Pretty glam makeup look using the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette

Hi guys,

Today I’ve got another pretty makeup look to share with you today using my new Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette, which is limited edition. I managed to get my hands on this beautiful palette on the second release of them and I am so happy about it. You can still get this palette in a set with the Copper Spice on the Morphe website at the time of writing this, if you’re interested.

Step one – Base: My skin has been feeling super dry lately so I used the Nivea soft moisturiser (£2.79) before any makeup products so that my makeup sat better on the skin. Once this had soaked in I added the L’oreal Infallible Primer (£7.99). Next I applied a mixture of L’oreal true match foundation (£9.99) in the shade ivory and Collection lasting perfection (£5.99) in porcelain. I used a flat foundation brush to blend this out.

Labelled BM palette

Step two – Eyes: I first did my brows using the Maybelline master brow palette (£8.99) as I wanted a more natural looking brow. I used the Morphe s25 for this. I then applied Rimmel wake me up concealer (£5.49) all over my lid and blended it out with the Real Techniques flat foundation brush.
I then went into the Bronzed Mocha Morphe palette. I took the shade labelled 1A and applied it all over the lid to set the concealer using the Morphe s27 brush. Next I took 1C on the same brush as used it as a transition shade in the crease of my eye. Then I took the Morphe s12 brush and applied the shade 5B in the crease and brought it down into my outer corner. Once these shades were blended out I took the shimmer shade 3C and applied it on my lid using my finger for maximum pigment payoff. I then took that transition shade 1C on the Morphe s27 brush and blended out the edges of the shimmer shade.
Once I was happy with the shadows, I took the Rimmel exaggerate liquid eyeliner (£5.29) and created a wing. I applied the L’oreal Miss Manga mascara (£7.99). I added some Dimples eyelashes which you can pick up super cheap from stores like Home Bargain. They just made my lashes a little longer and fuller.

BM 2

Step three – Finishing: I used the Bourjois radiance reveal concealer (£7.99) under my eyes to conceal and highlight, as well as on my nose, chin and forehead. I blended it out using the Real Techniques flat foundation brush. I set this using the Rimmel stay matte powder (£3.99) in peach glow, with the Reach Techniques contour brush. On the Morphe s13 brush I contoured using Rimmel Kate Moss sculpting palette (£6.99). I added the NYC blushable cream stick in the shade Soho Pink and blended it out using the Morphe s94 brush. I can’t find this blush anywhere online, so maybe it has been discontinued. I highlighted using the same Rimmel Sculpting palette with the Morphe s26 brush. Finally, I added Lime Crime velvetines liquid lipstick in the shade Saint (£15).

BMThat’s it! What do you think of the finished look?

Jazmin xx

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