March #MorpheMe Subscription Review - RED LIPSTICK DIARIES

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March #MorpheMe Subscription Review

I am really late on posting this, but better late than never right? Anyways, today we are talking about the March #MorpheMe Brush Delivery service. This is my third month on the subscription and I am super stoked this month because we got a set of more expensive brushes. In January we got eight brushes, in February we got seven brushes and for March we got a total of three. All three of these brushes are Jacklyn Hill favorites, don't quote me on this because I don't follow her, but I guess they are pretty popular brushes. I was just excited to be able to add some more expensive brushes to my collection. 

I love this subscription for those that don't already own a huge amount of higher-end brushes. I don't think this is a good fit for those of you that prefer expensive brushes because from what we've gotten so far i've noticed most brushes will be on the lower cost side. But if you are just now growing your brush collection or need more brushes, well then this is a great way to go about it. 

I do have reviews for January and February if you are interested in checking those out. For now let's check out what the brush fairy delivered this March shall we? Oh yes, please excuse the dirty brushes, it was either post today with dirty brushes or wash them and wait till who knows when. 


Morphe M527 Deluxe Pointed Powder $15.99
Morphe M438 Ponited Contour $9.99
Morphe M501 $7.99

For a total of $33.97 in brushes.


Morphe M527 Deluxe Pointed Powder is a goat bristle brush that isn't super soft but it's very nice. I have been using it for my contour and find that it's great when you want to get something done fast because it covers a large area quickly. Because of the shape it really lets me chisel out my contour and blends it out super nice. This would also be really good for bronzer or blush. I have a smaller brush from last month that I use for my contour when I have more time to spend on it, but for the daily go-go-go, this is the one I reach for.


Morphe M438 Pointed Contour is a sable bristle brush that I have been using to set my concealer. The shape of this brush is perfect for getting under the eye and corner area and this one is nice and soft. Being a contour brush I suppose you could use this for contour but I needed a brush to set concealer and that's what I am using it for. You can use all these brushes however your like, there are no rules. 


Morphe M501Pro Pointed Blender is a sable bristle brush that I haven't used yet, lol. I wasn't really sure what to do with it and after watching the LiveGlam video I learned you can use it for highlight, contour or just about anywhere you need to blend. I don't wear highlight everyday but I think I will use it for that. This one is also very soft.


Overall I am very happy with my March #MorpheMe subscription. I am really liking the larger brush, which I have been using a lot and I am so happy that there are now three nicer brushes in my collection. 


The #MorpheMe & LiveGlam subscription is $19.99 per month and each month you will get $30+ worth of brushes. Just the fact that you are saving on shipping is fantastic, I never bought straight from the Morphe site because I didn't want to pay shipping. Plus this subscription is introducing me to brushes I would never have picked for myself, when you're a brush newbie it's hard to know what to buy. It's a win-win for sure in my opinion and I totally recommend this monthly subscription. Sign up here to join #MorpheMe. I'm getting a second subscription for my daughter, so you can def tell I am a fan. 

2 comments

  1. I enjoyed reading and discovering these brushes and a "new to me" subscription!!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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