IT’S FAVORITE BOX TIME! And the July MorpheMe Brush Club does NOT disappoint. Spoiler alert: They sent me EIGHT brushes this month. EIGHT.

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!

They always kindly include a little insert that shows all the brushes they include.

THEY SENT ME EIGHT BRUSHES. I’M SO EXCITED!

And here are the brushes themselves! ??? More details below!

E27 Pro Round Blender ($6.99): I was the MOST excited about this brush because as you can tell by the “E” in the name of the brush, this is part of Morphe’s “Elite” collection, which is their highest tier/highest quality line of brushes. I have several of the Elite brushes already but I didn’t have this one so I was so happy to see this! I actually don’t use any eyeshadows with this brush – I use this to blend out shadow I’ve put down already. The shape and the density of the brush is perfect for this.

M173 Mini Buffer ($4.99): I was so exited when I saw this brush also – however, I have 0 plans of using eyeshadow with it. First, it’s just a little too big. But secondly, I think this is perfect for blending out eyeshadow PRIMER. I think it’s important to blend out your eye primer, especially if yours is a little bit sticky, like the one I’ve been using from Wet n Wild. If you go in and blend with just your fingers, it’s possible that it won’t get spread out evenly and then your eyeshadow application will be kind of lumpy and not so even. So I think this is PERFECT for this. I had been using a different Morphe brush for that purpose previously but I think this is an even better size.

M331 Jumbo Crease ($3.99): I haven’t put this brush to work yet but I’m interested to see how this works for me as a crease brush with my hooded eyes. I mean, this is a huge brush but I will be using this to help blend out the situation.

M207 Sable Angle Liner ($2.99): OK, the picture of this brush is no good. If you look up at the mug picture, you can see the angle of this brush! This is probably the brush I was least excited about because I recently acquired several angled liner brushes like this from Bare Minerals (thanks, Mom!) so the Bare Minerals versions seem a little higher quality than this one.

M411 Pointer Blender ($4.99): I was really excited for this brush as well because I have two other pointed blender brushes that are a little bigger than this one that are perfect for blending out shadows. Because of the tapered point, they really do a lot of the work for you so I love this style of brush.

M170-2 Oval Taklon Lip ($1.99): I am glad to get a few lip brushes because you can use these for all sorts of things- cutting a crease, carving out brows, applying concealer AROUND lips to clean up (that’s my favorite use, btw) in addition to of course, applying lip products.

M250-2 Detail Liner ($2.49): I don’t have a ton of liner brushes so I’m glad to have this one to try. I haven’t used it yet but if it’s any good, I’ll let y’all know!


Final Grade: A+++++++

If I haven’t mentioned it yet, MorpheMe Brush Club sent me SO MANY BRUSHES! SO MANY! I love makeup brushes and getting a huge package of them is just such a treat!

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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