Eyeshadow Palette Focus: The Morphe 25A Copper Spice & 25B Bronzed Mocha Limited Edition Palettes

This past January Morphe came out with these two new eyeshadow palettes called the 25A “Copper Spice” and the 25B “Bronzed Mocha” palettes.  I had seen them in a video of beauty Youtuber Jaclyn Hill and could not believe how beautiful they were and the pigmentation and creaminess of the shadows when she swatched them.  I missed out on getting the 35R palette the first time before it ran out of stock and ordered these instead and am so glad I did!    Morphe has really been kicking up their game lately; especially in the last couple of years with the 350 matte and 350 shimmer palettes (that sold out so fast and took me forever to finally purchase with them constantly running out even with multiple restocking), the “Fall Into Frost” palette, and most recently the 35R “Rose Gold” palette  I have seen many looks done with these palettes and have liked them all so far.  They have a good range of colors in them with coppery, earthy, bronzes, golds, rust, and cream colored neutral matte and shimmer shades with a couple of purple shades that you would think be more of a fall palette but is on trend with the copper smokey eye that seems to be increasing in popularity for summer.  They also have a good amount of matte transitional shades in them in proportion to the shimmers in the palette.

There are 25 shades in each palette and is priced at $33.98 per palette with 1 inch pan size and a little smaller in diameter than the usual black plastic with clear lid palettes that are different from the usual larger all black plastic palettes that we all know Morphe usually uses.   It’s nice to be able see the shadows from the lid without actually opening the palette which I know can be a plus from a makeup artists point of view because it makes it easy to find product from your kit when working on a client instead of shuffling through the whole kit which can save some time.  Upon using they apply really smooth to the skin with high color payoff and pigmentation as well as having good staying power with little flyaway.  I plan on using these in an upcoming post with a summer copper eye look soon.  All in all, I love these palettes and can’t get over how amazing they are for the price and would recommend them to anybody!

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6 thoughts on “Eyeshadow Palette Focus: The Morphe 25A Copper Spice & 25B Bronzed Mocha Limited Edition Palettes

  1. I love these palettes! I’m aching to try Morphe soon. I loved this entry. I’ve been following your blog for quite some time, and I’m definitely hooked. Looking forward to your future content.
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    Mena
    femmerewritten.com 💕

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