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MorpheMe Brush Club Subscription Box Review – March 2016

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MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - BOX

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club is a monthly subscription that exclusively sends you cosmetic brushes.  They guarantee at least $30 in brushes in every delivery.

I used to work at Sephora, and one of my favorite things I learned in my time there is that the “rules” for what to use brushes for are definitely “guidelines.” There are some general features to brushes that affect their performance, but if you find a way to make a brush work for you that you like, use it like that! Plus, the internet is an amazing resource for usage tips and tutorials!

MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - packaging

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MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - all items

The Subscription Box: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Cost: $19.99/month or annual for a one-time purchase of $239.99 which also gives you one of their 350 palettes for free.

The Products: a minimum of $30 in Morphe brand brushes in every delivery.

Ships to: US & CAN for free, worldwide at additional cost.

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MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - items 1

M527 Brush, Deluxe Pointed Powder Brush – value:  $15.99

This brush is made with goat hair bristles, and it’s made for powder application. I use a brush like this for my setting powder, but this is also great for contouring, both highlighting or bronzing.

MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - items 2

M501 Brush, Pro Pointed Blender – value: $7.99

This brush has soft sable bristles. Its design is great for blending eyeliner, or using precision powder, like for highlighting (Especially around your eyes or bridge of your nose, etc).

MORPHEME MONTHLY BRUSH CLUB MARCH 16 - items 3

M348, Setting Powder Brush – value: $10?

I couldn’t find this brush on Morphe’s website, but I found on some posts from consumers that this is called a “setting powder brush.” Although this would be good for powder application, I would expect it to be a little narrow/precise to be used for an all-over thing like setting powder. Personally, I’d probably use this for contouring.

VerdictSo far, I like MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club! I like the quality and feel of the brushes, and it seems like a really nice value as well. I wasn’t able to do a super precise estimate because I couldn’t find the third brush online, but from the prices I do have, it definitely looks like I have at least $33 in brushes here.

What do you think about this brush subscription?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
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2 Comments

  1. You can get Morphe brushes on Hautelook for cheap and get the exact brushes you want. I wish Sigma did a sub instead.

  2. I signed up at the end of February and received these same brushes. For the price, the quality is excellent. I use the M501 to set powder on my concealor under my eyes. I use M438 for highlighting. It’s just the right size for top of cheekbones. I use M527 for my bronzer. All three of these brushes were on Jaclyn Hill’s “favorite Morphe brushes” list so I’m pretty tickled to have received these.

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