Y’all know by now that MorpheMe Brush Club is my favorite box. Spoiler alert: it still is.

#MorpheMe Brush Club

Price: $19.99/month (free shipping in the U.S.)

Box Type: Morphe makeup brushes, delivered to you each month! (You can never have too many brushes, trust.)

Why you’ll love it: Each month is a surprise but you will receive AT LEAST $30+ in Morphe brushes. All types of brushes are eligible including powder, foundation, contour, eye shadow and liner brushes.  We will never ship the same brush twice.

How to subscribe: Click here for my referral link! They actually have a pretty cool referral program, where you get points for referrals which translate into brushes. YOU get a brush! And YOU get a brush! WE ALL GET BRUSHES!

So here are all the brushes we received! Normally the box comes with a cute little information card that describes all of the brushes but I promptly set that aside to take pictures of and… lost it. So just imagine the info card this month.

Otherwise, I am so excited because all of the brushes this month are from the Gun Metal line, which I happen to love! The brush handles all feel sturdy and luxurious and the bristles are honestly just some of the softest I have ever felt! You really can’t go wrong with any brushes in the line. (Click here to see them all!)

So onto the brushes I received this month in more detail!

G1 Small Buffer ($9.99): I currently have this Morphe foundation brush which I love. However, I have been seeing more and more makeup artists use smaller buffer brushes with foundation so I am going to try it and see how I like it!

G40 Pro Detail Powder ($5.99): I am not entirely sure what this brush is intended for but it’s become my new contour brush. It has small, soft, flexible bristles which applies contour powder in a more natural gradient along the cheekbone versus a hard, straight line of powder.

G41 Mini Contour ($5.99): This brush is that hard, straight contour line I referenced above, except this is a mini version. I haven’t used this for contouring yet but I’m wondering since it’s a mini version, it might be easier to make the line a little less obvious, versus that hard line? Or maybe it would be even more obvious because it’s smaller? I’m not really sure but I’m going to experiment.

G38 Mini Round Contour ($5.99): So I’m not using this brush as a contour brush at all. I’ve been using this to softly and GENTLY blend out some concealer around my eyes by my nose, and also to ensure that my eyeshadow primer goes on smoothly and evenly.

G19 Round Liner Contour ($2.99): This is a brush that I’ve never seen before! (I feel like I’m always saying that with #MorpheMe Brush Club.) You might be able to see it a little easier in the mug picture above. The bristles aren’t totally straight- I’d describe it as a tiny blending brush, since the bristles are just the tiniest bit dome shaped at the end. But I think this will work in a similar way as a pencil brush to blend out shadow on the lash line.

Final Grade: A+

I mean, I love brushes. I’m not sure how this box will ever get less than an A from me. I love Morphe products and I always love getting more brushes from the Gun Metal line.

If you are interested in trying out #MorpheMe for yourself, click here for my referral link!

Purchased; All opinions are my own
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A self-proclaimed beauty junkie/hoarder with a serious Sephora problem. After years with Birchbox, she now has a subscription box problem as well. Her free time is a mixed combination of cats, TV, and finally trying to figure out how to do her hair.

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