I recently left a very beloved job and for my leaving present I was ecstatic to receive a Beauty Bay voucher. I love a good voucher, especially for places I wouldn’t normally shop! (Which is pretty much everywhere except MAC, New Look and Primark to be honest.) I already had a wishlist from browsing and knew straight away that I wanted a facemask and two eyeshadows from Makeup Geek, but I hadn’t quite decided on which Crease Brush I wanted from Morphe. I spent an afternoon looking at the Morphe products and kept coming back to the 25A Copper Spice Palette.
The slick, square shapes and super shimmery eyeshadows were all it really took to grab my attention. I have so many warm eyeshadow palettes already, but I was on the lookout for more mustard tones and since the Copper Spice palette had quite a few, I decided it was worth the investment. I mean, at £19.50 I still had plenty of leftover money from my voucher so I might as well treat myself, right?
The top two rows have softer, clay coloured eyeshadows that work great as base and transition colours. The middle row has darker eyeshadows with a warm reddish undertone, making them perfect for the outer corner and to darken the crease. The most eye-catching colours are definitely the foiled colours on the fourth row. They give any look an added POW! and I’ve seen a few people wear this on the inner corner for a pop of shimmer! Obviously my favourite is the copper one – but that’s no surprise, it is?! The last row has a few more dark shimmery colours and the matte brown and black colour which I love for smoking out the corners.
The colours have great pigmentation and are super soft – luckily they don’t go “dusty” like my Tarte Pro Amazonian Clay Palette. The darker colours are easy to blend without looking patchy or dirty and the shimmers look as good on the eye as they do in their pans! I’m now thinking I might need to add the 25B Bronze Mocha to my collection too – I don’t think I have enough purples in my kit!
Have you tried the Copper Spice or Bronzed Mocha Palettes? What did you think? Let me know in the comments below!