Morphe Fall Into Frost Review


Hello everyone!

The 30f 'Fall Into Frost' palette had been on my wishlist for months when I got it for Christmas. It's an eyeshadow palette from Morphe featuring plenty of bronze and gold shades mixed with a few bold reds and subtle creams. Amongst beauty lovers, Morphe palettes are a cult favourite, and this one is often sold out on Cult Beauty, Beauty Bay, and Morphe's own website, so I thought I'd share this review of it for those of you who want one but are wondering if its popularity is justified.

Let's begin with the basics. The packaging is well designed and simple. Its sleek and would fit comfortably in a medium sized handbag, and it opens and closes nice an smoothly. It doesn't feel cheap, but it's not quite as luxurious as the Naked palette's plush suede exterior.


There are 35 largeish pans in the palette, in shades ranging from bronze and gold to red and orange, as well as neutral cream and beige shades which are always useful. A large mirror in the lid would have been nice, but it's not necessary and I tend to use a handheld mirror regardless of whether there is one in the palette. I just think the space could have been used for that purpose.

I think a lot of the shades are very different to those you would find in other places. The only time I've seen literal red shades in a palette I own (and I have more than my fair share) is the shade 'Gash' in the Urban Decay Vice palette. There are a few golds that I think are different as well - less yellow gold, more true metallic. Also, a lot of palettes put in one white/cream shades and call it a day, but the top row of this one is dedicated to those lovely pale shades which help make the perfect gradient. I would have liked to see a shimmery black shade, as well as just a matte shade, and a few of the shades look very similar to each other.


The shades are very easy to blend, both with each other to create cohesive looks and out towards the brow bone to prevent a harsh line. As well as this, they are extremely pigmented from application to removal at the end of the day, which is something I really like. A few of the shades in the Urban Decay Vice palette do not last as long as these do.

I don't know the exact price of this one because I got it as a gift, but Morphe palettes of this size usually cost between £20-£25, which I think is extremely good value for something this high quality. Less than £1 per shadow, and they are highly pigmented, blendable, and have beautiful shimmer without chunky glitter. They're worth every penny.


You can create a full look with this palette. The beige matte shades along the bottom make for perfect transition shades, and there are a whole load of colours to make your look, ranging from light to dark. There are also lots of different colours to choose from so you can do a different look whenever you want. This means that if you're travelling you would only need to take one palette with you which is great for travelling light.

I would recommend this palette mostly for people with blue or grey eyes, and I think it would work really well for brown eyes as well. Don't despair if I haven't mentioned your eye colour, because they do plenty of other palettes in other colours, and if you fancy this palette anyway the colours will still look lovely. Morphe have a palette full of purple shades which would work really nicely with grey, green, and hazel eyes as well.

I think it's pretty obvious how pleased I am with this palette. I think it's very good quality and fairly inexpensive compared with other palettes of this standard. If you want one, you can go directly to the Morphe website. However, it's often sold out there, so I'd recommend looking on Cult Beauty if that's the case. Finally, I've seen a few people get them from Amazon and they seem genuine, but be careful buying from there, trust your gut.

Thank you for reading my review, I hope it's helped you in some way.

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