Makeup Look Featuring Morphe x Jeffree Star Palette

Hey everyone, happy friday! It’s been a long week & we are fully in the swing of 2020 now. Today’s post is going to be a makeup look I created using the Morphe x Jeffree Star palette. I recently won this palette for a competition at work, which is amazing and I was so excited to use it. Of course, I just had to dip into the beautiful pinks in this palette, so this look is definitely PINK! If you want to see how I created this look then just keep reading.

Step One – Base: To prime I used the NYX Honey Dew Me Up primer (£15). I love this primer and have recently got back into it, I did a full review which you can check out here. Next I used the Huda #fauxfilter foundation (£32) with a Real Techniques beauty sponge. I love the flawless appearance of this foundation but I do have to be careful & not wear this daily as too much of it can break me out.

Step Two – Eyes: First I filled in my brows using the Benefit Brow Zings palette (£27) as usual. I then applied Collection Lasting Perfection concealer (£4.19) on my eyelids to prep them for eye shadow. I use these two products pretty much every time I do my makeup.
Next I opened up my brand new Morphe x Jeffree Star palette (£35). I took the cream shade ‘Lynn’ and applied it all over the lid with a Spectrum B03 brush. I used the same brush to buff the light pink shade ‘Back’ into the crease of my eyelid. I next picked up the bright pink shade ‘Self Made’ and applied that into the crease quite roughly with a Spectrum B06 brush. I added this shade bit by bit to build it up to be super pigmented. It blended out so easily. I also took a little bit of this shade onto my lower lash line on the outer edges too. Then on the same brush I blended the darker pinky/purple shade ‘Mogul’ more precisely into the crease & on the outer edge of the lid. On my finger I applied the pink shimmer shade ‘Don’t Know Her’ on the centre of my lid and onto the inner portion of my eyelid too.
I then took a Spectrum A15 and applied the light pink shimmer ‘Dog Mom’ on the inner corner of my eye. I used Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara (£22) on my lashes.

Step Three – Face: I used the Too Faced Born This Way Super Coverage concealer (£25) under my eyes, down my nose, on my chin & on the centre of my forehead. I blended this out with the Real Techniques beauty sponge. I set the concealed areas using the Too Faced Born This Way Loose Powder (£22) with a Real Techniques contour brush. Next I used the NYX Wonder Stick in medium (£11.50) to contour. I used the contour side on the perimeter of my forehead & to carve out my cheek bones. I blended this out with my beauty sponge too. Next I used the Fenty Sun Stalk’r Bronzer in Shady Biz (£25) on a Spectrum A05 brush on top of the areas I placed the NYX contour and a little on my nose & jaw line too. I then applied the Clinique Cheek Pop in Ginger Pop (£18) with a Wet n Wild blush brush. For highlight I used Benefit Cookie (£27) and applied this to the high points of my face with the brush that comes with this product.
To complete the look I popped on Sleek Major Morphosis Lip Lacquer in ‘That’s My Opinion’ (£5.49).

That’s all! What do you think of the completed look? I am so impressed with the Morphe x Jeffree Star palette & I will definitely continue to play with it.

Thanks for reading!

Jazmin xx


  1. January 10, 2020 / 3:22 pm

    This is a gorgeous look! Personally, I’d love to get my hands on the Blood Sugar pallet. Jeffree’s lipsticks are amazing, and it looks like the eyeshadows are just a good

  2. January 13, 2020 / 5:22 pm

    I completely adore this palette, particularly the green shade! I’ve actually never tried a Jeffree Star palette but I’ve heard amazing things and I am in love with his liquid lipstick formula and shades. I really want to try Blue Blood! <3

    Soph – x

    • January 13, 2020 / 8:07 pm

      It’s so beautiful isn’t it! I haven’t tried the lipsticks x

  3. Daisy
    January 13, 2020 / 9:45 pm

    Ooo! That is a stunning look! I love that colour on you! It’s not personally my kind of palette but you can tell it’s amazing quality!

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