You know what time it is… time for Lauren’s favorite subscription of the month! I don’t think I even have to tell you this anymore, you just KNOW. But it’s true. This is the box I look forward to every month because I love makeup brushes so much and I love trying all the different versions that MorpheMe Brush Club sends me!

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!

And here are all the brushes we received this month! (Unrelated, do you see an improvement in my picture quality? I got a new camera! I hope you will begin to see an improvement as I learn how to use my camera! I might need to get a different lens for the close-up product shots but til then… I hope the current ones are an improvement over the iPhone pics!)

M577 Jumbo Crease ($6): This brush is essentially a big ol’ fat pencil brush. I think this will be great – not for putting color on the lids – but for blending colors you’ve already applied, to help get that nice gradient look.

M578 Pencil Crease ($4): This is also a big pencil brush, but smaller than the Jumbo Crease brush. A tip/good rule of thumb when you are applying eyeshadow in a gradient is that you start with the biggest eyeshadow brush for your lightest color and then gradually use smaller brushes the darker the color is. So while this isn’t the smallest brush I would use, but when I line up all of my pointed blending brushes next to each other, this one would be the smallest (outside of actual pencil brushes), so I’m going to see how this works with a darker color right under the crease.

E6 Premium Flat Buffer ($15): I am always excited to see a brush from Morphe’s Elite line in a box because those are part of their “luxury” line, so the brushes are all a little bit better quality. I have been using a flat buffer brush for foundation recently (the Y6, if you were interested- I got it because of LauraLee but stayed because I liked it!) So I am excited to take pictures and finally get to use this brush!

M576 Pointed Blender ($6): I am all about that Pointed Blender life. Because I have hooded eyes, I feel like this shape of brush gives me the best looking blend. I use literally like 5 of this type of brush whenever I do my makeup, so I will always take another.

Final Grade: A+

I am excited to use all of the brushes in this month’s MorpheMe Brush Club! I am especially excited about the E6 buffing brush and I’m excited to see how it compares to the Y6. Is it exactly the same? IS THIS A GIANT CONSPIRACY?! (lol) I’m also excited about all of the eye brushes we received. I’m hoping that these new brushes up eye eye game. TBC!

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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.

1 Comment on MorpheMe Brush Club: September 2017

  1. Susan Martin
    October 8, 2017 at 10:43 pm (2 months ago)

    Lauren, The quality of the photos is excellent. Everything is crystal clear! Keep experimenting with your new camera. ?? ❤️