All you need to know about Morphe’s 60-shade foundation range
That's right, Morphe Brushes will be officially launching a foundation range in 2019.
You might have seen the not-so-cryptic teaser posts all over Instagram over the last few days. But now we can finally confirm that yes, Morphe is launching a range of foundations in January 2019. This new product follows on from the brand's super successful launches in 2018 like the James Charles collaboration and the Bretman Rock highlighter collab – so you know we're not going to be disappointed.
Morphe has confirmed that the range, called Fluidity, will have a whopping 60 shades. Just yesterday, Fenty Beauty announced that it was extending its Pro Filt'r range out to 50 shades, but it looks like Morphe wanted to one-up the most inclusive beauty brand currently on the market. Morphe is just one of those brands that never does anything halfway.
So, what's it like? Well, so far there aren't any tried-and-tested reports, but Morphe has said that the Fluidity foundation will be a full-coverage formula. And according to TrendMood1 it will be "longwear, sweat-proof, transfer-resistant, water-resistant, oil free, fragrance free and parabens free".
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In typically Morphe fashion, this new product is priced very affordably, especially when compared to the other big brands. Australian makeup junkies will pay just $27 for one of these – a price that is a whole lot cheaper than many drugstore options.
Available to US customers on 17 January and to Australian shoppers on 18 January, you won't have to wait long to get your hands on one of the 60 shades.
But Morphe isn't stopping at just foundation. While there is no information currently available on the Morphe site, Trendmood1 is reporting that Morphe will be launching a number of other products designed to complement the new Fluidity formula. Apparently, the launch will also come with 2 primers, 30 shades of matching, longwear concealer and 12 shades of powder.
Where you can buy it
Aussies of course can shop directly with Morphe which will ship to Australia for free if you spend more than $60.
If you're looking to shop at a Morphe stockist, the foundations will also be available to shop at Ulta. But since Ulta still does not ship to Australia, you might have to try Cult Beauty instead.
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