Hello friends! Over the summer I purchased the Morphe 35O palette. I ended up loving it so much, that this fall, I purchased the 35F palette!
I still need to look up more about Morphe in general, but what I know right now is that their palettes are amazing. This most recent one I purchased is called Fall Into Frost (35F).
The First Impression
My first impression of the product was...well, in-between. I was unsure about how dark it was. I didn't know if I'd wear that much shimmery eye shadow, anyway. But I also kind of loved that those shimmery shades made up the majority of the palette. The formula for those ones are very gel-like. The consistency of the shimmer and the matte shadows are the same as the those shadows in the Morphe 35O palette, just different colors.
Another thing that immediately drew me in was the first row (the lightest colors). I normally wear light shades on my lid and in the corners of my eyes to brighten them up more, so I was confident that these would look great, especially if they were, in fact, just as pigmented as the shades in the 35O.
The third thing that interested me was the color scheme. I feel like this palette will encourage me to try new looks and to step out of my comfort zone. The yellow and orange shadows are gorgeous!
Yeah, my photos of this palette might be a bit unappealing, considering right when I opened it for the first time, I swatched every shade. From swatching, I was able to confirm that, yes, the formula for the shimmery shades were absolutely wonderul.
Also, I discovered that the white shade is a perfect highlight for my brow bone! This shade was the very lightest. I find that light shades tend to not have the best pigments, but this definitely shows up!
It's shine factor is actually so out-there that I just barely need to dust it under my brow for that highlight action. It's just enough to brighten!
The matte shades we also beautiful. I find that these are fun shades to try out, because although they're neutral colors, they're very, very different from one another.
The Lasting Impression
I think Fall Into Frost is perfect for the autumn-to-winter transition. It has the perfect balance between warm and cool tones, and contains so many fun yet wearable colors! Using this palette, I created this look (inspired by Dominique Singer).
Thank you all so much for reading! Try to keep on grinning through this stressful election night. Every vote counts!