Hello my loves. Today I will be doing a review on the Deysi Danger Highlighting Palette from Morphe. Word got out about this palette collaboration earlier this year & the buzz kind of died down for a bit & then Deysi started giving us teasers on her social media again. I promised myself that I was going to get it because I love supporting people in the beauty community. I’ll have to admit that when the first set of swatches came out, I wasn’t impressed. This palette is better appreciated in person. I think that the pictures on social media aren’t doing this palette justice.
The actual palette comes in this beautiful hologram gold box. I wish that Morphe had made the actually palette the same as the box. Morphe most likely wanted to make it the same packaging as their palettes that they have in the core line. On the back, you will find a message from Deysi.
I have collaborated with Morphe to bring a highlighting palette to their collection. You will find colors in this collection that I have rocked since my counter days; mixing colors and making my own as always. With this palette. you can go from a soft dewy look to a complete Deysi Danger beat down! You will glow so hard you will look RADIOACTIVE! I hope you love it as much as I LOVE EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU…
Never give up on your dreams because everything is possible in this life; if I did it so can you!
The palette comes with 9 highlighters, two of which are matte & the rest vary in degree of shine.
First Row L-R
- Vanilla Matte (rose toned)
- Banana Matte (yellow toned)
- White with Gold Chrome
Second Row L-R
- Satin Peach Base with Pink Chrome
- Cool Opalescent Light Pink
- Mid-Tone Fuchsia Pink
Third Row L-R
- Bright Gold with Slight Yellow tone
- Soft Rose Gold
- Deep Copper
All of the shimmery powders have a soft texture, which means that any brush you use will pick up a lot of product, which makes the intensity of the powders difficult to control. The two matte powders are buildable and aren’t as soft as the shimmer powders.
All of my pictures are two swipes each, but they are more pigmented when using a brush. If you want the powder to be more intense, so can take a setting spray or facial mist and dampen the brush. Nyx Cosmetics Dewy Face Setting Spray or M.A.C Fix + are my two favorite sprays to use with highlighters.
I didn’t have issues with these fading or rubbing off on anything. I have not tested these on bare skin, only on a full face of makeup and with setting spray. I typically wear makeup for 8 hours a day, so they lasted through the whole time I wore makeup.
♥XOXO♥, Crystal Emme