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LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club Review + Coupon – December 2017

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Liveglam Morpheme December 20171

MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club is a monthly subscription from Live Glam that exclusively sends you cosmetic brushes. They guarantee at least $30 in brushes in every delivery. Live Glam also offers a KissMe Liquid Lipsticks Monthly Club and recently launched ShadowMe Eyeshadow Monthly Club (currently waitlist only).

Check out all of our Live Glam reviews to learn more about each club!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club, $19.99 a month, box.

Liveglam Morpheme December 2017

About MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Subscription Box: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Cost: $19.99 a month, $109.99 for a 6-month subscription, or $220 for a 12-month subscription

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

  • Monthly Subscription – FREE brush with your first month + free shipping to the US
  • 6-Month Subscription – 10% Off and a Free Brush + free shipping to the US
  • Annual Subscription – Get 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.

Also good to know: MorpheMe is offering a new feature that will allow subscribers to trade in your brushes for a different set.

MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club December 2017 Review

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - info card

December is all about holiday glam with a ‘Sleigh the Holidays’ theme.  The included fold-out info card specifies each brush’s name and details techniques that best fit each brush. You also receive a 10% off coupon.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - tutorial sheet

December’s shipment includes 4 brushes!

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - all brushes

All of this month’s brushes have a festive, metallic red handle.

Let’s talk about ’em:

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - buffing brush Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - buffing brush close up

Morphe RG6 Flat Buffer – Estimated Value $15.00 (buy a similar style from Morphe)

Because this set of metallic red brushes is a holiday exclusive, I couldn’t find the exact styles on the MorpheMe website. I will link to similar versions of each brush, however.

This soft buffer brush is perfect for achieving that airbrushed foundation effect. Its flat top kabuki-style bristles are densely packed but gentle on the skin.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - foundation brush

I’m not typically a full-coverage foundation kind of person, so I used this brush to buff in my tinted moisturizer as well as my under eye concealer. This is a step that I most often use a beauty blender for, but I had forgotten the precision in perfecting the surface of the skin that you experience with a small brush. Definitely switching back!

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blush brush Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blush brush close up

Morphe RG8 Tapered Powder – Estimated Value $14.00 (buy a similar style from Morphe)

This fluffy brush features a tapered edge that’s perfect for blush application. It’s a little fuller than the brush brushes that I’m used to reaching for, but I really enjoyed its shape for a natural pop of color on the apples of my cheeks.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blush brush

So soft! I really loved the airy finish that it gave my skin, and it was great at evenly dispersing very pigmented color.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - round contour brush Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - round contour brush

Morphe RG18 Round Crease – Estimated Value $6.00 (buy a similar style from Morphe)

The ultimate crease blending tool! This brush is “rounded and fluffy to eliminate any stark lines for a soft focus transition.”

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - contouring brush

I used it to add a medium-toned (very dark, for me!) plum-y brown shadow to my crease. The denseness of this brush made application easy and even.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blending brush Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blending brush close up

Morphe RG24 Blending Fluff – Estimated Value $7.00 (buy a similar style from Morphe)

Now, time to blend! The long, fluffy bristled on this brush make it a wonderful blending tool.

Liveglam Morphe Me December 2017 - blending brush

I used it to lighten up the transition between my crease and brow bone with a sweeping motion.

Verdict:  MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club has consistently provided quality brushes, and this month was no exception. Per usual, the variety was great as well: 2 eye brushes, a foundation/face buffing brush, and a blush/face brush. All of the styles included were soft, luxurious, and versatile though it was difficult to know exactly what materials they were comprised of being that each style is an exclusive that’s not available on the MorpheMe site.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Order by January 22nd to receive the January’s brush box.

Coupon – No coupon code required – just use this link to activate the deals

  • Monthly Subscription – FREE brush with your first month + free shipping to the US
  • 6-Month Subscription – 10% Off and a Free Brush + free shipping to the US
  • Annual Subscription – Get 1 Month Free and a Free Brush+ free shipping to the US

Value Breakdown: At $19.99 + free shipping for this box, each brush comes in at about $4.00 in value. I could see several of these brushes being sold for over $10, so I’d say that the value of this box is more than fair.

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Written by Jess Cole Payne

Jess Cole Payne

Jess’s love for subscription boxes began with a makeup and skincare fixation. She’s looking forward to broadening her horizons in discovering new products within the lifestyle and food world of subscription boxes.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

7 Comments

  1. Why is the last brush not matching the picture?

  2. I wonder how much the youtubers get paid to pretend like these brushes are on par with their tom ford or kevyn aucoin brushes?

  3. WHY is this another review of Live Glam subscription without even a hint of the past credit card scams to customers who have unsubscribed to Live Glam’s Boxes? Has the problem been resolved sufficiently that the Subscription Addiction feels no compunction to ward possible subscribers of an issue? Or is there another reason? I would like to know.

    • I would like to know what’s going on also. I was unsubscribed without notice or explanation. What kind of customer service is that??

    • I don’t know of any Live Glam scams, but they were recently hacked, leaving some credit card numbers vulnerable. There was an entire post here devoted to the security breach. Unfortunately, I was one of the lucky ones affected. How did they scam customers, as I am a member and want to know. Thanks!

      • BTW, the free identity protection that LiveGlam offered to those of us affected is a scam. The site doesn’t exist, and the real site doesn’t accept the free activation code from LiveGlam. And, the identity protection site LiveGlam is using wants my SSN AND a credit card number, when LiveGlam is supposedly providing the service for free?!?!? Um…no. Shady.

        LiveGlam only has my stolen card number and I’m NOT giving them another because of all of the shady stuff I found just now about the company. Google it.

        I would NOT recommend giving them ANY information after the research I have just done, and the links in the email they sent to me. Every bit of info about me that I gave them was stolen, not just my card number, and then they send me an email with the stuff above?!? Oh heck no. POTENTIAL SUBSCRIBERS BEWARE!! Many people are reporting this company, btw. Many.

        Liz, the poster above is correct and you should think about removing anything “LiveGlam” from this site.

    • Hi Kathleen, Liz has already posted about the credit card theft this week. It’s all taken care of.

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