GRWM – Morphe Night Master 15N

Hello my lovelies, I bet you’re thinking who the HELL is this. It’s me, Katie, i’m making my return to blogging for what the 76428th time now?

It’s taken a lot for me to get back into this after such a long time but I feel better than ever now. I’m just going to pretend I haven’t been MIA for a year.

So today, or tonight I should say we’re going to kick this off with a get ready with me. I have a super updated makeup collection since I last did one of these so I wont go into detail with every product; but if you want to see a blog post about my makeup collection please let me know (because that would be really fun for me to do so please say yes). So basically what I’m trying to say is I’m just going to show you the eye makeup look I created using the Morphe Night Master 15N palette. I have already reviewed this palette so you can read that here if you’re interested in what the palette has to offer.

Anyway, onto the look. Here’s the shades I will be using below.

Yes I’m one of those, I do my eye shadow before the rest of my make-up. So as always I start off with just a basic eye shadow primer. I have quite prominent/visible veins on my eye lids so this makes it super easy to just have a neutral base. But you can literally use any primer you like. Just make sure that it’s all blended out and dried before you start applying eye shadow.

So first off I’m going to start with the shade ‘hello‘ and blend it all over the lid. Now, I will warn you this shade isn’t the easiest to blend to work super careful with it.

Next I took the shade ‘cliche‘ and blended that into the crease and just made sure everything is blended well together. I then packed ‘scene‘ again into the outer v and blended that out.

Next, cut the crease, I absolutely hate doing this as I always manage to mess it up in some way or another but try your best.

Now the messy part. Glitter time. The glitter I used wasn’t actually from the Night master palette so I guess you can skip this part if you want. But I’m using the revolution pro pressed glitters in the shade ‘stop look and glisten ambition FRG01‘. I don’t use glitter glue just because I’ve never invested in buying any, I find concealer does the same job anyway? Pack your glitter onto the lid and again using the shade ‘scene‘ to blend the harsh lines.

I mean that pretty much the look done, but with every eye make-up look I do always like to add some eyeliner. So choose your favorite liner and get your wing on.

I love to finish off my look with a pair of false lashes, I went for some big ones to make the look a little more dramatic but the choice is entirely down to you.

And that’s the finished look. let me know what you think in the comments. what looks have you created using this palette? I’d love to see them!

Expect to see some more content from me very soon!

K x

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