MorpheMe Brush Club November 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. I received 3 brushes and a makeup sponge in the November 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 flyer 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!


The flyer showed which brushes were in this shipment but you have to go to their website to find out how to use them.


There was also a sticker and a card that directs you to the website for more info. They had a quick, 2 1/2 minute video that showed different ways you could use your monthly brushes. They are really good at demonstrating that each brush can have multiple uses.


This Morphe Flawless Beauty Sponge ($6.99) was a Friendsgiving bonus and wasn’t listed on the foldout sheet. It’s similar to a Beautyblender and a fraction of the cost. Some random subscribers were sent black sponges and will receive bonus rewards points, too!


M551 Tapered Powder Brush ($13.99) is made of sable hair and has a nice, solid handle and like the rest of this month’s brushes comes from the Master Pro line. It can be used to apply blush or powder but I felt that the tapered ends irritated my face, unlike my rounded fluffy powder blush. I will use this one for blending.


M528 Pointed Contour ($12.99) is made of goat hair and is great for contouring or applying highlighter plus the tapered sides can be used for blending.


M517 Jumbo Crease ($5.99) is also made of goat hair and is one of my favorite types of brush. Just use a windshield wiper motion to blend the crease or use this brush to apply highlighter to smaller parts of your face such as cupid’s bow and inner eye or contour the side of the nose.


Here’s a closeup of the brush heads.

Once again, MorpheMe sent a nice variety of brushes that can be used for multiple purposes! I think that the quality of Morphe brushes is great and the bristles stay put. November’s shipment had a value of $39.96, which is awesome! 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 December’s shipment:


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