The Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Divine Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette has today been revealed as being the latest in a long line of Morphe x Jaclyn Hill collaboration palettes.
The last palette launch was last year, with the Jaclyn Hill Palette Volume II. It was a super bright and colourful take on her original palette, however we’ve seen many palette collabs between Morphe and Jaclyn Hill.
The Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Divine Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette was first hinted about yesterday, when Jaclyn shared a black and white photo of some swatches, saying she was excited to reveal her new collaboration.
Since that post, many had been trying to guess whom the collaboration would be with, and I have to be honest, I really didn’t think it would be Morphe again, as they have collaborated so many times.
We’ve seen Jaclyn team up with Morphe and Becca, and that’s it, so I do think it would be nice to see something different, as it feels quite repetitive. Plus Jaclyn now owns her own beauty brand, so it feels a little backwards to then go create something from another brand.
Jaclyn addressed the concept of the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Divine Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette, in her Instagram Stories. It’s a twelve pan neutral palette, is $18 and features six matte neutrals and six shimmer neutrals.
Jaclyn said she couldn’t create a twelve pan palette for $18 through her own brand, which is why she chose to go back to Morphe for her next collaboration.
She wanted this new palette to be your go-to neutrals palette, as there are so many bright and colourful artistry palettes right now.
She wanted it to be the perfect travel palette, and the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Divine Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette features cardboard packaging and a mirror inside the lid.
The six matte shades in the palette are:
- Chic Happens
- Just Barely
- Good Vibes
- Boo Bear
- Cinnamon Roll
Then the six shimmer shades are:
- Awe Luxe
- Birthday Suit
- Risqué Business
- Strip Tease
Overall, I think it’s a pretty palette. I think makeup obsessives are going to have straight up neutral palettes in their collection by the dozen, so it’ll be a redundant colour story for many, but if you don’t already own a neutral eyeshadow palette, you might love this palette.