Morphe Pride Collection 2019


Stacy Ceja, Contributor

Morphe Brushes recently came out with a collection for pride with their colorful eye shadow palette that signifies the LGBTQ+ community and also a brush set with a custom colorful case. All 100% of the net proceeds from the collection will got towards the Trevor Project to help fund the 24/7 suicide prevention and crisis intervention services for the LGBTQ youth.

For the campaign they used many models that represent the LGBTQ+ community like Anh Ho, Victor Ramos, Yessenia Levesque, Wez Watson, Nicole (Lipsticknick), Ivan, Fai, Erika, Tim Pagan, JayQ, Bea Cheung, Jeffrey Pena.


25L Live In Color Artistry Palette- Vibrant, bold, colorful eye shadow colors. The shade names are inspired by the LGBTQ+ history. All five rows of colorful shades have a meaning behind them. Like

  • Parade / matte jade green – For the first Pride parade on June 28, 1970—and all the Pride parades it has inspired.
  • Gilbert / indigo sheen with sparkle – For Gilbert Baker who designed the original rainbow flag in 1978.
  • #LoveWins / matte fuchsia – The trending hashtag after the historic 5-4 ruling on June 26, 2015, when the U.S. Supreme Court found bans on marriage equality to be unconstitutional.
  • tonewall / metallic icy nude – The 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village, NYC, served as a catalyst for the gay rights movement in the U.S. and around the world.

Live In Color Brush Set 7 Piece Eye Brush Collection- There is 7 different eye brushes with a custom look of rainbow splatter and they come in a custom case to store them all.

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