Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Review, Swatches & Tutorial

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Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Review Swatches Tutorial


The highly anticipated Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette has finally landed in the UK! As the international shipping costs were way to high to order this palette when it was first released I was very excited to see that Beauty Bay will now be stocking it and was so happy to finally get my hands on it. I have seen many reviews and tutorials using the Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette and being a Jaclyn Hill fan I had to try the collaboration out for myself and share my review swatches and tutorial using the Palette!

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Review Swatches Tutorial

 First off the packaging is very pretty a white card material palette which I much prefer to their usual palettes. The Jaclyn Hill Palette does come in a protective sleeve however once you remove the bubble wrap from the palette the sleeve is then unfortunately to large. I would prefer to have a fitting sleeve, with it being white I know it will become quite messy quickly especially with me using it! 

Inside there are 35 gorgeous shades, I absolutely love the shade range I think they look much nicer in real life than in pictures. The Jaclyn Hill x Morphe Palette has the prefect range of tones from warm browns and golds, to cooler greens and even brighter shades for a pop of colour. With different finishes from matte to more metallic and shimmery finishes the looks you could create with this palette are endless. This could easily be your everyday eyeshadow palette and smokey eye palette to. 

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Swatches
Top Row (left to right) Enlight, Beam, Silk Creme, M.F.E.O, Faint, Sissy, Little Lady

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Swatches
Second Row (left to right) Creamsicle, Butter, Pooter, Pukey, Hunts, Firework, Queen

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Swatches
Third Row (left to right) Obsessed, S.B.N, Hillster, Roxanne, Jacz, Buns, Cranapple

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Swatches
Fourth Row (left to right) Royalty, Twerk, Hustle, Meeks, 24/7, Chip, Mocha

Jaclyn Hill X Morphe Palette Swatches
Bottom Row (left to right) Pool Party, Jada, Diva, Enchanted, Central Park, Soda Pop, Abyss

Being my first time using the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe palette I was amazed at the pigmentation, all of the shades I used were very rich in colour and were very easy to blend. Having never used Morphe eyeshadows before I do not know if there is any difference in the feel or formula but from this palette I was very impressed. From swatching each shade they all felt very creamy, for eyeshadows which are very pigmented I did not experience much fall out which surprised me, a big bonus! The matte shades blended beautifully and it was very easy to build up the intensity, the more shimmery eyeshadows I feel work better applied with your finger or a wet brush for the best finish. 

I hope you like my Jaclyn Hill x Morphe Palette tutorial, I decided to go a little out of my comfort zone and create a blue cut crease using the palette. I loved how the look turned out and am looking forward to using this over the winter especially those cranberry shades!


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