The Moroccan Spice Palette from Fenty really adheres to the philosophy of this brand – that make up should never feel like a pressure or a uniform. There are so many versatile shades in this that you can go super light and neutral or take it full on sunset with dashes of jewel. It’s all there.
I have to say that the golden toned shades are delicious – so smooth with plenty of sheen and they swatch so well being buttery an so pigmented. I also love the inclusion of a grey shade in the form of Shisha Smoke – it’s made me think to try a grey and gold eye and I’ve never entered that territory before. So, it is about playing with colours – putting new ideas at your fingertips (which is down to the skill of whoever selected the colours) as well as safer options that you can wear without thinking about. I’m also impressed with the exterior – the purple cauldron of swirling colours – beautiful! As you’ll see in the swatches, there is a defined distinction between neutrals and brights so it’s like two palettes in one with a good selection of mattes and shimmers in each category.
In the swatch above from bottom to top: Mo’Rockin Ice, Mirage, Casablanca, Marrakesh, Shisha Smoke, Sahara Stunna, Quicksand and Desert Baked.
From bottom to top again: Evil Genie, Fez Up, Saffron, Cumin Get It, Souq it To me, Nuts in Dates, Henna Sea and Spice Trip. It’s £42 HERE.
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