“Daisy here, and welcome back to my blog!”
I haven’t done a review in a while, so I thought I’d do one on the most in-demand make-up palette at the moment. And that palette is the Morphe x James Charles Artistry Palette. I have followed James Charles since his tweet about bringing his ring light to his school photo went viral. I love his makeup looks and YouTube videos, so I was so excited to buy the palette when it was announced! The colours looked amazing, and the formula sounded to die for! And it wasn’t too expensive either (after using code ‘JAMES’ for 10% off).
I actually got the palette for Christmas, but with university deadlines, I haven’t had much of a chance to really experiment with the palette, so now is my chance to let loose! Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I’d use the palette to try out two different Valentine themed looks and ‘Unleash My Inner Artist’.
However, please excuse the fact that I’m definitely not a makeup artist or professional in the slightest, so the looks aren’t going to be the best that you’ve ever seen! But I tried my best 😂😂
The first one is inspired by @abbyrobertsartistry on Instagram. I discovered Abby’s Instagram after she took over James Charles Instagram stories, and absolutely love every look she’s created. I also thought this would be the perfect look to test all of the bright colours I wouldn’t use everyday!
Shades – you’re kidding, 518, bee, skip, social blade, playground, escape, single.
(Glitter is NYX)
This next one is inspired by @snatchedbyjake on Instagram. I found this look and thought its the perfect look for Valentine’s Day! Also a slightly more wearable look than the first one (minus the heart freckles of course!)
Shades – rusted, you’re kidding, sister, boutique.
(Hearts are Kylie Cosmetics Liquid Lipstick in Mary Jo)
My final thoughts: This palette is incredible. The pigment, the ease of blending, and variety of shades is just amazing. I feel like I can actually get rid of some of my older palettes now, and lighten up my makeup supply. There are so many options with the vast variety in shades. This has easily become my favourite palette! I get the feeling I’ll be using this a lot more!
Have you got/want the palette? What are your favourite looks?