Eyeshadow, my biggest vice. I know I don’t really need any more, but when a palette as pretty as this one comes into my life, how on earth can I say no? The new Jeffree Star x Morphe artistry palette was released just last week and forms part of a collection consisting of brushes, setting spray and sponges. This is the second collaboration they have done together, the palette is a lot more affordable than many from the pure Jeffree Star line making it accessible to many fans that might not have been able to buy previous releases. So today I’ve got a Jeffree Star x Morphe Artistry Palette review for you!
- 30 Shadows.
- Vegan & Cruelty free.
- A combination of pressed pigments and shadows.
- A mix of mattes, shimmers and a pressed glitter in shade millions.
- Each shade is new and different to anything in previous JS palettes.
- The palette has a large mirror in the lid.
The shade names in this palette are really quirky, check the first row out if you’re a fan of watching JS videos on Youtube.
- Welcome – shimmering white
- Back – matte blush
- To – pearlescent pink shimmer
- My – matte pale pink
- Channel – matte tangerine
- Wand Noise – shimmering red/orange
- Lynn – matte light beige
- 1985 – matte medium beige
- Mogul – matte purple
- Self-Made – matte hot pink
- Dog Mom – shimmering coral
- Honest Truth – matte coral
- Designer Label – champagne
- Mr. Diva – matte tangerine
- Boss Angeles – matte deep red
- Pink Fleet – matte fuchsia
- Calabasas – matte wine red
- Don’t Know Her – shimmering barbie pink
- Rolls With It – cool gold
- Millions – gold pressed glitter
- Girrrl – bronze shimmer
- What’s the Tea? – tea colour!
- Vroom Vroom – matte dark grey
- Custom Rims – silver shimmer
- Glam Rapids – gold shimmer with green hints
- Wake & Bake – avocado green
- Nate – matte green
- Drive-Thru – dark gold shimmer
- Hi Dude! – matte dark brown
- Fast Lane – matte black
I found the formulas of these eyeshadows great. They were easily blendable and very soft and creamy. The pigmentation was good and very vivid. I did experience some staining of the eyelid from some of the pink colours but this is to be expected with pressed pigments.
You can create crazy looks or neutral toned down looks – this palette really does have it all. With 30 shadows for £35 you can’t really complain. The shadows lasted well on my lid and fallout was kept to a minimum.
The one pressed glitter in the palette has excellent pay off, it almost has a gel consistency and so there isn’t loads of glitter fallout. Applied with a damp brush you can press it onto the lid for a high amount of coverage and a very striking statement eye.
I can’t wait to keep playing around with the palette and creating more looks!