Palette of the Week #8 Morphe 15N Review & Swatches

This week’s palette review is the Morphe 15N. I’ve had this 15-shade palette since before Christmas and it had remained in my palette drawer unswatched. I had even considered giving it away because the shades aren’t really anything different to what I already own IRL but then I decided to give it a go and I’m glad I did.

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The palette comes with six shimmer shades and nine mattes and retails for £15 in the UK. They’re all pigmented and apply smoothly, even the mattes. With primer underneath, they last all day but the shimmers do fade as most shadows do on me.

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The packaging feels lovely and sturdy, housed in standard black plastic with the new Morphe logo. It comes with a handy mirror and all the shade names are printed inside, which I love. I hope more brands start doing this!

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Overall, I feel like this is a step in the right direction for the Morphe brand. What drew me into this palette most is the matte purple shades rather than rows of mud-coloured matttes found in other Morphe palettes. There are still a fair few of those brown transition shades but you do need them if you want to get a complete look out of one palette.

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The shimmers are beautiful but they’re not anything special if you already own similar colours. The shade selection is pretty similar to the Morphe 35F which I already own so I probably didn’t need this one but I’m really glad I tried it!

Have you tried this palette? Let me know your thoughts!

Author: beautysirenblog

UK beauty blogger, writer, marketer, cosplayer and lover of sparkly things.

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