MorpheMe Brush Club September 2019 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.

DEALUse this link to get a free brush with any MorpheMe subscription plan. You’ll also save $10 on a 6-month plan or get a free month ($20) with an annual subscription!

MorpheMe sends 3-7 brushes per month and they state that the total value will be at least $30. The brushes are shipped inside a padded mailer.

The brushes are peeking out of the package!

This month’s theme is Cloud Nine.

There’s also a short message from MorpheMe. They offer a rewards program and you can exchange your points for extra brushes, makeup, etc. The flyer showed which brushes were in this shipment and featured a hint about using them but you have to go to their website for the full details. LiveGlam also puts out a monthly video on their blog that shows different ways you can use your monthly brushes. They are really good at demonstrating that each brush can have multiple uses.

All the brushes from September 2019 MorpheMe!

M461 Duo Jumbo Crease Brush. It’s a brush made to fit the creases of your eyes, so it’s ideal for applying and blending different kinds of eyeshadow.

The brush has a combination of sable hair and synthetic bristles. Its ends are fluffy and feathery, which also allows you to diffuse harsh lines.

E21 Deluxe Angle Blender Brush. Smaller and slanted, this brush is perfect for adding definition on the creases of your eyes.

Made with synthetic, the fluffy brush picks up any kind of product well, whether cream or powder.

M453 Crease Blending Brush. It’s the improved version of the Y19 brush, and instead of the golden handle, it’s now in black and silver.

The pointed, fluffy bristles allow flawless blending of makeup. It’s recommended for diffusing transition colors.

M408 Chisel Shader Brush. Short brushes like this one are a must if you want your makeup to have well-defined colors!

Another thing I like about this brush is that it has natural bristles. The short yet firm brush make shading and defining a breeze.

M423 Flat Definer Brush. Here’s another brush to help you add definition to your makeup! Made with synthetic, the brush head is narrow and flat.

It’s ideally used on the lash line, as it gives your eyes a subtle definition.

E38 Bent Liner Brush. This thin brush is purposedly bent near the end to help you apply gel or cream eyeliner with ease.

It creates precise lines, so no product is ever wasted. The brush also has synthetic bristles.

Knowing your makeup brushes is important to maximize your makeup products and to help you create flawless makeup looks. I’m glad I have MorpheMe because they introduce me to various brushes every month. This month, I got a bunch of brushes that I can use for applying eyeshadow, eyeliner, and more. Most of them are made with synthetic bristles, and all of them are soft and non-irritating. If you love makeup just like me, it would be great to invest in makeup brushes as well. MorpheMe is one of the best subscriptions to start that brush collection!

What do you think of MorpheMe brushes?

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