I know Morphe isn’t for everyone, but I really like Morphe as a brand, and when I saw the Morphe 9R Bronze Metal Artistry Palette, I knew I had to have it in my collection as it looked like such a pretty neutral palette.
Morphe rebranded all of their nine-pan palettes earlier this year, and they all have colour co-ordinated packaging now, and there’s been quite a few new additions to the range, such as the Melon Pop Palette.
The Morphe 9R Bronze Metal Artistry Palette is the latest addition to the Morphe nine-pan palette collection, each of which are themed around different colour stories, and they’re all a little similar to the ColourPop monochromatic palette series.
All of the Morphe 9 pan palettes have plastic packaging, whereas their 35 pan palettes tend to have cardboard packaging these days. This palette has brown coloured, plastic casing with a mirror inside the lid, and nine powder shadows.
“Create #winning looks with 9 bronze, copper, and gold hues in dazzling shimmers and deep, silky mattes.“
Morphe 9R Bronze Metal Artistry Palette Swatches
All That Glimmers / Found Gilty / Penny Dropper / Get Glitzed
Stunt On ‘Em / Glitter Winner / 1st Place / Champion / Looks Rich
How amazing are these swatches for a £12 palette? The Morphe 9R Bronze Metal Artistry Palette is the perfect bronze palette, with a nice mix of matte and shimmer finishes.
Every single shade is pigmented, smooth and easy to blend, and whilst it might look like a ‘boring’ colour story to some, I’ve loved every makeup look I’ve created with this palette.
I particularly like that there’s some lighter shades for creating simple, subtle makeup looks, but thanks to shades like Looks Rich, you can create a lot of depth, and I think this palette would work for all skintones and ages, as the shadows are all so silky and smooth, and it’s available right here.
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