Deep Cranberry Makeup Look using the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette!

Hey everyone,

I’ve had a few requests to write more blog posts using the Morphe bronzed mocha eye-shadow palette. So when I was getting ready to go out to the pub last night, I decided to play around with the palette. I ended up creating a look that I really love!

Step One – Base: Firstly, I used the Nivea soft moisturiser as a primer (£2.95). Then, using the real techniques foundation brush, I applied a mixture of L’oreal True Match foundation (£9.99) and Collection Lasting Perfection foundation (£5.99).


Step Two – Eyes: As usual, I filled my eyebrows in using the ABH dipbrow pomade (£19), with a Morphe s25 brush. I set them using Rimmel Brow This Way gel (£4.99). I applied the Collection Lasting Perfection concealer (£4.19) all over my eyelid using a Morphe s4 brush. Using a Morphe s27 brush, I set this using the first shade labelled ‘1A’, of the Morphe Bronzed Mocha Palette (£19). Then I took the shade labelled ‘2B’ and blended it into my crease. I did the same thing using the shade labelled ‘2A’. Then I took the shade ‘4D’ and blended this more precisely into my crease, and also brought it down into my outer V. Finally, using my finger, I used the shimmer shade labelled ‘3C’ all over my lid. Once I was happy with my eyeshadow, I used the Soap and Glory Supercat eyeliner (£6.50). Then I curled my lashes and applied the Maybelline Lash Sensational mascara (£8.99).

Bronzed Mocha Cranberry look 1

Step Three – Finishing: I applied the Collection Lasting Perfection concealer under my eyes, down the bridge of my nose and in the centre of my forehead. I used the Morphe s4 brush for this. I set my entire face using Rimmel Stay Matte powder (£3.99). On a Morphe s13, I used the contour colour from the Rimmel Kate Moss Sculpting palette (£6.99) to contour. I used the L’oreal Glam Bronze Duo bronzer (£10.99) to bronze up using the same brush. Next, I applied Rimmel Lasting Finish blush (£3.99) in the shade Santa Rose, using a Real Techniques contour brush. Then, on a Morphe s26 brush, I used the Laura Geller Baked Gelato Swirl highlighter in Charming Pink. Finally I used a Primark Matte Liquid Lipstick. I think the shade is called Cookies & Cream. I added a little bit of Mac Honeylove lipstick too.

Bronzed Mocha Cranberry look

That’s it! What do you think of the finished look? Let me know in the comments below!

Jazmin xx


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