LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club September 2017 FULL Spoilers + Coupon!
We have full spoilers for the September 2017 LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club!
Hey Sea Glammers! Summer is coming to an end, but the glam doesn’t have to! We’ve got your batch of September MorpheMe brushes here to close the summer with a splash! Grab Flounder and Sebastion and channel your inner Ariel with the E6 Flat buffer, the M576 Pointed Blender, M577 Jumbo Crease, and the M578 Pencil Crease.
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!
E6 – Flat Buffer
The E6 is a flat-topped foundation brush made with synthetic bristles to make it friendlier to your creamy face products. The flat top is good for packing and buffing product into the skin to create a flawless look. This brush is of medium density which works to create a medium-coverage finish. The bristles are super soft, too! Definitely a plus when you’re smearing product on your face! You can also use this brush with your powder foundations or to diffuse your contour for really soft, natural definition.
M576 – Pointed Blender
Your M576 brush is a soft, natural bristle brush for defining your eyes. The pointed tip of this tapered blending brush is good for getting really precise placement with your shadows. The lack of density allows you to diffuse your eyeshadow while you apply it by using a light touch. This brush is perfect for defining a sharp crease or adding some depth to the outer corners! The softness and precision tip make this brush good for contouring the eye. This is a practice of placing a color 3-4 shades darker than your skintone to define the crease and shape the eyelid. You can hide the appearance of hooded eyes, make the eyes larger, or even-out imperfections with this trick!
M577 – Jumbo Crease
Your M577 is round and dense crease brush with natural bristles. This crease brush is about the size of your pinky tip and fits perfectly into the crevices of your eye. The density of this brush gives you all the control as you apply color or blend. You can use this brush to pack color onto your lid, define your crease, blend transition colors together and diffuse the edge of your shadow. You can also use it when applying your eye primer, ot to add highlighter to your eyes, nose, and cheekbones! It’s a great multi-use brush to add to your kit.
M578 – Pencil Crease
The M578, similar to a mini M577, is a round and dense pencil brush with natural bristles. This brush is petite and soft, which is great for defining and blending your lower lashline. The brush is so soft, so you don’t have to worry about anything scratchy around your delicate eye. You can also use this to define your outer corner and to highlight the eye area. Because of it’s small size, you can get really precise placement with this brush!
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