5 Gorgeous Looks To Create With Your Morphe 35O Palette

My love affair with the Morphe 35O palette has stood the test of time. I waxed lyrical about it when I purchased it last year (review here), and I’m still just as obsessed with it now. I think it’s so versatile and such great quality for the price. Having said that, all of the colours are warm neutrals and as beautiful as they are, it can get a little monotonous.

With that in mind, and knowing that so many of you guys own the 35O palette too, I wanted to share with you 5 different looks you can create with the Morphe 35O palette.


Morphe 35O Palette


1. Warm Smokey Eye

You can’t beat a good old warm smokey eye. If you love warm toned shadows as much as I do then this palette is a dream. The morphe 35O palette gives you so many options to create a smokey eye with, but for this particular look I used the shadow in the top right:


Warm Smokey Eye


2. Gold Halo Eye

Halo or spotlight eye shadow is a great way to add colour to your look whilst keeping it wearable. You can check out some other ways to incorporate colour into your make up by clicking here. I used a really bright gold in the centre of the eye and grounded it with the darker shadows in the 35O palette:


Gold Halo Eye


3. Pop of Orange

I love the poppy red/orange in this palette and one of the ways I love to wear it is by applying to the lower lash line. This can be a difficult colour to wear so close to the eye so to avoid looking sickly I’d recommend a black or brown eye liner in the water line.

4. Classic

This is a very classic placement of eyeshadow and it’s super flattering on everyone. This placement is my go to for clients that aren’t sure what they want because it always looks good and will work with any eyeshadow colours. I used the creamsicle orange colour in as a transition shade, the mid toned brown in the outer corner and the shimmery pink colour on the rest of the lid and inner corner. I then applied liner and smoked it out with the darkest shade in the palette.


Classic Smokey Eye


5. Dramatic Bronze

This colour is so beautiful that I decided not to use any other shade with it. I used just this shade all over the lid and created a soft cat eye. For liner I used a smudgey kohl liner and blended it into the shadow. To create the smokey line I love to use the By Terry Kohl Terribly Eye Pencil. I think this look would be great for a girls night out.


Bronze Eyeshadow


Comment below which look is your favourite? And if you recreate any or have any of your own looks then please tag me on Instagram, my handle is linked here.

Also who has tried the Morphe 35O 2 palette!? I am so tempted…

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