Morphe Jaclyn Hill Favorites Palette | Swatch & Review

So last January " Jaclyn Hill " teamed up with " Morphe Brushes " and came out with this amazing eyeshadow palette. If you guys don't know who Jaclyn is, she is an amazing makeup artist on youtube. Jaclyn and Morphe brushes teamed up and they came up with this palette called Jaclyn Hill Favorites.

 Basically jaclyn has put all of her favorites eyeshadows from morphe in one palette. The packaging is exactly same like other morphe palettes. Regular morphe palettes come with 35 eyeshadows but this one as its a limited edition it comes with 28 eyeshadows.

This palette has a very good assortment of all different textures of eyeshadows. Shimmery, matte, satin all kind of finishes you are getting at price tag of 29 dollars. And I was so overly crazy because it's Jaclyn's and  paid extra 7 dollars shipping charge too. Fan girl problems!!

None of the eyeshadows contain chunks of glitter which I really liked. This palette is very much warm though. Jaclyn loves her warm shades but there's some cool and neutral shades too. With 13 mattes and 15 shimmery shades, there are a ton of looks that can easily be created.

 All of the shadows from this palettes are very much pigmented and buttery. Shimmery ones exactly feels like melted butter. They feels super high quality. Without any kind of primer underneath the swatches came out very pigmented on hand. Blendabilty and pigmentation is amazing and also they didn't creased on me!

Have a look on all the swatches taken on hand. Swatches are shown without applying any kind of primer underneath.

Now that I've said all of these awesome things, I have to deliver some unfortunate news. This palette is completely unavailable now at-Morphe. As it was a limited edition palette, it was first launched in January and then on peoples high demand they bring back it in stock in February I believe. Now its July and I don't think they will bring back this edition anymore. So you can not buy this as a palette but still if you want you can buy the shadows as single pans and create your own palette.


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