Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Morphe 25A Copper Spice Eyeshadow Palette Review

For those of you who have already read my last blog post - if not, you'll want to click here - then you'd already know about my first impressions of this palette. But now I've had a little bit longer to use it, I've definitely come up with a full opinion of it. 

To start with, I really enjoy the colour range. It has a lovely variety of mattes for the transition and crease shades, as well as some great ones for the lid and for darkening the outer edge of the eye. The only thing that bugged me a bit about the colours included, was the fact that there wasn't a skin-coloured matte available to set your eyeshadow primer.. However it is easy to find a compromise, and so I wouldn't take this to heart too much. 

The matte formula is beautiful! Despite the odd bit of fallout both in the palette itself and on the face, each shade is brilliantly blendable and pigmented. The dark shades were the ones that really stood out for me though - I kid you not, ever since I've started using them they have been taking my eye looks to the next level! The shimmery formula isn't quite as dreamy; you really have to work your brush into the pan to get a good amount of product onto your eye. Also it fades quite quickly once applied. Whatever you do though, don't try them with a damp brush - it just muddied my eye look completely and made the pigment non-existent instead of even brighter. 

So, overall, this is a nice palette. It has it's plus sides, like the matte eyeshadows, but it also has its negatives, and so I wouldn't call this a 'must have' by any means. It's currently available on Beauty Bay for £19, which is a pretty good price considering the amount of eyeshadows you get in one palette, but it's still not the most affordable, nor the best, out there. It's also just another one of many warm toned eyeshadow palettes out there.... but I refuse to end on a negative, and so I just want to say how well the colours are paired in this palette. Morphe seems to pretty much always do colour selecting well when they create palettes, and this one is definitely an example of this, as it's really easy to select your colours whether you're a beginner in makeup or an expert makeup artist.

Thanks so much for reading today's post, I really hope your year's going well - I can't believe it's March already! Let me know your plans for Spring in the comments down below, and any post recommendations you'd like to see here on PerfectlyPopcorn, as I'd love to hear from you!

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