More-phe for you! | Fri-Yay

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Hey hey,

As you can tell from the title, my sense of humour is top notch.

Anyways, I would like to introduce you to the most wanted, needed and wished for palette out there!!

// THE MORPHE 35O //






I know that this palette is everywhere but ever since I saw Bretman Rock talked about it, I immediately became obsessed with the orange tones which complement my brown eyes so well [shout out to my brown eyes girls and boys].

After watching and reading numerous reviews, I was going to purchase it as a Christmas present from me to me- the best kind of presents out there. Anyways, due to me not wanting to pay for shipping, I didn’t make the purchase. It was out of stock on UK stock list sites such as Cult Beauty at the time that’s why I was looking at the US site.

So, after not purchasing the palette for Christmas, I was watching it on Cult Beauty but me being me, I forgot to sign up for the email notification- so once it was available, it was sold out extremely fast which means I couldn’t get my hand on it. However, I was lucky enough that the palette was brought for me as a birthday present which I didn’t expect at all!

Thank you so much, Lily ❤️

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I am in love with the orange tones in this palette because of the creamy consistency as well as the amazing pigmentation. The four colours swatches are my current favourite from the palette. This is because of how well it complement each other.

While I haven’t properly experimented [created a finished look] with other colours in the palette, I have tried all of the colours and I would highly recommend it especially if you’re just starting to experiment with eyeshadows. It is easy to apply and remove, so if you mess up, it’s okay! If you use a good eyeshadow primer then there should not be too much of fallout but, it happens, even from expensive palettes. 

As there are no names for each colour, I have come up with a way in which would be easier for everyone to understand what I’m talking about.

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Base: 5A

Transition: 5B



Base: 2B

Transition: 3B



Base: 3A

Transition: 4B

Depending on what style and look you’re going for, it will depend on how dark you want your crease to be. For a more smoky look, I would recommend using 3E or a black Khol eyeliner, please make sure you’re not too heavy-handed with this and I would recommend building it up slowly for that perfect smokiness.

For the ‘everyday but I’ve tried’ look, I would recommend using 7B and apply it all over your lids and then layer little by little of the 4D in your crease to give you a bit of a definition- use the window wipers motion for this so it is not a hash line. This is what I’ve been doing on my lazy makeup day. To give the look a bit more drama and attention, obvs just add that perfect cat eyes but I have hooded eyes- this is a struggle daily (forever dreaming of that symmetrical almond shaped eyes).

To give the look a bit more drama and attention, obvs just add that perfect cat eyes but I have hooded eyes so this is a daily struggle (forever dreaming of that symmetrical almond shaped eyes).

Hopefully, after more experimentations, I can show you guys how I use these colours on me. For now, if you like what I have to say about this palette, you can purchase it >> HERE <<

What is your favourite colour from this palette?




6 thoughts on “More-phe for you! | Fri-Yay

    1. Thank you so much! I would totally recommend it, it is affordable, amazing quality and easy to use (blendable). I can guarantee that you will have a great time playing with different colours and looks ❤️

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    1. It is an amazing palette for a warm collection. I feel like the 35O will give you more blending colours to play with. The ABH Renaissance is a must purchase due to it’s quality and pigmentation but the price for me rn is too much *crying inside*


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