dollars.
Once I’ve used the products and broken them in a bit more, I’ll get back to you with an updated review. However, my first impressions of the Morphe products are a big thumbs up from me.
Let me know your thoughts on Morphe in the comments down below, I would love to hear from you!