Sneak Peek: Morphe 35O2 Eyeshadow Palette Photos & Swatches

01/14

Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 Palette | Look Details
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 Palette | Look Details
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette

Morphe 35O2 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette ($23.00 for 1.98 oz.) is a new palette featuring 35 shades of warm-toned eyeshadows. I do not expect to review this palette any time soon, as it is much lower priority relative to all of the limited edition holiday sets and palettes I am trying to review first, but I do have swatches for you πŸ™‚

Morphe 35O2 Eyeshadow Palette

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Warm neutrals are my base, but I have such a complete collection in this regard, I don’t know I need this; will decide later.

Meantime — I want to get in somehow: your pace is amazing; how you’re staying on top of all the holiday and general releases and stuff! I’m reminded of wire service news sites. Thanks for all you do.

Morphe always seems to feel the need to stick about 10 nearly-identical medium-dark brown shadows in every single palette…

To me it looks like 35 shades of the same color, more or less. I feel like despite having lots of shades, I could only do one or maybe two types of looks with it!

I’ve only used the 35O and 35O2 from their standard line, and what I would say is that the nearness in tone/depth makes it really easy to get diffused/blended gradients if you are at all struggling with blending (especially for the crease/outer lid). I haven’t tried to build looks with this palette beyond one time, so I’m not sure how diverse they’ll end up looking – this one does seem to be a little too repetitive at a glance.

This looks pretty good overall, especially for the price, but I am not a fan of having such similar colors within the same palette. I would prefer it be smaller and more condensed or to have more variety.

SO with a new Ulta opening in the Mall of America I was able to go in and swatch the Morphe Palettes they have. I purchased 9A a few days ago and it’s like a mini version of this palette; super cute and perfect for my fall staple colors.

Yesterday I went to Ulta and picked up the Jacklyn Hill palette with my 20% email coupon. I hesitated because I am not fond of Jacklyn but decided that I was in it for the makeup so I got it and am wearing it today and I like it so far formula wise. It’s a bit big and unnecessarily white with no mirror so that’s annoying but the formula is nice. Honestly though it’s the same as BH Cosmetics to me.

I have less-than-zero need for most of the colors and finishes in this palette, but the price is so low that it’s a nice option if you like a handful of shades. Specifically, I’m looking at Amber, Sauce, Rustic, Fire, and Ruby as some beautiful oranges and reds a la the Sunset or Yes Please palettes. From a price perspective, I’d totally pay $23 (or less with promo coupons or point redemption at Ulta) for a few dynamic shades I really liked. Mentally, though, I’d have to get over that wasteful feeling of completely disregarding the bulk of the palette. For me, it’s a different feeling than having more palettes than you can physically use because I didn’t buy those other palettes thinking “IDGAF about 80+% of this.”

Your comment nailed the sensibility in this palette…to get the gradient, blending. So many shades looked hella similar. Course, if they had been grays, would have been all over it! Mod Ren started a neverending parade of warm and red toned shades. Well, at least there are a ton of choices, and if you get this one first, there might be less need for Heat, Peach, etc. Admit to being a bit tired of this color scheme. But I do acknowledge it might be just the thing for others….those (the few?) who don’t have this covered already.

I have 35O and this looks so close it makes me wonder if they are indeed all the same pans in a different order, or pehaps a combination of 35O and 35OS. No matter, I’m done with Morphe but your Sneek Peak definitely seals the deal. Thanks, Christine!

Apparently, Morphe has changed formula (read: changed supplier/ manufacturer) in order to enter ULTA, so they likely did just replace the previous palette(s) with this. Now I’m curious if the previous palette(s) with the original formula will still be on Morphe’s own site…

These sorts of palettes seem so repetitive….granted, for the most part, these aren’t my shades but it seems that every 4 days, another warm, red-toned palette is put out by someone. It seems to have started with Modern Renaissance but now, everyone and his uncle seems to be releasing and re-releasing these. And I’ve noticed that now, every company seems to be coming out with glitter palettes galore, in imitation of either UD or Tarte’s Make Believe in Yourself…..

How many more palettes of these colors is even possible? It’s been one after the next for months and months. The new holiday Dior palettes look so new and fresh in comparison. I’d be trying to get the Ruby one if I could wear all the sheen. Sadly, I cannot. But, these brown, gold, rust, orange, red, bronze and more brown, gold, rust, orange, red and bronze palettes are monotonous to me. When is enough, enough? How many dupes does a person need? This just seems crazy to me. Rant over.

I am right there with you, Anne. Another blogger I read keeps showing palette after palette and they’re all warm brown-orange-rust-golden orange-bronze orange-blah blah blah, and she keeps saying, “They’re all different!” Maybe with an electron microscope, ’cause they all look the same to me. I’m so orange-d out I could scream. But I know bloggers have to review and post news of what the companies make.

Either a smaller version, or pull some of the mid-toned matte browns, and replace with a couple shimmers, a matte & shimmer purple/plum, and perhaps a green or two… For a 35 pan palette, there isn’t even a highlight shade!

Since almost all of these shades are repped within my stash, I won’t be getting it. For me personally, this palette is a yawnfest of very samey-same variations of one another. Great for the purpose you described: doing a gradient look without having to worry too much about one’s own blending skills.

I see I am in the minority here but I own no palettes, just quads and six packs, and I find it annoying to go back and forth among them because none of them has everything I generally want to use. Also not all browns work on me. So I may well pick this one up.

I usually quite like Morphe offerings but this and the 35R (Ready Set Gold) look much the same – brown, brown and more variations of orangey brown. Boring.

I used 35R twice and then gave it away. I have the 35OS already, so will not bother with this.

35F is probably still my fave. Contemplating the JH palette but haven’t pulled the trigger yet…

I learned my lesson with the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe palette, while it’s a pretty and cheap palette. Somehow it’s still not worth the money to me. I’d rather save my money and buy a Viseart or Natasha Denona palette. I’m also super set in the warm tone shadow department. More like overly set. I’d like to build up my cool tone or neutral palette collection. Does anyone have any good recommendations?

I wish I had a recommendation for you, Jessica. It is the palette of my dreams, something with majority cool undertoned shades in a variety of colors. I think we are all waiting for it!!

I don’t have recommendations in terms of palettes but I have to say that Makeup Geek makes lots of beautiful cool and neutral single shadows! Some of my favorites are Barcelona Beach, Vintage, Prom Night, and Starry Eyed.

I’m so over warm red/orange palettes. Seriously, when will this end?????

On a positive note if I didn’t already own these shades in other palettes I could see the appeal & value of this one.

I am going to pass on this palette for a variety of reasons, most of which have already been stated. Too many similar shades, too bulky, too warm and duped up the gazoo!! I have one Morphe palette, the 35T and it is a palette of all taupe colors. How do you even make 35 taupes! It was given to me and I can say I think I have used it 2 times. What a waste. It is actually in my pile of palettes to declutter.

This one is an easy pass for me. Too warm and to be perfectly honest the only orange I’m into is orange juice. I have 6 or 7 Morphe palettes. One of the things I do like about them is you do get enough shades to get a good gradient of colour. I’m not the best at blending my crease. I have also shared my unwanted colours with my best friend whose colouring is completely different from mine. In the end, very few were tossed and because of the price I didn’t feel bad doing so.

I think this palette is a tad average: so, so many dupications of orange, warm browns and reddish shades. The shimmers are OK, but the mattes are patchy. This would be a bulky palette to store as well.

I actually laughed out loud when I saw the picture of this palette. It’s like a parody — a trend taken to its logical extreme.

“Soooo, I hear warm oranges and browns and reddish tones are selling well.”
“Yes, sir!”
“Quickly! We must release our own!”
“Ummm sir, we kinda already missed the wave of excitement…”
“Nonsense! Hrmph. Well, you may have a point… fine! We’ll give them LOADS! They’ll never resist! 35! Exactly the same color, all 35!”
“But sir…”
“Silence! Off to the laboratory! Go now! They’ll never know! They’re… consumers Maybe even… women.”
“But -”

[Trapdoor eats sniveling assistant]

The large Morphe palettes to me mostly only make sense for a makeup artist(or enthusiast) who is going to be working on a variety of skin tones/undertones. I do agree with Christine that the subtle differences in shades make blending easier but I also agree that for the average person doing only their own makeup these huge palettes look like a “well I finally hit pan on this one shadow good thing I have an almost exact dupe right next to it in this very palette” kind of situation, otherwise at least half of the shades will go unused.

The problem with Morphe palettes is that you really get what you pay for. They are similar in formula to the cheap Makeup Revolution palettes – mineral oil laden yuck. I tried to love the 35f and 25b but they were just yuck. The Matte colors oxidized and muddied and the shimmers looked chunky and creasy regardless of primer. Just no…

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