Morphe releases exquisite rainbow makeup range that will make your face look like a Pride flag

Morphe's 'Live with Love' Pride collection features an artistry palette, brushes and a mirror. (Morphe/Instagram)

Morphe has released a new makeup range for Pride Month with all the proceeds going to The Trevor Project.

The makeup brand has teamed up with Todrick Hall for the “Live with Love” campaign, which features a rainbow palette, hand mirror and eye brushes

The colourful collection is now available from or

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Morphe say: “We believe in helping to create a safe space where everyone – and we mean everyone – can feel accepted and free to express themselves.”

The collection features an artistry palette with 25 shades from bright to deep colours and in a mix of matte and shimmer for $20/£20.

There’s also an eye brush set with six rainbow designs, complete with a “Live with Love” box to keep them in and a hand mirror featuring Morphe’s Pride logo.

Plus you can buy a bundle which includes all of the products from the Pride collection for $45/£42.

The brand has teamed up with artist Todrick Hall for the campaign, which sees him appear in and out of drag and perform a track for the video.

Todrick announced the launch on 1 June, to mark the start of Pride Month, with the Instagram caption: “HAPPY PRIDE ? Thank you Morphe for making me the face of your 2021 Pride campaign! AAAAAHHHHH can’t believe I’m typing this! […] MY CHOCOLATE FACE IS IN MORPHE STORES WORLD WIDE! ??.”

The brand has confirmed that 100 per cent of net proceeds from the collection will be donated to The Trevor Project.

It marks the third year they’ve partnered with The Trevor Project, having raised $895,000 from previous collections in support of services for LGBT+ youth and students.

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Todrick also recently announced The Femunline Tour which will see him visit venues across the US and Europe, including dates in Birmingham, Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester and London.

It’s in support of his recently released album of the same name and you can find out all the ticket details at Ticketmaster.