Hello beauties, You know that saying ‘don’t blame a workman blame his tools’, well Im a firm believe that it applies to makeup application. If you’re reading this and are a makeup junkie like myself then you will know that skin prep is the first most important step to flawless makeup application and the next step is good brushes (especially when it comes to creating a well blended or artistic eye look). Todays review is on this handy brush kit from Morphe. Keep reading to see my thoughts and where to buy!.
Morphe are well known for their pigmented eyeshadow palettes, the 35o being my personal fav!. But they also sell some fab brushes. This is set is catered just for the eyes and it consists of twelve brushes and comes with a cute faux leather zip bag to store all the brushes in, I love how sleek this bag looks with the metal printed morphe name tag on the front, a super nice touch!.
The brushes are pretty basic looking, with the black matte handles and the companies name/logo printed in white, like the old palette packaging. I don’t mind this as I think less is more sometimes and I don’t think they look any less luxe because of the simplistic design.
There is a brush for everything in this set, inside the zip bag you will find a-
- Concealer Brush
- Flat Liner Brush
- Angled Brow/Spoolie Brush
- Pointed Crease Brush
- Detail Crease Brush
- Detail Liner Brush
- Pointed Blender Brush
- Large Shadow Fluff Brush
- Blender Brush
- Firm Blending Fluff Brush
- Small Chisel Fluff
- Smudge Brush
The best thing about these brushes is how fluffy they are, in my personal experience, the softer the brush, the easier it is to blend and create a flawless looking eye look and these definitely deliver. It is extremely easy to pick up eyeshadow and transfer it onto the lid, I actually prefer these new brushes to my beloved Real Techniques ones that I’ve been using for years!.
I also noticed that there’s no bristle fallout when using or after washing the brushes which is something we all dread!. The bristles go back to there shape straight away.
This set costs £25 which i think is a amazing price as it’s perfect for a beginner to try out some new brushes and play around with eye looks whilst also being able to practice. To buy the brushes singly would be quite expensive so you’re also saving yourself some money! You can find this set here.
Have you ever tried brushes from Morphe? Or can you recommend any other good brush brands? Let me know in the comments below!
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