Morphe's New Pride Collection Is Colourful AND Gives Back to the Community in a Major Way
Pride Month is here, and what better way to get into the spirit and support the LGBTQ+ community than with incredible multicoloured makeup that also supports a good cause?
Morphe has teamed up with The Trevor Project, a charity that helps fund 24/7 suicide prevention and crisis intervention services for LGBTQ+ youth. One-hundred percent of net proceeds from the Live in Color Artistry Palette (£20) and the Live in Color Brush Set 7 Piece Eye Brush Collection (£26) will be donated to the organisation.
But it's not just a colourful collection, there's meaning behind each and every element — from the outer packaging to the powders inside. Case in point: the shade names in the palette are inspired by important names, places, and events in LGBTQ+ history. There's Milk, an opaque matte white named in honour of civil and human rights activist Harvey Milk; 1978, a shimmery sapphire blue, references the year the first rainbow flag was flown as a symbol of gay pride at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day celebration; and Stonewall, a glittering pale gold hue named for the historic 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village, NYC.
Read on to see all of the products from the new Morphe Pride collection to help you celebrate Pride Month in the most joyous, colourful, and glitter-filled way.