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Bethzy Chavez and Michelle Garcia

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By: M   Intro- In this blog we will be reviewing the James Charles palette and the Jaclyn Hill palette which are both from Morphe (beauty/make-up company). We will also review how it looks on different color skins. We will review which is better and the pros and cons of each palette. 

James Charles Morphe palette “Unleash Your Inner Artists”-  

Rate out of 5 stars:  4.5 out 5 

Pro’s: 

  • The shades are good for any skin colors
  • The shades are more pigment 
  • They show up more 
  • You have more colors to create make-up looks  
  • Better quality on different skin tones- Light, medium, and dark 

Con’s: 

  • Some of the eyeshadows were dry.  
  • There’s a lot of fall out. 
  • Some of the colors would stain your face. 
  • There wasn’t any eyeshadow names on the palette.  
  • Some shadows were Lacking pigment, very chalky. 

 

Colors of the James Charles Palette – 

Row 1: Canvas (matte cream), Ring Light (shimmer pearl), So Good (metallic true gold), 518 (matte neon orange), Rusted (matte chili orange), Halloween (metallic copper), Wig (metallic warm brass), Tea (matte dark taupe) 

Row 2: Punch Me (matte latte), Sister (shimmer rose gold), Mary (matte dusty rose), Literally (shimmer flamingo pink), You’re Kidding (matte red), Shook (metallic cranberry), Boutique (matte maroon), Benny (matte black coffee) 

Row 3: Flashback (matte true white), Face (shimmer champagne highlight), Tune (matte light peach), Code James (matte sunset orange), 10% Off (matte burnt orange), No Beans (matte warm brown), Spooky (matte true black) 

Row 4: Bee (matte bright yellow), Guac (metallic avocado green), Hello (shimmer blue ice), Playground (matte neon blue), Brother (matte true blue), Artistry (metallic amethyst purple), Love That (matte magenta), Pinkity Drinkity (matte baby pink)

 Row 5: Social Blade (matte lime green), Daddy (matte forest green), Cape Cod (metallic seafoam blue), Cola (matte royal blue), A Cappella (metallic navy blue), Escape (matte plum purple), Single (matte orchid purple), Skip (matte neon pink)

#MorpheUS #UnleashYourInnerArtist 

      Swatches-

Jaclyn Hill Morphe Eyeshadow Palette- 

Rate out of 5 stars:  3.5 out of 5 stars 

   The main problem was that the shades were too natural which made on a darker skin tone it wouldn’t show up with pigment it would be either too light on the eye or it just wouldn’t show.. 

Jaclyn Hill Morphe Palette- 

Swatches Of Jaclyn Hill:

 

Pro’s- 

  • Eyeshadow palette is affordable for 35 shades of eyeshadow. 
  • Eyeshadow was light and not too heavy on the eyelids.
  • Packaging of the palette was good and had the shade names on the back of the palette. 
  • The eyeshadow highlights were pigment

Cons-  

  • Didn’t show up well on darker skin types
  •  There were 4 eyeshadow shades that didn’t really went well with palette. Colors like blue and purple with a natural eyeshadow palette.  
  • Some of the eyeshadows pigment were lacking. 
  • It doesn’t good with the lighter colors. 

 

Eyeshadows from Morphe X Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow palette:  

First Row: Englight, Beam, Silk Crème, M.F.E.O, Faint, Sissy, Little Lady

Second Row: Creamsicle, Butter, Pooter, Pukey, Hunts Firework, Queen

Third Row: Obsessed, S.B.N, Hillster, Roxanne, Jacz, Buns, Cranapple

Fourth Row: Royalty, Twerk, Hustle, Meeks, 24/7, Chip, Mocha

Fifth Row: Pool Party, Jade, Diva, Enchanted, Centra, Park, Soda Pop, Abyss

 

#JaclynHill #MorpheUS 

Where To Buy The Palette- https://www.morphe.com/products/jh2-jaclyn-hill-ii-palette– Morphe 

The TEA! – Now it’s time to spill the tea, overall between the James Charles palette and Jaclyn Hill palette, we think James Charles Palette is better. There were more colors and the eyeshadows were good on other skin tones. The palette was affordable and had a variety of colors to create cool and amazing makeup looks. Jaclyn Hill palette on the other side was more for natural looks.       

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