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Everything you need to know about the new Morphe Palette

Posted: 10 October 2017 1:23 pm


Jaclyn Hill approved new Morphe Palette!

Okay, Morphe has definitely been slaying in 2017 when it comes to eyeshadow palettes. It wasn't too long ago that the JaclynHillxMorphe Palette graced our makeup obsessed lives and now they're bringing on the heat again... quite literally.

The Morphe 35O palette was the game changer that set the bar for all of the beauty industry's warm-toned palettes. Now, to celebrate the original palette's two-year anniversary, Morphe is bringing out its big sister who is taking no prisoners.

The new and improved palette showcases a richer and more vibrant feel with the new addition of shades and less cool tones. The absence of a black in the original 35O was a query made by consumers. However, Morphe listened and now it's here so you can absolutely nail that sultry smokey eye. The palette also includes a large range of warm red- and orange-toned shadows as well as a number of shimmers. Below is a comparison between the original 35O and the update!

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The palettes are related but definitely different enough to justify having both! Jaclyn Hill herself even took to Snapchat to express her fondness for the palette saying she assisted in choosing some of the shades. The drop comes just in time for fall in the US, but the tones of this palette have got Aussie beauty lovers set for the perfect bronzy-glow look this summer.

Now the Morphe international shipping rates can be a bit steep for some so for those wishing to get their hands on it in Australia, you've got options. and are both official stockists of Morphe, allowing you to avoid those high shipping fees and get your hands on this beauty once it's released. With the popularity of the original 35O and multiple sell outs, we have no doubt the Second Nature palette will receive the same love.

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