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LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club May 2017 FULL Spoilers + Coupon!

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We have full spoilers for the May 2017 LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club!

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The Subscription Box: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Cost: $19.99 a month, $119.99 for a 6-month subscription, or $239.99 for a 12-month subscription

New Deals: No coupon required – just use this link to activate the deals

  • Monthly Subscription – FREE brush with you first month + free shipping to the US
  • 6-Month Subscription for $109.99 (10% off) and a Free Brush + free shipping to the US
  • Annual Subscription for $219.99 (1 Month Free) and a Free Brush+ free shipping to the US

The Products: At least 3-7 brushes valuing $30.00 or more

Ships to: Free in the United States, Worldwide for $4.99

Good to know: You can skip a month under the membership settings in your account page. Your membership with automatically resume the next month.

Check out all our MorpheMe Brush Club reviews!
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G1 Small Buffer

The G1 is a great brush for buffing your foundation! Say goodbye to streaky foundation and bad coverage. The short and dense synthetic bristles on this brush are going to give you the full coverage application you’ve been searching for! As you saw in our how-to video, these brushes are all so diverse! Try your G1 with a moisturizer or primer, too. If you like a natural, cream contour, the small buffer will get the job done in a breeze!

G41 Mini Contour

The G41 is a small, flat synthetic brush with short semi-dense bristles. This brush will carve out a sharp contour on your cheekbones. This flat contour brush is also fantastic for contouring the nose. Use the angles on the edge of the flat top to chisel precise lines and then buff it to perfection with the flat top.

G40 Pro Detail Powder

This small, fluffy G40 is a great size for setting your concealer under the eye! Because the brush is synthetic, it will only lightly hold any powder products, which allows you to pack the most product onto the skin where you want it! You can also use this brush for a sheer swipe of blush, highlight, or any of your other face powder needs!

G38 Mini Round Contour

The G38 is a round contour brush. With the dense, rounded synthetic bristles, you can get an ample amount of product onto the skin. This brush works well with a bold contour or bright pop of blush. You can also use it to apply a base shadow to your eye or get some depth by dusting a smokey brown shadow on your lid. You can buff your eyeshadow into a smooth and natural look using this brush!

G19 Round Liner Contour

The G19 is a very small synthetic contour brush intended for the eyes! You can use this firm, dense brush to apply some color to your lower lashline, smoke out a liner, or add a pop of shimmer. You can get a lot of great, natural definition to the eye using this brush!

Set your destination to glam with your Gunmetal MorpheMe brushes! We’ve got a one-way ticket to beauty! Be sure to check the blog for some makeup inspo and more ways to use your May brushes!

What do you think of the spoilers?

 

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3 Comments

  1. Definitely a keeper considering BoxyCharm has sent us products that are right in line with these brushes.. Coincidence? YOU DECIDE lol

  2. Liz- Correct me if I’m wrong, but it says the subscription is $19.99 a month, $119.99 for a 6-month subscription, or $239.99 for a 12-month subscription.

    However, if you do the math, 19.99 times 6 months is 119.94 (not 119.99 and certainly no deal) and 19.99 times 12 months is 239.88 (not 239.99 and even more so, not a deal)

    Are those figures correct?

    • Hi Liz! The deal is for 10% off the price of 6 or 12-month subs. So with the deal 6 months is $109.99 (regular price is $119.99) and 12 months is 219.99 (regular price is $239.99). I updated the post to be clearer – sorry for the confusion and I hope that helps! 🙂

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