Morphe 15N Night Master Palette… Worth it?

Hello my Lovelies, I’m back again with another blog post. I hope you’ve all had a lovely week, I can’t believe it’s Friday already, March seems to have flown by. It will be summer by the time we know it, not that I’m complaining at all.

I’ve had a bit of a hectic week trying to get all of my writing together for my university interview in 2 weeks time. I’ve never had an interview for university before so I’m super nervous! (I didn’t require an interview for my sociology degree)

Today I thought I would share with you my thoughts on the Morphe 15N Night Master Palette which retails for £15 on Beauty Bay but I think you may also be able to purchase this palette from the Morphe website. Price wise I think it’s amazing and definitely worth the money. In my opinion Morphe palette’s are amazing quality for your money. The shades are always super pigmented and super blend-able. I just completely love Morphe palettes so much.

The packaging of this palette is pretty sleek, it’s different compared to the other palettes as it also includes a big mirror which is super handy. I love having a mirror on a palette so I don’t have to start dragging out my other mirror. For £15 you can’t really go wrong, the palette looks really high-end and durable. It’s also a great size for travelling, not too big and has a great range of shades in that you can create loads of different looks.

The palette contains 15 shades, 3 rows of 5 shades, each row contains all the colours you need to create an eye shadow look. Each row contains 2 shimmers and 3 matte shades. The idea behind this set up is that it makes it super easy to create different eye shadow looks as all the colour you need are right in front of you. I think this is a great idea for individuals who are a bit more scared to experiment with darker colours, or just someone who doesn’t really know what eye-shadow look they’re fancying.

Here’s a description of the shades taken from the Beauty Bay website:

  • Custom – A matte cream.
  • Unique – Shimmering beige.
  • Opal – Matte orange.
  • Talent – Shimmering orange peach.
  • Shook – Matte deep orange.
  • Va Va Voom – Matte dusky deep red.
  • Illustrated – Shimmering pink purple.
  • Goals – Deep matte orange.
  • Editorial – Matte orange brown.
  • Creativity – Shimmering coral.
  • Scene – Dark matte purple.
  • Cliché – Deep matte pink.
  • Excuse Me – Shimmering dark purple.
  • Hello – Matte off brown.
  • Craze – Shimmering purple.

The only difference between my palette and this list is that one of my shades is called something else which I find is really strange. What should be the shade “Opal” is called “Selfie” in my palette. I’m not sure if there’s a new version out or an error or something but it’s the same colour? Oh well, anyway, onto the swatches.

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I’m so pale the shade ‘Custom’ doesn’t show up on my arm, it is there I promise!!

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As you can see from the swatches above all the shades in the palette are really pigmented and really creamy as well. I found the shimmery shades weren’t chunky at all and were actually some of the most pigmented shades in the palette! None of the shades seem patchy or lack pigment which is amazing for a palette that only cost £15, I would totally recommend getting this palette, the shades are beautiful and it’s perfect to create some eye-catching night looks.

I used the first row of colours to create the following look…

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As you can see I used the first row of shades to create a natural look but you can definitely vamp it up to create a more glamorous look.

What do you guys think of the look I created?

This palette definitely gets a 5/5 for me, I’m totally in love!

Thank you for reading, don’t forget to follow me on Instagram @livewithkatieblog

Until next time,

K x

 

 

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