Sneak Peek: Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette Photos & Swatches

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Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)
Morphe Jaclyn Hill 35 Color Eyeshadow Palette (Jaclyn Hill Edition)

Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette ($38.00 for 1.98 oz.) is a new, limited edition 35-pan eyeshadow palette. It’s actually my first time trying Morphe (and I did purchase two other palettes from them when I bought this one), so we’ll see how that goes. This palette is currently sold out but will be restocked in the future (I don’t know when), and hopefully, I’ll have time to test all the shades before it’s out of stock for good–I’ll certainly try!

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For all the hype this really didn’t look so hot. Many matte shades are not opaque and the shimmers are average. Nothing spectacular formula wise and the colors are repeats of what most makeup addicts already have. Lemming killed.

Honestly, I am SO glad you’re reviewing this, I wanted to see some better quality dupes of this palette because I am skipping out on this

Yay! I can’t wait to get some dupes. To be honest, I only like a few of the shades and if I’m gonna get a made in China palette, I’d rather get it at a low price.

If i only knew you were reviewing this, i probably would have held off on purchasing.i trust your reviews that much. However i was so curious to know, if the formula would be better. I have tried other eyeshadows from morphe, and i strongly disliked them. I hope this one is different. I havent received mine yet. It doesnt look too bad i suppose

I don’t get it. They thought the formula was so exceptional and the colors so unique that they could just do an entire palette of pretty much browns and lighter tans with just a handful of other shades and everyone was supposed to jump because of a celebrity name? Admittedly, warm neutrals are not my thing, but I can still admire a palette containing them. And the eye looks of people who can wear them. I can foresee a whole lot of “why I am not buying this” Vlogs.

I’m so glad you decided to swatch/maybe review this, because I have no intention of buying it so now finding dupes for the 2-3 colors I want will be so much easier. Thank you, Christine! πŸ™‚

I mean… I like that it has a broad spectrum of colors, but I’m indecisive af. I find I hardly use eyeshadow palettes when they have so many choices and colors to choose from. The metallic shades swatched nice, but those mattes are eyebrow-raising.

Me too. Any palette with more than 15 shades confuses me, feels like a waste. Not to mention the palettes with two rows of light shades that would hardly show up on darker skin.

I find this palette very confusing. Apparently it was marked up because the formula is different than other morphe shadows, but the formula is actually exactly the same!

The ingredients are different (both what’s included + the order) on this palette vs. the 35O (which I know is one of their more popular palettes). The ingredient list as printed on the Jaclyn Hill palette (which I purchased) seems the same as the one listed on Morphe’s website – and that list is different compared to the 35O list that I have on my palette’s box (that I purchased at the same time as the Jaclyn Hill palette) and on their website, but my 35O ingredient list is a little different compared to the printed list on the website.

For some, a (potentially) big change is that the Jaclyn Hill palette has neither methyl- nor propylparabens listed.

Edited: Thanks to Amy for pointing out that the ingredient list is very similar to the 25-pan palettes with the exception that the Jaclyn Hill palette has kaolin (as the third ingredient) which is absent from the 25-pan palettes. Unfortunately, I did not think to purchase that style of palette so I am unable to make any actual comparisons on feel or performance. I’m very sorry!

However, except for the addition of kaolin, it is the same as the 25-pan square palettes, and the Kathleen Lights palette. So, no, this isn’t a “new”, revolutionary formula.

Thanks for sharing – I have only seen a lot of talk comparing it to the 35-pan palettes so that is the ingredient list I compared to! I don’t think I said it was revolutionary, though – just that the list was different from the 35O that I bought!

I do wonder how the addition of kaolin would impact/change the formula since it is 3rd on the list (so in theory, more of it) but did not purchase any of the 25-pan palettes so I’m useless!

Oh, I didn’t think *you* thought it was revolutionary! I’m just answering back to what Jaclyn Hill & Morphs have been putting out there for the last year or so (the internet is forever, LOL!).

Gotcha! πŸ™‚ I appreciate you letting me know. I hear so much about the 35O that I figured I’d get that one and this together (I also got the 35T because… taupe) so I could make a better comparison (and also get a better understanding of Morphe’s formula to have in my knowledge bank!) but bypassed the 25-pan palettes since they (visually!) looked like 35O with more orange. I’m so wishing I grabbed one – I was close but did not think I could reasonably review them anytime soon.

Kaolin which is also called China Clay on the backs of ingredients lists is a super inexpensive white clay used in a similar way as Talc is; as an oil absorber/moisture absorber <3 I'm only ASSuming you didn't know what it was, but I'm sure you do. I think the other problem is that they only put "May Contain" so, the product may or may not have it and could very well be the identical formula to the Morphe 25 pan palettes.

The ingredients has nothing to do with the formula – it only shows what’s inside the shadow – not how they are made. (How hard you press them, how much you put of each ingredient in each shadow). It’s not like they would post their formula recipe since it’s confidential. We can see that they do not have the same ingredients – but even if they did it could still be a completely new formula.

First of all, “pressing” isn’t going to do anything to alter the quality or pigmentation of a product, or its performance once applied. The texture may change, but if one uses the same amount of product, regardless of layering vs one sweep, the end result is the same.

Second, there really are just so many ingredients all brands use, interchangeably, but what matters most is the pigment & binders. Most of us use a base/ primer, which also helps, so even lower end shadows can often perform decently. Given the amount of markup on Morphe products, that are private labelled, and available on a myriad of sites at around $5-10 USD, I seriously doubt top of the line ingredients are being used.

As I stated below, I’m not bashing Jaclyn, and I doubt she really has any idea of what happened when *Linda* made those trips to China, and she’s basing everything on what Linda told her. I also found it strange that Jaclyn wasn’t included in any of it, given it was her “creation”… Several other influencers, over the years, have actually posted photos of them in the labs… Jaclyn also claimed to have “complete control”-her exact words-so why wasn’t she in the labs? It just seems strange…

Check out Morphe on the BBB & FTC sites, both public, and just think about the information.

Maybe some people don’t know what kaolin is. It’s aluminum silicate clay, often called china white clay. If you wonder about the Kao, yes it’s in Kaopectate. Majoring in bathroom humor today. Clay plus pectin. Makes sense, doesn’t it? I would think this ingredient, high on the list, might give these shadows a lower end similarity to Tarte Amazonian clay shadows. It is a pretty inert ingredient, and probably produces very few sensitivities.
But I disagree totally with Sanna: the ingredients ARE the formula. And US labeling laws require disclosure of ingredients in order, with the highest amount first. That is untrue of other countries. There are some good posts about Korean/Asian labeling versus US. But, you are right in that the ratio and formula is not divulged, nor is the process.

Thanks for your reply! The 35 pan palette and the Jaclyn palette had the exact same formula listed on thier website, but Morphe tweeted and said it was an error and they updated their site with the correct information.

JH is willing to lend her name to a mighty questionable product. One half decent matte, and the rest are dreckola. Shimmers are fair, but why shouldn’t they be? I guess sex and drugs are over in naming, and 3 year old bathroom humor is in. Sissy, Pukey, Pooter? Sounds like bathroom break at the day care.

Your comment wins the internet today.

Christine – worry not about any of us who are seeming snarky – there’s just been so much drama and lies about this palette that we are waiting for more honest reviews (And you are very highly regarded).

Oh my goodness, KJH, that 2nd half of your comment had me dying over here! I LoL’d at the names when I first read them myself because as you so succinctly put it: 3 y.o. potty humor! (Although “Pukey” does fit that shade!)

Indeed. Whatta you bet she has a preschooler and this is a nod to him? And you’re right about Pukey! ??? Actually glad that this applies far better than it swatches, though I’m not haunting the site to get it.

LOL… I saw “Pukey” and my thought was, WTF? Pooter at first I thought was a euphemism for passing gas but some people call a computer a “pooter”…

If I wanted this, which I don’t. I would never pay the $120 it costs for canadians.

Iv seen multiple canadians total up the cost of this, between shipping, conversion, and duties. And HELL NO!

$120? That is just insane! No palette is worth paying almost 4 times more if imported. Especially with all the option we have now!

For anyone looking for “dupes”, just take a look at Jaclyn Hill’s video on her “favorite” single eyeshadows in a custom Z-Palette, which coincidentally contains exactly 35 pans…

Personally, I’d rather spend the few dollars extra and buy Makeup Geek shadows. This way I know I’m getting quality shadows, and made in the US.

Nobody talks about Makeup Geek anymore, it’s all Morphe, Morphe, Morphe. I don’t understand what the hype is all about.

MAC was the original YouTube “darling” (at least one of them), but it seemed as prices started creeping up, MUG was born, and was a less expensive alternative, as well as CF.

Then, along came brands like BH Cosmetics & Coastal Scents, and while many found them low-cost options for those willing to put in the effort, there was still the stigma of being “private labelled”.

This is where Morphe comes in. The target demographic is young, or those otherwise not willing to do research, and don’t have (or want to spend) the money on higher end brands. For the cost of a quad/small palette or brush, one can get a large palette or brush *set*, which may not be a bad option for those starting out, and truly can’t afford to invest immediately in a variety of products. That said, Morphe is not upfront about the private labelling, and the fact these are the *exact* same products found on Alibaba, Aliexpress, Amazon, eBay, and a myriad of other sites that have wholesale shops, at a fraction of what Morphe charges. I don’t have an issue with the ridiculous markup, after all, we have a free-market economy, but I feel they should at least disclose they engage is said practice. I don’t think I’d feel strongly either way if they were targeting a more seasoned demographic, but their base is primarily teen/young millennials, and most tend to be impulsive, and think these ” gurus” really are their *friends”…

The hype is about them getting paid. YouTube used to be such a different place. Product reviewers actually talked about all new brands and products, now it is almost all the same old song and dance. I ain’t mad, this is their how they make their money. I just wish there were more easily found reviewers who were not all about getting paid. What happened to the love of makeup being their motivation? I guess money talks ? I wish you still made videos!!

Nope, it’s meant to be “Pukey”, as in to puke, vomit, upchuck, or purge. She has a thing about “baby puke” colored shadows, and apparently thought it was a good idea to name one “pukey” lol ?.

I just don’t know how I feel about this, honestly. Two thirds of it look wonderful, but this leaves a solid third lacking. Plus the fact that this palette must be enormous, therefore difficult to store or use. Another thing is that those of us (raises hand!) with good sized stashes likely have dupes for most, if not all the shades within it. I think I just talked myself out of it, LOL!

I love the colors but won’t buy a huge palette this size I think I’ll get bored quickly if having too many at once just like having tons of new dresses in my closet but I get bored of seeing them by the time u get to wear one. Too much of a good thing is not exactly…good! Lol!
Prefer 4 shades usually no bigger than 12.

Too many oranges and reds for me .. blech my eyes like cool. Couple of pretty blues,blue greens but too many I wouldn’t use even if they were good.

I’m glad you’re reviewing it. I can’t think of anyone else who I trust more when it comes to reviews, even though I love some of your C products and vice versa πŸ˜‰
The only thing that makes me curious is why you, THE Christine from Temptalia, had to purchase it yourself when they send it out to literally everyone, even people with like 5k on Youtube. Is there a specific reason to that? Because I’m making the assumption now that they don’t believe enough in their product to send it out to you.

There are lots of brands that don’t send product or even press releases to me, so I’m sure it’s nothing personal! I’m just not on their radar / don’t meet the criteria they’re looking for.

Well, that’s a stupid assumption on their part, LOL. Enough people rely on your reviews that you should be on their radar. If “we” can google makeup reviews and find your blog, they should be able to also….they are missing a significant segment of the makeup buying population.

You’re very kind πŸ™‚ It’s tough for brands – there are always far more people they want to send product do than actual product! I don’t mind buying to fill in the gaps, and with your support and other readers’ support, I am fortunate that I’m able to do so!

And a lot of brands, especially ones as large as Morphe, probably won’t send PR to a blogger who hasn’t already used and talked about their products before. Definitely nothing personal!

I agree with everything you said. On YouTube, I saw a bunch of “nobodies” (I can’t think of a better word, sorry) receive the PR package. They even sent one to Samantha Ravandahl who is known to hate morphe. Christine is one of the top makeup reviewers that people actually trust and should be on every PR list.

How about smaller channels? Sometimes it is good for brands to identify and find influencers that are right for their brand even if they don’t have a huge following, especially if they already actively promote or have a lot of love for the brand! πŸ™‚ It’s ideal to have a good mix of influencers and types of press, of course! They might have also reached out or were more aggressive in making sure they were on Morphe’s radar, whereas I have not reached out so I could be entirely to blame here!

I just have to reiterate: there are many brands, from small to large, that do not provide product samples or even press releases to me at this time; some have done so years ago and some I’ve never had a relationship with. There are far more influencers than press samples to go around, and brands have all sorts of criteria that they look at – it could be as simple as I’m a blogger and not a YouTuber. I don’t think Morphe has ever attempted to send me any products, and I have not attempted to ask or contact them myself.

If it’s a product that’s worth reviewing, I’ll purchase it if that’s what I need to do, and I’m just thankful that I’m in the position to do so thanks to the support of my readers! πŸ™‚

I understand, Tenlover! πŸ™‚ I just don’t want to let speculation get too far ahead when it’s really that – it could literally be any reason from completely innocent to something nefarious and anything in-between.

Seriously? I think the main reason is they don’t necessarily want an honest review. They want a gush from an ‘influencer’ that is big with their target market, and ramp up the sales. Arm swatches with sponge applicators and initial impressions. They are looking to tip over into impulse buys. They really don’t want the readers/viewers to realize how many dupes they own and how the palette actually performs. They do not want to be looked at with an analytical eye.

Lots of reasons including Temptalia readers being not a target market. Considering the comments on this post, morphe is right.

I agree with all comments ahead of me. Most of the mattes look marginal and the shimmers are nothing special. I guess I will be able to maintain my own record of not purchasing anything JH has collaborated on. One of these days she is bound to collab on something that is really good and that I like. I know Champagne Pop was nice but it has always been too dark for me so never purchased and won’t be purchasing this palette. Looking forward to a couple of dupes if you decide to review.

This is a sneak peek, not a review – I just received my order late Thursday and photographed it first thing on Friday. I didn’t even have photos/swatches edited until 8PM last night!

Well I guess I walk against the crowd – I do like the palette, and I did order it. Mine will be here tomorrow- and I’m quite excited. I am not usually one that orders things like this, but I have watched video after video- and did not find that there was anything (in my opinion) “wrong” with the palette? I mean it is Morphe — not Anastasia!!! The cost breakdown is extremely reasonable – and if one looks, there are many discount codes available. Granted, it’s not a “perfect” palette — but the shade range and possibilities are there. I don’t necessarily follow Jaclyn, I watch her from time to time, but I’m certainly not obsessed with her… or any other Youtuber. I simply liked the shadows.

I guess it is just a matter of personal taste, and what speaks to the internal soul of our makeup desires, however – it seems like this is just like anything else in this world with success. I am the kind of person that truly enjoys seeing people succeed … whether or not they’re choices and or actions are approved by me. I’m happy for Jaclyn – she has came a l o n g way. It is so easy to criticize people, and products. I choose in my life, to see what’s good – despite the fact that it might be “unpopular”. I can’t wait for mine to get here!!!!!

I agree, the colors are very pretty, for the most part, and from what I’ve seen on videos (even with those who gave it a mediocre review), one can probably get quite a bit of use from it. Also, while I’m personally a bit of an eyeshadow snob, I can appreciate this palette for what it is, and it is a great value at just over $1 USD per shade, especially for “newbies”, those who want to experiment with color while not breaking the bank, or for those who want to fill in some gaps in their stash-especially with some of these trendy warm browns/ reds. While I also take issue with Jaclyn Hill, based on flip-flopping on several things over the years in order to fit her “brand”, I’m not going to call her a liar, dishonest, or anything like that. My issues are with Linda Tawil and Morphe. The lack of transparency with the whole “private labelling”, the hike in shipping fees, and *new” formulas-among other things-just make me wary… Like I stated above, the actual markup on the products doesn’t bother me, but the “reasoning” behind it does; a brand can charge whatever they want (look at the markup on Tom Ford, among others…), but at least be honest… Again, I’m not trying to bash Jaclyn, or wish her failure over this. In fact, I don’t think she honestly knows what happened BTS, as she has stated herself that it was Linda who flew to/from China, and was the one in the “labs”, and Jaclyn is just regurgitating the information.

I think you’re probably right. I really dislike that there’s so much controversy about it – and that there has to be dishonesty or untruth associated with it. I just don’t like controversy – period. I don’t usually allow it in my life, period. I really hate it for Jaclyn and I’m not even a huge fan – I watch more video’s of the Australian Nikkia Joy- Love her style. However, I suppose there will always be this very kind of thing in this world – whether we focus on it or not. I just choose not to – it makes my life a lot more peaceful. It’s (to me) a beautiful palette – and I know that I’m going to get a lot of joy out of it. I didn’t, by the way pay (out of the norm) but the standard shipping charges for it. So, I don’t understand that part either. I do know that the international shipping was outrageous — but isn’t that always? I don’t know.
Cosmetics and makeup to me is pleasure — and fun –it is truly where I get the most enjoyment out of my life. It’s transformative. I guess for myself, I leave the negativity, who did what – and why— to other folks. I simply purchase what I (sometimes!!) can afford and blissfully enjoy life!!! We’re all as happy as we make up our minds to be…..<3

I just like transparency. If one is willing to lie about the small, inconsequential things, what will keep them from lying about something bigger, that could perhaps lead to something harmful…?

I worked in a restaurant years ago, and a man called in for a salad, with specific instructions to not allow onions to even touch the salad, as it could kill his wife. Well, after notating this on the order myself, the person making the salad chose not to read it. When I checked it, and saw the onions, I said it needed to be redone. The OWNER of the restaurant just said to pick off the onions, to save a couple of cents. I had to talk him out of it!

Another restaurant I worked at, a woman wanted a salad with a non-dairy dressing. The head waitress recommended Caesar, and the woman ordered it. I had to pull this waitress aside and tell her that Caesar contained cheese, and she didn’t want to admit she made a mistake. While the customer may have just had dietary restrictions due to choice or religion, it could have just as well been for health reasons.

The bottom line is, tell the complete truth. Yes, there may be people who don’t want your product, but there will be people who do…

I understand what you are saying and I too am a creature of truth. This is not a “high-end” palette. It sounds like there are some things that weren’t clear, and aren’t clear about the formulation of it. It matters to many – but to tell you the truth= I wish it didn’t. This is just my opinion, but now Jaclyn is going to be raked over the coals about this and from what I’ve seen and understand about her — she’s a sensitive creature. She is going to be very hurt. Especially if she didn’t know, or wasn’t made aware of said controversy. For me, personally – I don’t like for anyone – whether or not I know them well, or know of them – to be publicly accused of something – or made to feel badly especially when they’ve worked diligently on a project like she has this. I just hate to see it happen. It’s just EYESHADOW. Come on people. Can’t we just let up for once? For goodness sakes. If you don’t want it, don’t buy it. We know what kind of products Morphe makes! We are either going to support Jaclyn, or we’re not. People need to get a grip, and get a life. This dragging people through hell is just asinine. I’m sorry — I just can’t deal. I’ve got a life to live.

I also agree. I like it and see nothing wrong for it. No one said its better than high end they all said on YouTube its good. They made looks with it. IDK why everyone is all bent out of shape. Also i think Pukey is meant to be said like pookey, not like puke. I could be wrong, but it would make more sense.

No, it’s intended to sound like puke. One of her favorite shades to wear above/in the crease is what she, herself, refers to as looking like “baby puke”. Her subscribers thought it was sooo “hilarious” the first time she said it, that it became a bit of a running joke.

Jaclyn has a love for all shades reminiscent of “baby puke”, so it’s definitely meant to be pronounced puke-y. If you watch her semi regularly you’ll quickly see it’s a very Jaclyn thing to name a shade.

I’m not a fan of Morphe’s palettes – too large, uncertain quality, lots of similar shades etc. And this one is no exception. Some of the darker matte shades are pretty woeful, although that Diva shade is pretty.
These organgey, pinky, red shades are abound in lots of different palettes at the moment with far better quality.

Still not interested in this. Seriously don’t understand the hype. The swatches weren’t all that and some of the names are for potty training a toddler.

I’m happy to see you reviewing Morphe. I have bought several of their large palettes and for the most part I’ve felt they were good shadows and a good value for the price I paid. I normally have bought them on sale and I don’t think I’ve paid more than $22 ever. My favorite so far is 35K. I don’t plan on buying this one, not because of a problem with Jaclyn, but I really don’t need these colors in my collection. Although, I am curious to see the dupe list for Royalty. That is a beautiful purple.

Morphs actually does have a shimmery purple shade among the permanent singles, also called Royalty. From what I can tell from pictures, I wouldn’t doubt they’re the same, along with Mocha. The singles are around $2 USD, I believe.

Oh how I wish that I would have known you’d be reviewing this. I really do come to this website before making any makeup purchases, and you have successfully helped me save money with your clear swatches and list of dupes! Anyway, I went ahead and ordered this because there were some YouTubers, without affiliate codes, that made this palette look amazing. After seeing your swatches, I’m having buyers remorse and my palette hasn’t even arrived yet :-/. I have the 35O palette and love it, so I’m really hoping that this palette is just as easy for me. Looking forward to your full review!

I’m only here to see if anyone else commented on “Pooter” and “Pukey.”

Wow, I had to fight my spellcheck to get those two word in.

Don’t forget sissy! My mum wouldn’t let me use any euphemisms, but that was a big one, waaaay back in the day. It was considered more polite than pee. ‘Dogs pee. People urinate.’ Really miss my mother.

A little too much peachy orange, and not enough taupe. And the mattes look like they could be better.
Pass for me, but this could be a really good starter palette for someone!

Ouch, some very snarky comments. I think the pallete looks decent enough. And your eye look are great. Love both of them. I, on the other hand ordered the pallete. I’m not a huge JH fan but watch some of her videos. She explains each name and why it was chosen. Sissy is for her sister because she loves that color on her lids. Pukey makes sense to me it’s a pukish color lol. Pooter was a inside joke name. Either way I’m excited to play with mine.

For a palette that took “2” long years to make, you’d think she’d would’ve put more thought into the names. Pukey, twerk,poorly and then there’s the most disgusting name S.B.N. she is absolutely vile…. for those who don’t know the meaning,check the Urban Dictionary
She can’t be that stupid… can she? I hope to God that’s not what she was referring to, but in 2 years she didn’t bother to do research, just in case any of these names may be offensive!!!!! No thank you

SBN means Smokey But Natural, something she always heard from brides whose makeup she did. Some of these names are kind of childish, but I don’t think making assumptions about coincidences on Urban Dictionary is at all fair, especially when she did a video that would give you all of the information you need. I looked it up and have never heard of either of those “definitions” so I don’t know why Jaclyn should be held to some ridiculous standard of being “offensive” over it.

I have many warm shades from Urban Decay, Anastasia, and Makeup Geek and am not interested in the teals, greens, or purple. The one shade I might want to see dupes for is Sissy – the pinky gold. I have so many eyeshadows I could probably never use them all up – however.. I am planning on purchasing Anastasia’s fall palette.

You know, I’m gonna be the odd one out here and say I’m looking forward to this review because I think the colors look good. And I do like Morphe. I know it’s cheap, I know it’s private label, but my life has changed drastically in the last year and because of that, I really can’t afford high end makeup (I spend more in skin care because good skin = a good base). I really enjoy the 35O and get a lot of looks out of it, and I think I might enjoy this palette as well.

As it is, it’s a decent brand with items priced in my budget, so I’m willing to consider it.

These swatches do not do it justice. Colors are incredible, creamy and blendable. Its my favorite palette I own.

Nah, I just got it two days ago. While lots of the colors are easy to blend, a bunch of them (the super light colors AND the dark colors) are absolutely awful and patchy. Im gonna depot my favorites and retire the rest of the palette to the back of my beauty cabinet.

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