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Morphe x Pony Constellation Sky Artistry Pallet Review

Way back in December, I self-gifted myself several makeup products from Ulta Beauty. One of the last items I purchased myself but I never reviewed is the Morphe x Pony Constellation Sky Artistry Pallet. I really liked the colors in the pallet as well as the fact the pallet is inspired by the night sky. Since it’s the time of the year when lighter colored makeup is common, I decided to hold off posting a review of the pallet until now.

Before I talk about what I think of the pallet, I want to show what the pallet and box the pallet comes in looks like. Here is what the front of the box the pallet comes in looks like…

And the back…

Here is what the pallet (On the right) and the box it comes in (On the left) looks like side by side…

And the box and the pallet with the pallet open…

Here is what the pallet looks like open and without the box by it’s side…

And here is a closeup of the colors in the pallet…

Unfortunately, my camera would not cooperate with me, so the colors in the pallet photographed darker than they actually are in real life. I tried to edit the photograph to make it lighter, but it washed out some of the details of the eye shadows. I’ll talk about these details later in the post.

The pallet itself is sturdy. It does not come with a mirror like other Morphe pallets do, but it is covered with beautiful celestial imagery, which matches the them of the pallet. The cover lays completely flat. This helps access the eye shadows easier and could help in holding the pallet easier. The cover of the pallet also has a magnetic closure. This helps keep the cover closed, protecting the eye shadows better. The names of the eye shadows are printed below each pan of eye shadow. This is really nice because Morphe doesn’t do this with all their eye shadows. Instead, the colors are found on a plastic sheet that is removable and can be tossed away.

I love the colors in this pallet. It is a combination of light lavenders, blues, pinks, and peaches with complementary darker shades, including browns, dark purples, and burgundy shades. The two swirled shades in the larger pans located in the middle of the pallet, called Interstellar and Nebula, are a glittered tan (Interstellar) and lavender (Nebula). In addition to those shades, there are other glitter shades as well as matte colors. It blends well and is very pigmented. There isn’t fallout from the shadows as well.

I really love this pallet. It fits perfectly in my makeup collection and adds shades I don’t already own as well as matte and glitter shadow options for colors I use often. I highly recommend this pallet to anyone looking into buying it or is interested in buying a pallet with a variety of colors in both matte and glitter shades.

Well, that’s all for now! Thank you for reading!

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