I feel like I haven’t written a blog post in ages. This post was supposed to be up a few days ago, but I got busy and didn’t have time. I was feeling rather inspired to write today and I’m quite excited to share another comparison post with you guys. As read from the title, this is a comparison post on real vs fake Morphe palettes. Let’s get straight into it!
Packaging:When glancing fast, the front of the palettes might look identical. Upon a closer look though, you will notice the ‘M’ on the original is more red and not orangey, as the ‘M’ on the fake. It is also wider and thinner than the fake ‘M’. The ‘orphe’ is also thinner, more greyish in color, and spaced out a bit more on the original. The fake ‘orphe’ wording leans more white than grey. (Please excuse scratches on the boxes. It happened when I stored them and is not as apparent than they are on the pictures)
Palette: The palettes look pretty different to me. The original is pitch black and as with the box – the ‘M’ is a brighter red and thinner than that of the the fake. The original ‘orphe’ wording is yet again more of a grey color, thin and spaced out. The fake ‘orphe’ is much closer together, is wider and is more white in color.
The original shimmers are extremely soft, while the fake shimmer shades feel more stiff and aren’t shimmery at all.
Now that I’m done with comparing, I just want to mention the dangers of fake makeup. Yes, I know, some people don’t get any reaction to fake products, but you don’t really have a guarantee that you’ll be amongst those people. If you cannot afford mid range – high end makeup, it is completely and 100% fine. I know it’s difficult, especially when you see beautiful products being released on the daily. I know, trust me. I feel sad sometimes when I see the new product releases and wish to have them, but often the price is just way out of my budget, so I drool a bit and move on. Don’t settle for the knock-offs you guys. It’s okay to buy a fake Gucci phone cover, or fake Louboutin shoes, but fake skincare and beauty products is BIG a NO-NO. There are all types of dangerous chemicals in these products, including acid, lead, rat dropping and countless other gross things. Just think, if you’re wearing a fake lip product and drinking/eating, you are digesting bits of said harsh chemicals which can be seriously damaging to your health. It is not worth it. If you cannot afford the real thing, buy drugstore products. There is nothing wrong with not owning just Kylie lip kits etc etc… owning a bunch of Essence lipsticks is completely fine too. It honestly won’t make people think less of you. Do not buy fake products to impress people. I’ve seen people do this and I just want to say – it’s not worth it. If you like certain high end product(s) but cannot afford it, comment which product(s) it is and I will help you find a drugstore alternative *opens my arms for a big hug*
Difference In Price:
Original Morphe palettes go for anything from R500 – R750 each. Fake Morphe palettes go for R350 – R400 but often these resellers charge way more, making people think the product is original because of the price. Be careful who ypu purchase from. I will make a list of authentic sellers soon, and upload it via a blog post.
Where You Can Purchase Original Morpeh Palettes:
My original palette is from Bare Beauty. It is currently out of stock, but they have more variants available. They also sell other brands including Huda Beauty, Kylie, Farsali and more. They even sell on Takealot, which is quite cool. Just be sure to check the sellers names if you purchase from Takealot. If it is Bare Beauty then the products are original. There are a few other sellers on Takealot selling fake products. But I can vouch for Bare Beauty selling only 100% authentic products. If you guys have any questions please feel free to comment, or you can pop me an email on the ‘contact’ page here.
What would you guys like me to compare next? If you haven’t, you can check out my comparison on Real Vs Fake Kylie Koko Kollection here. I hope you guys found this post helpful and informative. Don’t forget to share it with other makeup lovers to help spread awareness about fake makeup.