If you’re an avid YouTube watcher like myself, you have heard of the wonderful Morphe 35O Palette . With 35 shades to choose from at a bargain price of $22.99 it’s hard not to resist picking up your own. For the last few months I’ve strayed away from it, but wanted to rekindle my love for this palette by creating this look. The shades are very warm, buttery, and blend on the eyelids with ease. I’ve never been a fan of cool-toned palettes so this one hits the spot for me with all the shades of shadow i’ll ever need. See below for a subtle smokey eye that I created with this gorgeous palette!

P.S. please excuse how messy mine is! The pigment of the shadows do tend to get everywhere and didn’t have the time to clean the palette with detail

To get the look started I like to use a concealer or foundation as an eye primer to help blur/cover the veins and darkness on my eyelids, then set it with a loose powder. Setting your eye primer with a powder allows any eyeshadow to glide and blend onto your lid without issues or unevenness.

Using my ELF Mineral Blending eyeshadow brush (I don’t think they sell it anymore – so any fluffy blending brush will do!) and apply the color shown above to my crease, and outer V.

Using the deeper brown, I use a Coastal Scents Classic Blender Crease Brush and apply this in the crease as well but a little lower more closer to my eyelid as well as under my eyes. I like to do this to ensure that there is a gradient of colors on the lid that look blended and seamless tying the look together.

Going in with one of my favorite shadows of this palette, I use the Oval Flat Brush from my Morphe 9 Piece Deluxe Vegan Set and press this onto my eyelids, right below the crease and avoiding the outer V area. If i’m wanting more pigment I use my ring finger to apply this shadow.

To deepen the outer corner I use the same vegan set from Morphe and use the Round Crease Brush. I work this deep brown gradually into that corner. I like to build the color on the outer corner so that I am careful and do not go overboard with the brown. This brown in the 35O palette is very pigmented so starting off with a little and working your way up is the safest route to take!

Using the same ELF brush and whatever is left on the brush (I do not re-dip the brush into the light brown shadow) I used to start off the shadow look, I go in and blend the crease and outer corner. I keep blending until everything looks seamless and no harsh lines are visible.

After all of the shadows have been blended I curl my lashes and apply my mascara. I think that falsies would be perfect for this eyeshadow look to add a little more of a pop!

Since I want the eyes to be the focal point, I paired this look with the COVERGIRL Colorlicious Lipstick in Honeyed Bloom.

Hope you enjoyed! I can’t wait to create more looks with this palette.

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