MorpheMe is a monthly makeup brush subscription from LIVEGLAM that promises at least $30 worth of Morphe brushes each month for $19.99. This is a great way to quickly build up your brush collection! You can sign up for a 1, 6, or 12 month subscription and all subscriptions automatically renew until you cancel.
Everything in the bag! My MorpheMe brushes arrived in a padded mailer and there was a protective sleeve around each item. I usually get my items in a cute white bubble mailer with lipsticked lips on it but for some reason I received a plain black bag this month. I received 5 brushes in the July bag!
MorpheMe sends 3-7 brushes per month and they do state that the total value will be at least $30.
There was a product information card that listed which items are in this month’s bag. You can post a picture of your brushes on social media to win prizes. (I am not sure why some of the products have a double “E” (EE) on them since the brushes themselves only have one “E”.)
The flip side of the card has information about the rewards program. You can now earn points for being an active subscriber and for every new sign up who uses your referral link. You can then exchange those points for rewards (currently they have previous month’s brush collections, Tarte blushes, a Beautyblender, and other items available).
Morphe E22 Pointed Blender Brush ($6.99) I used this synthetic bristle brush to blend my eye crease but it can also be used to contour the side of your nose or work on your smokey under eye look.
Morphe E18 Round Crease Brush ($5.99) Another synthetic bristle brush that can be used to define your eye crease, or try using it to apply highlighter to your inner eye, cupid’s bow, or bridge of your nose.
Morphe E48 Mini Pointed Powder Brush ($8.99) Use this brush to contour your face or apply setting powder. The tapered point makes it easy to apply setting powder to the under eye area. Synthetic bristles.
M310 Large Soft Fan Brush ($4.99) I was so excited to receive my very first fan brush! Perfect for applying highlighter or sweeping away fallout from under your eyes. I was sorry to find that I don’t actually own any powder highlighter so until I get one I will use it to sweep away fallout, which it did beautifully. You can also use this to apply masques to your face to avoid getting product under your fingernails. Made from goat hair.
M432 Flat Liner Definer ($3.99) The final brush has short, firm synthetic bristles that can help give you sharp lines. First I lined my eyes with my usual liner and then I went over it with a complementary eye shadow color which helped fill in the blank spaces that the pencil missed. I also used it to highlight my inner eyes with a lighter color. This is a keeper!
I really love this subscription! There was a wonderful assortment of brushes sent this month but the nice thing is that they can be used to achieve a variety of looks if you just experiment a little. Subscribers have an account dashboard that has a monthly YouTube video about the brushes you received so you can learn how to use them. The brushes were soft yet firm where they needed to be and are very nice quality. I yanked on the brushes to see if the bristles would fall out but they stayed put. The July package was worth $30.95 so they also delivered on their promised value. Whether you are looking to expand your brush collection or just want to shake things up a bit this is a great way to do it!
The Description: Morphe Brushes shipped straight to your door every month. It’s like having your own personal fairy glam mother bringing you new Morphe brushes every month – a guaranteed $30 in value in every shipment.
The Price: $19.99 per month