Morphe Is Launching A Stunning New Pride Collection
Morphe has launched an incredible new Pride make-up collection and it's safe to say we want all of it.
The Free To be Collection is designed to inspire, with 100 per cent of the collection's net profits being donated to charity, GLSEN, which supports and nurtures the high-school experience of LGTBQ+ teens.
The non-profit organisation based in New York works to ensure students are able to learn and grow in an environment free from bullying and harassment.
The collection features a seriously extra 10G GLSEN UP Artistry Palette, priced at £18, which features vivid, ultra bright silky shades with glittery hues.
There's also a six-piece brush collection priced at £26, a holographic rainbow shine lipgloss for £10 and a sweet smelling setting mist for £16.
The range includes an over lid brush for applying those electric eyeshadow shades, as well as an oval camouflage brush, a firm brush which promises a "seamless blend" as well as a pro blender, too.
If that wasn't enough, there's a chisel detail brush for perfecting your eyeliner (or adding that tiny touch of highlight into small areas) and last but not least, a detail liner brush for the trickiest eye creations.
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The Free To Be Collection is currently available on the Morphe website, and the brand is offering a 20 per cent off discount.
Or, you can browse some of the collection over on PrettyLittleThing. The online retailer is currently selling most of the collection, including the lipgloss as well as the eyeshadow palette and the brush set.
When purchasing through PrettyLittleThing, 20 per cent of the retail price will be donated to GLSEN.
It's not the first time the beauty giant has released a collection for Pride, with Morphe announcing its Live In Colour Collection last year.
The palette featured 25 matt and shimmery shades, with the names inspired by LGBTQ+ history. The beauty brand donated all of the proceeds of the range to support the Trevor Project, a 24 hour LGBTQ+ suicide prevention organisation for young people.
Okay, looks like we'll be buying all of these - so much for saving money in lockdown, but at least we know it's for a brilliant cause.
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