Autumn Eye Makeup Using Morphe 35O Palette

5:30 pm Alanna Hopgood 0 Comments

I've found a new love in the Morphe 35O palette. They have basically taken every shade of autumn and conveniently put them all into one, big, highly pigmented palette.

I've been loving using oranges on my eyes recently, so I thought I would share my go-to eye look at the moment using this palette.

Annoyingly, the Morphe palettes don't give names for their shades, so I have numbered the ones I have used in the image below.

I started by applying The Body Shop Instablur Eye primer all over my lids to make my shadows brighter and last all day. I top this with a touch of Urban Decay Naked concealer to give me an even base to work on.

I use shade 1 through my crease, really blending it out and making sure to apply quite a bit in the inner corner too. Using this light orange made sure that all of my darker shades blended together nicely.

Next, I took shade 2 and applied it through the crease, but really focusing on the corners. I also used shade 3 just in the corners to deepen the colour a bit further.

Then I used shade 4, which has to be my favourite in the palette, all over my lid. I dampened my brush with Urban Decay All-Nighter Setting Spray, which turns this shadow into more of a metallic foil. I also used Makeup Revolution Highlighter in Golden Lights in the centre of my lid and also the corner of my eye.

Finally, I finished off the look with NYX Matte Liquid Liner and Urban Decay Perversion Mascara, as well as some lashes. I don't tend to wear lashes very often, but if I am going somewhere special they really do make a huge difference.

I hope you like this look, and please tag me in any posts that you have used the Morphe 35O Palette in - I'd love to see all the different styles people have created!