Morphe 350 Nature Glow Review

Hey, how’s it going? I wanted to share my thoughts and review on this Morphe palette so let’s jump right in shall we?

First off, I notice how gorgeous it looks, right? And then I see the price and I’m like, $24 for 35 eyeshadows is amazing! And then I try it out…

Description

“Long for a neutral palette of orange and brown undertones? This game-changing Morphe’s 35O Nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette of beyond-creamy eyeshadows should do the trick. Bursting with practically every warm shade under the sun, you’ll be hard pressed to find a shimmer or matte shade you don’t love. From daytime to playtime you can buff, blend, and transition like a boss with these highly pigmented, super-blendable eyeshadows.” — ulta.com

The Good

This palette has a great range of warm oranges and browns as mentioned in the description. I could see myself creating endless looks because of all the shadows. It has a good mix of mattes and shimmery shades.

The Not so Great

When I first tried it out, I noticed a weird smell. I started swatching the shades on my arm. The shadows were smooth but powdery and did have fallout. Some shades didn’t have as much pigment as others did. It took a few tries to get a color swatch to show up. When I used some of the brown and darker shades, I noticed that the color didn’t transfer onto my eyelids as well as the oranges shades did. I had to really dip my brush in multiple times to get the color to show. This caused lots of fallout! The darker shades didn’t perform that great when I tried to blend them. The shimmery shades were disappointing. Usually, using your finger with the shimmery shades is the best way. It looked great when I swatched it, but when I applied it to my eyes, it was just sparkles and no color! Sadly, it barely lasted more than 4-5 hours even with a eyeshadow primer.

Bottom to top: Glow Girl, Pop, Extra, Burnt Spice, Slight

Final Thoughts

Unfortunately, this palette didn’t live up to the hype. In the end, I would go for LORAC or honestly even the Makeup Revolutions palette which is only for $7! Check out my review here if you are interested! Sadly, I don’t find myself reaching for this palette as often as I thought I would. Here’s a quick summary of my thoughts:

  • Powdery
  • Excessive fallout
  • Poor pigmentation
  • Cheap makeup smell
  • Doesn’t stay on long
  • Hard to blend shades
  • Great mix of orange and brown undertones

Thank you for reading!! What are your thoughts on this palette? Do you have any recommendations on what I should try next?

As always, don’t forget to stay Chic Neat and Sweet!

♡, Aditi

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Hi CNS readers! I'm Aditi! Blogging is a really fun way for me to share my ideas and tips to you guys! I'm the type of person who spends hours scrolling through Pinterest. Beauty, food, and lifestyle are my favorite things to talk about!

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