Morphe 25L Live in Color Artistry Palette Eyeshadow
There’s only one you, Morphe Babe. Stand out. Be fearless. Be proud. And rep the rainbow with these crazy-creamy, bold AF shades. Because you were born to live a vibrant, vivid, explosively colorful life. Let your true hues shine.
100% of net proceeds from this collection will be donated to The Trevor Project during our Pride celebration* to help fund 24/7 suicide prevention & crisis intervention services for LGBTQ+ youth.
The shade names in this palette were inspired by LGBTQ+ history and some of the brave babes who’ve helped pave the way to a brighter future.
Milk / matte bright white – Harvey Milk was an incredible civil and human rights activist and one of the first openly gay elected officials in the U.S.
Pride / matte juicy orange – For Pride 2019, we’re honoring The Trevor Project and their mission of providing healing support to LGBTQ+ youth in crisis.
Heart / matte bubblegum pink – What we’ve got for everyone working towards equality, inclusivity & acceptance.
1978 / shimmering lilac – The year the first rainbow flag was designed as a community symbol for the gay rights movement.
Liberation / holographic metallic – Our shout-out to freedom from oppressive thinking or behavior.
Stonewall / 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.
Culture / shimmering coral – Everything that shapes who we are as a collective.
#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.
SF / matte magenta with sparkle – Our tribute to San Francisco, which is often called a “gay mecca” and has been at the forefront of LGBTQ+ political and cultural movements throughout history.
Rise Up / shimmering sapphire blue – The act of standing up for what you believe in.
Sunlight / matte sunshine yellow – Each color of the rainbow flag has a different meaning; yellow symbolizes sunlight.
Life / matte scarlet – Red on the rainbow flag symbolizes life.
Sexuality / matte hot pink – Pink on the original eight-color rainbow flag symbolizes sex.
Truth / matte grape – Because we believe everyone should let their true spirit shine.
Harmony / shimmering marine blue – Blue on the rainbow flag symbolizes harmony.
Healing / metallic dazzling gold – Our golden wish for anyone who feels isolated and alone.
Activism / shimmering lime green – Being the change you want to see in the world.
Make Magic / shimmering turquoise – Turquoise on the original eight-color rainbow flag symbolizes magic.
Peace / shimmering Caribbean blue – What we hope for all babes everywhere.
Gilbert / indigo sheen with sparkle – For Gilbert Baker who designed the original rainbow flag in 1978.
Thrive / matte pear – What happens when you feel accepted for who you are.
Nature / matte green apple – Green on the rainbow flag symbolizes nature.
Art / matte minty blue – Because we believe that creativity and self-expression are powerful agents of change.
Parade / matte jade green – For the first Pride parade on June 28, 1970—and all the Pride parades it has inspired.
NYC / matte midnight black – Our tribute to New York City, which has a long history of LGBTQ+ community-building, activism, and culture