Both of these are a 12 eyeshadow pan with a mixture of shimmer and matte shades. The packaging is matte black plastic, thin & lightweight making it easier to travel with. These palettes have talc, mineral oil and parabens within the ingredients, which are not the best ingredients. Puts me on the fence as I try to avoid paraben products when possible. If you don't mind for that kind of thing and want to try Morphe eyeshadows, see my opinion below.
A neutral & night palette, Morphe 12NB Natural Beauty Palette reminds me of a Veluxe finish with neutral shades to deep reds. The first 5 shades of the palette are light & I find a little chalky, they could be good transition / blendable colours but without a doubt these needed a white base for the colour to be noticeable. The other 7 are not as bad, they're darker in pigmentation. I find this palette is fluid as it's got the ability to transition from shade to shade, very complimentary for an everyday look. I use the warm brown - orange undertone 7th shade, 9th shade a matte milk chocolate brown & 10th is more a warm medium matte brown frequently.
They're beautiful to look at which goes without saying & I pull out these palettes frequently but I seem to only use a couple shades to pull the look together. The longevity is pretty good, they hold up throughout the day. As I mostly use these as a transition, crease or lower lash line, I can't say how they really work on the eyelid. The purchases wasn't a need and I'm sure I'll have the palette for quite awhile so I don't see a repurchase anytime soon.
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