Hi beauties! I am back with this beautiful Morphe 35G Bronze Goals Eyeshadow Palette! This is their newest creation and it just screams summer-time bronze goals! (Literally! haha) You can purchase it online or at a Morphe store near you! The palette retails for USD$24.00/CAD$31.00. It is a limited-edition palette so definitely don’t wait too long if you are thinking about purchasing it because it looks like it won’t be around for the long-haul!

Front of the palette

The palette itself is made from cardboard which makes it nice & light for travelling! It does not have a mirror included in it which is unfortunate but I suppose that’s why the price-point isn’t too bad considering you are getting 35 shadows! (Think of a classic M.A.C shadow size)

Dimensions of Palette: Length – 9″ / Width – 6 1/2″ / Thickness – 1/2″ / Number of Pans: 35 / Pan Size: 1″ (Net Wt. 56.2g / 1.98oz).

The names of the shadows are not written on the palette itself but provided on a plastic sheet that comes with the palette. I do really wish they would have written the names of the shadows on the palette though.. it would have been super convenient!


ROW 1:
Glare (metallic icy nude)
Sandy (matte fawn)
Glow On (metallic golden)
Island Life (metallic tropical copper)
Deserted (matte warm nude)
Paradise (metallic rosé)
Toasted (matte milk chocolate)

ROW 2:
Tropics (metallic cool coral)
Poolside (metallic spicy golden)
Copper Cabana (metallic copper penny)
Nekked (matte ginger)
For Shore (metallic terra-cotta)
Hotness (metallic cherry)
Triple Digit (metallic sandy beach)
ROW 3:
Hey Vacay (metallic toasted apricot)
Record Temps (matte brick red)
Sunning (metallic pumpkin spice)
Summer Vibes (metallic tangerine)
Bronze Out (metallic blood orange)
SPF (matte cinnamon)
Sexy Beach (metallic hot copper)
ROW 4:
Sol (metallic gold leaf)
So Golden (metallic bold gold)
Rays (metallic golden honey)
Roastin’ (shimmering walnut)
Tan Up (matte rich clay)
Beach Mood (metallic rusty rose)
Heatwave (matte mocha)
ROW 5:
Solstice (metallic turmeric)
101 Degrees (metallic bronze)
Tan-talize (metallic cocoa)
Equator (matte coffee bean)
Burnt (matte raisin with sparkle)
Night Dip (shimmering charcoal)
Deep End (matte black)

Overall, the matte shadows are super butter, pigmented and very blendable which is amazing! I actually had a bit of trouble with some of the metallic shades as I found they seemed to be pressed a bit too hard which made less product available and I really had to dig in with my brush to get a decent amount of pigment. Once you do dig in enough the pigment is there but I found the formula to be a bit strange and harder to work with! Other than that I found the shadows to be really nice and I love the colour combinations. You do get a lot more metallic shadows in comparison to mattes so definitely keep that in mind!

I did also post a first impressions video and tutorial using this palette so definitely give it a watch to hear & see more!

XO Julia

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