Morphe 35K and 35N pallets

(Before I start, I just have to apologise for the hideous quality of my photos. Not working with the best camera in the world. Bare with me!)

Okay so I haven't blogged in a very long time due to laziness and not being very good at it haha, but we all have to start somewhere right? 2014 was my last post date and I've decided to give it a go again now we have entered 2016. It is my New Years resolution to start up again and also begin my own Youtube channel(god help me.) But for today I thought I would write a post about my favourite beauty discovery of 2015.

I was quite late to jump on the Morphe brushes hype here in the UK but I'm so glad I did with thanks to some well known Youtubers such as Jaclyn Hill, Manny MUA, Kathleen Lights and many more who always rave about them, so I thought they must be good!

For those who don't know, Morphe brushes is an American based brand. They have 1 store in Burbank, America but also retail on their online store . They are more famous for their range of high quality but affordable makeup brushes but they also make incredible eyeshadows too. 

Here in the UK it was incredibly hard to find any Morphe Brushes products, most people ordered from the US website and had some high shipping fees and surprise hefty custom charges, which obviously nobody wants. But no need to fear! There are now a few online retailers here in the UK that now stock some Morphe Brushes products.
You can now find them at: Beautybay, CultBeauty, Coctail Cosmetics and Beauty Chamber.

Prices do vary on each site but still everything is very affordable. Ranging from £3.25 for a single eye brush to £23 for a 35 shadow pallet. Morphe sell individual eye brushes, brush sets, eyeshadow pallets, contour pallets, lip pallets, blush pallets and a few other cosmetic items. 

But now onto my favourite Morphe products of 2015.
First I would like to talk about their eyeshadows, the quality of these shadows are like nothing I've seen before. I would even say they are better than MAC and I've heard people compare them to Makeup Geek shadows aswell.

I currently only own 2 of their eyeshadow pallets but I'll 100% be buying more.
The 2 I own are the 35N(left) and 35K(right) and honestly I feel like this is all you need.

The colour selection in both pallets are quite similar as they both include warm, brown tones but the 35N only includes matte shades with a few lighter peachy colours thrown in and the 35K is a mixture of both matte and shimmers which are mainly smokey, warm tones. You really can create any look using these pallets which is why I love them so much. The formula is very buttery and creamy which makes blending a dream. I never have any fall out with these shadows either so you can finish your face makeup first without having to worry about your look being ruined by annoying flakes of shadow on your face. 

I know I will probably be told off by many people when I say this but I never use eyeshadow primers whenever I do eye makeup. I never feel like I need them so I don't bother. 
When using these pallets it truly made me realise that I most definetely do not need any sort of primer when using either pallet. I could be wearing my makeup for 8 hours and my eyeshadow will still be perfectly in place and hasn't faded at all by the end of the day. The staying power and pigmentation is like no other. But others may be different, I don't have dry or oily lids like some people, fairly normal I would say so you may not see the same results. 

35N Matte Pallet From Beauty Bay £15.95

35K Pallet From Beauty Bay £18.95

Above is some swatches I have done from both pallets to show the pigmentation. Each swatch was done with a light hand and one swipe. You really can't deny the quality of these shadows. If you are are able to get your hands on any of the pallets I would highly recommend you give these pallets a look, aswell as the other pallets they have. 

Morphe have all sorts of colours to match any look you are wanting to achieve, you are not short for choice but like I said earlier, they were quite hard to get a hold of at one point and now they are available they become out of stock quite quickly but the retailers always restock. Most things aren't limited edition.

I hope you enjoyed this post and encourages you to branch out and try some Morphe Brushes products. There is so much to choose from, I promise you won't regret it.
Let me know if you have any other favourite Morphe products and I'll give them a look!

My next post will be about some of my favourite Morphe makeup brushes so keep an eye out for that one. You won't be disappointed on those items either. Morphe is just an all round great brand.

Thanks for reading