Have you tried any Morphe products yet? I’ve quickly fallen in love with them. After hearing some of my favorite beauty gurus rave over their brushes, I decided to try them for myself. I desperately needed new brushes and the price point of these by Morphe was very affordable. The price point of those I chose ranged between $2 & $10.
So let’s talk which brushes I purchased and how they’re preforming:
E36- This brush, known as the “Detail Crease” brush, is nice but I tend to use it more for my inner corner than my crease.
M321- The “Bullet Crease” is an awesome little brush. (And it retails for a low $2.89!) I use this for my crease and have found it to be fabulous! I reach for it daily.
M433- This “Pro Firm Blending Brush” lives up to it’s hype. It’s the tool you want when you’re blending. It blends seamlessly without taking too much color away, a common problem with some blending brushes.
MB23- The “Round Blender” is one I actually use to apply highlighter in places where I don’t want a wide sweep of it.
B14- The “Deluxe Oval Shadow” is meant for your eyes, obviously. But I don’t use it for that. It’s too big for me to work with comfortably when it comes to eye makeup. However, I love it for setting powder under my eyes. It may be my favorite one of the bunch.THis
I also picked up this lovely little palette:
This palette ~named Mama Drama~ appears to have a lot of blue tones but it actually leans more toward a gray color scheme. I was a bit surprised by that but I still love it, especially the top two colors on the left. They’re give me the look I’m most often attracted to when it comes to eye makeup: light and sparkly. I know I’ll wear them often.
You can get these brushes, this palette and more at Morphe Brushes. I hope you find some things you love!