When and where you can buy the Morphe 35M palette

Alexandra Hourigan 11 September 2018 NEWS

The next Morphe palette is finally here and it's everything we wanted and more.

It's been quite a while since we got a new Morphe palette. Yes, Jaclyn Hill launched her Vault collection of four different palettes with the brand but a 35 shade palette hasn't launched in some time.

The newest palette joining the line-up of Morphe's amazing palettes is the 35M. The last palette we were this excited about from the brand was the Morphe 35O2 palette that launched last September.

The colour scheme for this palette is unlike anything the brand has launched before. Normally the palettes have some sort of shade theme but the 35M is a little all over the place – in the best way possible, of course!

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There are shades of green, warm browns, purples and pinks. Obviously, the palette consists of both matte and shimmer shades for you to fall in love with.

Morphe is known for its incredible affordability and great quality. With 35 shades in the palette for you to play around with you really can't say no. The brand has also been working hard to improve the formula of the eyeshadows. Not that anything was originally wrong with them, Morphe just strives for greatness and aims to bring us shadows with the creamiest pigmentation possible.

So when and where can you buy it?

The Morphe 35M Boss Mood palette is set to launch on the 18 September. While this is an American launch date and you can purchase directly from the Morphe website, there are ways to avoid a hefty international shipping cost. Morphe is also stocked at UK retailer, Cult Beauty, who offer free shipping for orders over $40 Euro.

Stay tuned on @finderstyle for more updates and launches!

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