Makeup look using the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette

Hi everyone,

I recently posted a step by step guide of a glam makeup look using the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette. It went down really well and people seemed to enjoy it, so I thought I’d post another look using this palette. If you want to see my other post, you can do so here.

Step one – Base: I first started out with the L’oreal Infallible primer (£7.99). I then went in with a mixture of the Dior forever foundation (£35) and L’oreal true match foundation (£9.99). I love this mixture as it makes the coverage very full and takes away the ‘greasy’ edge from the L’oreal foundation. As always, I used a flat foundation to blend this out.

Labelled BM palette

Step two – Eyes: I first did my eyebrows using the Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow pomade (£15) in the shade medium brown. I used a Morphe s25 for this. Then I applied Rimmel Wake Me Up concealer (£5.49) all over my lid using a Real Techniques flat foundation brush. Then I went into the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette (£19) and set this using the shade labelled 1A all over the lid with a Morphe s27 brush. I took the shade 1D in the same brush and blended it into the crease lightly. Next I took the shade 2C on a Morphe s12 brush and applied it on the outer and inner portions of my eyelid, leaving the middle section bare. I then took the deep purple, shade 4E, on a Morphe pencil brush and applied it to the very outer corner of my eye. With my finger, I then took the shade 3B and packed it onto the centre of my lid.
I added the L’oreal Miss Baby Roll mascara (£7.99) to my lashes then applied Eyeronic fake lashes in the style Ariel (£9.50). I added the shade 4E on my lower lash line using a Morphe pencil brush. Next I added Mac’s In extreme dimension 3D mascara (£19.50) on my lower lashes.

Makeup look BM Purple 2

Step three – Finishing: On a Real Techniques flat foundation brush, I used the Bourjois Radiance Reveal concealer (£7.99) under my eyes and on any blemishes. I then set this using the Rimmel Stay Matte powder (£3.99) in the shade peach glow with a Real Techniques contour brush. On a Morphe s13 brush I contoured using the bronzer from the L’oreal bronze duo in the shade Blonde Harmony (£10.99). I added Max Factor Creme Puff blusher (£8.99) in the shade Lovely Pink and added it to the apples of my cheeks using a Real Techniques contour brush. I used the highlight shade from the L’oreal duo on my brow bone and in the inner corners of my eyes. I highlighted my cheek bones and cupids bow with the Laura Geller baked gelato swirl illuminator (£21) in the shade Charming Pink. I used a Morphe s26 brush for this.
Finally I used the Lime Crime Velvetines liquid lipstick in the shade Polly.

This is the finished look

Makeup look - BM Purple

Jazmin xx

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12 thoughts on “Makeup look using the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette

  1. Beautiful look!

    Check out my latest post on the EL foundation. I’d love reading your thoughts 🙂
    Uhreej ⚡️ | uhreej.wordpress.com

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