The Ultimate Autumnal Eyeshadow Palette

Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
Hey everyone,
Around this time last year I bought my first ever Morphe palette/product, which was the Morphe 35O palette. I had heard so many good things about that palette and it looked absolutely beautiful and I most certainly was not disappointed! I use that palette near enough every day when I wear makeup and somehow it's still going strong so I thought it was about time that I tried out another one of Morphe's palettes as they are so useful containing 35 shadows in each palette. I decided to go for the 'Fall Into The Frost 35F' palette as the colours looked right up my street, as I love using warm, cranberry shades.
The palette contains a collection of 35 shadows, 28 of which are shimmer shades and 7 are warm-toned matte shades, which are situated on the bottom row. This palette contains very good mid tone browns, earth tones, champagne tones and in particular, berry tones which I love as it means in only one palette, I can create a lot of versatile eye-makeup looks. I love the cranberry, plum shades in this palette as I think they will be perfect for Autumn! With the name of this palette being 'Fall Into The Frost', it is clear that this eyeshadow palette was in fact inspired for the Autumn/Winter season so I can definitely see this being my go-to eyeshadow palette for those seasons.
I bought this palette from and I was extremely impressed with the packaging that it came in, so much so that I videoed myself unboxing it on my Instagram story (VLBeautyx- *shameless plug!*). It came in a large cardboard box surrounded by bubble wrap for protection, and was slotted inside the usual Morphe black card packaging, with their logo on the front of it. Although the palette itself is simple and plastic and maybe appear to be cheap, for £22 for 35 colours I don't think you can expect too much. Plus, being plastic makes this palette extremely thin and travel friendly!
I have swatched all of the shadows for you, starting from the top row to the bottom row and going from left to right. When doing so, I felt like all of the shadows were extremely pigmented and buttery. The shimmer shadows caught my eye immediately as they have a lovely foiled finish and intense colour pay-off. I didn't even need a base or primer for the shadows, they are extremely pigmented just on their own! The matte shadows are very creamy and blend effortlessly but I am slightly disappointed with the matte black. When I was swatching it, unlike all the other shadows, it took me a few swipes to achieve a strong pigmentation and when applied onto the lid directly, this isn't the most pigmented of black shades that I own, but in saying that, it isn't the worst either!
Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
Top Row
Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
2nd Row
Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
3rd Row

Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
4th Row
Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette
5th and final row (matte shades)
 I love how this palette also contains a few transition shades (first couple on the bottom row from the left in the palette and first 3 from the left on my arm) so that you have everything that you need to create lots of different looks.

Morphe Fall Into The Frost 35F Palette

Overall, this palette is a huge success for me and in comparison to my Morphe 350 palette, this one is definitely more versatile in terms of shades. I hope this review was interesting and/or it helped you!
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