The Morphe 2 Violet Vibes Quad Goals Multi-Palette is the third of the five Morphe 2 Quad Goals Palettes from the collection, and I’ve already reviewed the Fresh Peach quad and the Oh-So-Nudie quads here on the blog.
When Morphe 2 launched the five different quads, the Morphe 2 Violet Vibes Quad Goals Multi-Palette wasn’t one I was going to purchase, as the shades didn’t appeal.
However, it was on sale for half price, so I decided to pick it up as I was seriously wowed by Oh-So-Nudie and Fresh Peach, although spoiler alert, I wish I hadn’t bothered.
“Snap up four looks in one easy-to-use stack. Give your lids, lips, and cheeks a soft wash of color with these blendable, buildable shades in matte and shimmer finishes. Pop ’em on and go.“
These pastel coloured palettes are cute little stacks, featuring a mirror inside the lid, and then four separate compartments with different formulas/finishes, and shades. The four Morphe 2 Quad Goals Multi-Palettes are;
- Oh-So Nudie / Nude, Cinnamon, Cocoa Rose, Pearl
- Pink Please / Tulip, Rosy, Taffy, Cherry Blossom
- Violet Vibes / Lilac, Orchid, Raspberry, Amethyst
- Fresh Peach / Peach Swirl, Papaya, Coral, Sorbet
- Stay Golden / Sunbeams, Rich Rose, Caramel, Sparkles
On the bottom of each stack, there’s a sticker to show the name of each shade within the stack, as well as showing you where they’re intended to be used.
You can obviously use them however you wish, but it’s nice to have it clearly labelled which compartment within the stack is which.
The Morphe 2 Violet Vibes Quad Goals Multi-Palette includes;
- Lilac Eyeshadow
- Orchid Blusher
- Raspberry Tinted Lip Balm
- Amethyst Glitter Paste
I originally decided not to buy the Morphe 2 Violet Vibes Quad Goals Multi-Palette as it contained a glitter paste in the bottom compartment, whereas the other four other quads have cream highlighters.
I really don’t get why Morphe put an entirely different formula into this quad, and I hate it. It’s a thick, greasy balm, filled with tonnes of different sizes of glitter. What’s more, once you’ve applied the paste to the skin, the glitter is impossible to remove.
I had to use a nail brush on my hand just to remove this swatch, so I wouldn’t recommend applying it to the face, as no cleansers or wipes would remove it.
The eyeshadow in this stack is just a lilac shimmer, and not half as special as the shades in Fresh Peach and Oh-So-Nudie, and really, it’s just a disappointing stack, and I not one I’d use as I much prefer the other two, and I’ll share reviews of the final two stacks very soon.