Morphe. Now, there’s a brand that triggers a bunch of people on Youtube.
I use Morphe products. I LOVE the setting spray. I love my brushes and I enjoy my Jaclyn Hill palette. I don’t have any other Morphe makeup products other than the JH palette so I cannot attest to their quality. I do have more Morphe brushes than any other, and I like them.
Before I joined the MorpheMe brush club in February of 2017, I purchased several brushes from Morphe online. The brushes had great reviews and were inexpensive. I wanted to do this post to share how my brushes have held up since purchasing almost a year ago.
I’ll post about my favorite 5 Morphe brushes below. All links will open in a separate window:
M510 Pro Round Blender – ($8.00) I purchased this brush and use daily in rotation with the R40 for highlight application. I love the way this brush distributes the product onto my skin. This brush has goat hair bristles and has a long slender handle. There is some fraying and a bristle sheds from time to time, but I have had this brush for almost a year, I wash it quite often and it still works just as good as it did from day one.
R40 Deluxe Pointed Blender – ($6.00) I received this brush in a MorpheMe box in April 2017. I use it daily in rotation with the M510 for highlight application. Another goat hair bristle brush with a long slender handle, I like the way the product is distributed onto my skin. This brush also has light fraying with minimal shedding, is washed often and looks and performs well with daily use for six months.
E34 Tapered Blush – ($17.00) – I purchased this brush almost one year ago and use it daily for blush application. It is washed frequently, and has no fraying, but had minimal shedding just after purchasing. I no longer experience shedding with this brush. It has a thicker handle and feels comfortable in my hand. The bristles are synthetic, are not rough, and feel soft against my skin. It picks up ample product and applies beautifully on my skin.
E41 Round Deluxe Powder ($23.00) – I purchased this brush almost one year ago and I use it daily for powder application. I wash it frequently, has no fraying and I haven’t experienced any shedding. I LOVE big fluffy powder brushes. This has synthetic bristles and is so darned soft!
M439 Deluxe Buffer ($14.00) – I purchased this brush almost one year ago. It is washed frequently, has no fraying and no shedding. I love this brush and use it in rotation with the G36 for foundation application. It is a dense brush with a medium in length but stocky handle. It buffs out my foundation to a flawless finish.
G36 Round Powder ($14.00) – I received this brush in my first MorpheMe subscription box in February of 2017. I started using it about 2-3 months ago for foundation application and it is tied with my M439 as a favorite for foundation. This brush has synthetic bristles, is washed frequently and has no fraying or shedding. It is soft and buffs out my foundation perfectly.
The goat hair bristled brushes don’t hold up as well as the synthetic brushes, but even with their fraying and light shedding, are still just as soft and their performance still outstanding.
Morphe brushes are inexpensive, however, if you only want to purchase a few brushes, the shipping cost is a bit much unless you spend $75.00 (for those in the U.S.). Select Ulta’s will carry Morphe products in store and online, which will hopefully curve that shipping cost.
Overall, my Morphe brushes have held up for almost a year, with daily use and frequent cleanings with brush shampoo and isopropyl alcohol. For the price, I cannot complain at their fraying and shedding. I will continue to use, purchase and recommend Morphe brushes for their low price point, quality and durability.
Do you use Morphe brushes? Share your Morphe brushes experience!