So I know I just posted an eyeshadow palette review on the Soph x Makeup Revolution eyeshadow palette, but I also have one today on the Jaclyn hill x Morphe collaboration palette which is probably one of the most hyped palettes this year, this and the ABH subculture palette(but lets not mention that). It finally arrived on beauty bay and after missing out on the first batch, I got it on the next re-stock so now I can finally try it out!
First impressions on the packaging- not a fan. I like the silver and the elaborate ‘jaclyn hill’ font on the front but I really hate the font which the wording on the back, inside the palette and some wording on the front is in, and that’s such a picky thing to get annoyed about but it bugs me :’) I would also have preferred something a bit sturdier than cardboard for such a large palette especially for I when I travel with it, but Its nice that Jaclyn has created a whole new look with this Morphe palette.
The palette consists of 18 shimmer/metallic shades and 17 matte shades so near enough an even split and the range of colours is amazing. It is a warm toned palette, but there is everything light to dark in shimmer and matte, a lot of transition shades for every skin tones and obviously the pops of colour that everyone has been drawn to!
All of these eyeshadow are amazingly pigmented, really smooth, not chalky and flaky, mimimal fallout on the eye(but there is a bit of kick-back in the pan) and they all blend really nicely and don’t blend away when you put more colours in the crease for example, which I love! £37 is a lot for a palette, but if you compare it to the too-faced chocolate bar palettes or naked palettes which are of similar prices, you get more shades (35!) for the same or better quality so I would definitely say its worth it. The wide range of colours also makes it a great palette to travel with (the two lightest shades in the top left corner make a beaut highlighter by the way) and its just really frickin amazing. and totally worth the hype.
I hope you enjoyed this palette review, if you can get your hands on it, I would totally recommend getting it!
Until next time, Hannah x