Morphe Brushes

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When it comes to makeup brushes that are good quality but affordable, Morphe Brushes is a good choice. There are so many brands out there for brushes like Real Techniques, Eco Tools, Sigma, Zoeva, Spectrum… But some of these are a little pricey. I’ve found that Morphe is pretty affordable and really good quality. I have 5 brushes from Morphe Brushes which are very versatile and have become my most used. The fibres are soft and help to apply your makeup quickly and blend seamlessly, without losing any of the bristles or colour pay off. This is a quick post looking at the 5 brushes I have from Morphe – if you’re looking for some new brushes but don’t want to splash out on Sigma or Zoeva, and you want a change from brands like Real Techniques, these might be for you…

1. Morphe M439 Brush –

This brush is quite thick and dense with more of a flat top than the others, which makes it great for applying liquid foundations and buffing in concealer. This brush doesn’t malt when cleaned and doesn’t soak up too much of the product, which makes applying foundation quick and easy.

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2. Morphe E15 Brush –

The E15 brush is pretty versatile and can be used for a couple of different things. Who doesn’t love a double-duty product? It’s larger than your normal eyeshadow brush which means that you can apply shadow to a larger section of the eye a lot faster. This is great if you want a wash of colour and want to apply it quickly and with minimal effort. I’ve also found that this is a good blending brush because of its size, and it is also useful for contouring. You can apply your contour shade right into your cheekbones with this E15 brush, and the shape and density means that you can apply the contour very precisely and then blend out.

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3. Morphe G17 Brush –

This brush is a great brush for blending out eyeshadows. It widens out at the tip and is so soft which makes it great for buffing out darker eyeshadows to get rid of any harsh lines. The G17 is also good at packing colour onto the lid, but I prefer to use this as a blending brush.

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4. Morphe M321 Brush –

The M321 is a small brush that is narrow and dense which is perfect for applying eyeshadows into the crease of the eyelid. It’s soft enough to blend shadows out quickly and easily, and is dense enough to pack colour on where needed. It’s also a good brush to use for highlighting the inner corner and under the brow bone.

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5. Morphe R13 Brush –

This brush is another multi-purpose product. It’s tapered shape and soft bristles means that you can use this for applying contour into the cheekbones and buff it out. It’s shape is also great for applying highlight to the tops of your cheekbones. It’s a good brush to use for the initial application of product, but you can also use it to blend the product out so that it’s concentrated in one area but not at all harsh.

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I bought these all from BeautyBay.com which is a Morphe distributor for the UK. There are loads to choose from, but these have been my top 5.

Have you tried any of the Morphe Brushes?

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6 Comments

  1. January 2, 2017 / 10:14 pm

    I use real technique but I think I’m going to try some morphe brushes after reading your post xx

  2. Claire Talks Beauty
    January 3, 2017 / 3:14 am

    i love morphe brushes. very affordable and the quality is good.

  3. January 3, 2017 / 7:46 am

    Hope you like them! I use Real Techniques along with Morphe and they’re really good xx

  4. January 3, 2017 / 7:46 am

    Definitely agree 🙂

  5. January 3, 2017 / 7:46 am

    Amazing, thanks for reading 🙂

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