MorpheMe Brush Club December 2016 Subscription Box Review + Free Brush Coupon!

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MorpheMe is a monthly makeup brush subscription that promises at least $30 worth of Morphe brushes each month for only $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 I received 6 brushes in the December bag. MorpheMe sends 3-7 brushes per month and they state that the total value will be at least $30. They also included a foldout brochure that had info on the brushes and a coupon code for a shop purchase. They also offer a rewards program and you can exchange your points for extra brushes, makeup, etc.

DEAL: Get a free brush when you use this link, no coupon code required!

It’s MorpheMe’s birthday!

The product info card is now a fold out brochure.

The flyer showed which brushes were in this shipment but you have to go to their website to find out how to use them. They also put out a monthly video that shows different ways you could use your monthly brushes. They are really good at demonstrating that each brush can have multiple uses, as seen here.

There was also a sticker.

#M502 Round Blender ($5.99) is a sable hair brush and is one of my favorite types of brush. I use this to either apply shadow to my lid and brow bone or to blend out my crease.

#M516 Angle Blender ($4.99) has goat hair bristles and can be used to blend out the edges of the eyes or for contouring the side of the nose.

#M562 Tiny Crease Blender ($3.99) is made of synthetic bristles and looks like a Crayola paintbrush! This is good for cleaning shadow fall out. I prefer the bigger crease blenders myself but this could also be used to add highlighter to some of the smaller parts of the face such as the inner eye or cupid’s bow.

#M512 Round Contour ($8.99) has dense goat-hair bristles and is supposed to place product exactly where you need it, such as on the cheekbones.

#M560 Detail Crease ($2.99) has synthetic hair and is pointy and dense. Use it to apply product to the lid, get a very detailed crease, apply highlighter to the brow bone, or apply liner to the lower lid. Also good for cleaning up mistakes around the eyes.

#M515 Detail Crease ($3.99) features goat hair bristles and one of the tiniest brush heads I have ever seen! Use it to contour the nose, line the upper or lower eye, apply product to the crease, or add highlight to the cupid’s bow or inner eye. I tried adding a shimmery shade to my inner eye (near the tear duct) and immediately regretted it since I am a bit past the age for that look, but I used the M560 (see above) to brush it away so no harm, no foul.

Once again, MorpheMe sent a nice variety of brushes that can be used for multiple purposes, however, some of these brushes are a little similar: three of the brushes had the word “blender” in their name and 3 had the word “crease”. I think that the quality of Morphe brushes is great and the bristles stay put. The goat-hair (white brushes) tend to shed more than the others but it doesn’t happen very often. December’s shipment had a value of $30.94, which is just past their $30 value goal. I used to buy ELF makeup brushes (hey, I’m on a budget!) but those have all been replaced by my MorpheMe brushes! 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!

Here’s a sneak peek of the items in January’s shipment:

I’ve been waiting for a lip brush and that powder brush looks great too, plus an angled blush, foundation, and concealer brush round out the assortment!

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