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LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club Subscription Box Review – August 2016

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

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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

The Products: At least $30.00 or more in brushes in every delivery.

Shipping: Free in United States and Canada, worldwide additional cost

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This month is the introduction of the product card – yaaa!!!! The front of the card has the monthly brushes displayed and the back includes info on the products and tips for the month that revolve around the theme. This month’s theme is “August Wanderlust”.


Small Chisel Blush Brush M403 – $9.99

This brush blends, diffuses, sculpts, and contours your cheekbones.

Contour Blender M530 – $9.99

This brush is perfect for a pop of color or highlight. “If you want your highlight to be super extra, spritz a bit of setting spray on your face and apply your glow right before it completely dries”.

Good to know: MorpheMe bristles are natural, which mostly consist of goat’s hair. The pro blender and chisel bristles in this month’s box are sable. Also, this month’s brushes arrived in a protective sleeve to protect the delicate bristles. MorpheMe cannot guarantee that the sleeves will come in future boxes.


Pro Blender/Contour M437 – $5.99

This brush is less tapered and gives an effortless blend while contouring and highlighting your face.

Pencil Brush M431 – $4.99

This brush is perfect for highlighting your cupid’s bow, inner eye, and lining your lower lashes.


Applying highlighter to my cupid’s bow with the Pencil Brush.

Verdict: I enjoy receiving the MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club! The August brushes have a value of $30.96. These brushes are sold out on the MorpheMe website, and I’m not sure when the brushes in the boxes make it to the website, if at all. When you place your monthly order, you accumulate points that can be used for past monthly brushes.

I’m a novice when it comes to makeup tools and I’m in the learning process; so having the appropriate tools sent to me monthly is an advantage. I’m slowly discovering how versatile these brushes are and how they define and shape my eyes and cheek bones. You can also view past months’ brushes under your account page or go to their blog to learn more about the current month.

What do you think about MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club?

Written by Nich Baviera

Nich Baviera

Nichelle has been obsessed with subscription boxes since 2012, when she received an email to subscribe to PopSugar Must Have Box. Since then, she has subscribed to Glossybox, Allure Beauty Box and GoodeBox which is now called GoodeBeing Box. She currently subscribes to: Birchbox, FabFitFun, Essence Beauty Box, PopSugar Must Have Mini Box, and Play! by Sephora. She is an avid admirer of PopSugar, so much so that she had an office tour of their San Francisco headquarters in April of 2015.

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  1. Comments on the quality of these brushes? Do they fall apart and shed quickly? Do they fall apart? Thanks

  2. If you like the brush covers you can buy them on their own. Birchbox used to carry a set but you can get even cheaper no-brand versions for a few dollars. I swear by them and use them even at home so when I place the top on my brush canister they don’t get smooshed.

    • Beautylicious has them in various sizes and kits.

      • Omg beautylish hahaha I can’t believe my phone.

  3. You can never, ever, have too many brushes. I love it.

  4. Just buy a full set of brushes from Coastal Scents or ELF or any of a dozen other brands for less.

    And I never understand why some companies offer a 6- or 12-month subscription for the full price, without discounting it. Does anyone actually take them up on that offer (unless gifting the sub)?

    • If I understand it correctly they have reward points. You earn 100pts for every month you elect to receive. If you skip that month then no points. 600 pts = $25

      If you prepay for 6 months you are guaranteed $25 in reward pts at the end of the 6 mths even if you skip months. With a 12 month subscription they guarantee you $50 in reward pts at the end of 12 mths even if you skip months.

      I would think this is on top of the pts you earn for purchasing a box each month but that wasn’t clear to me.

      • Thanks Cee for the clarification.

    • Some individuals have commented that they subscribe and like the variety of brushes. I’m not sure how long they subscribe to MorpheMe.

    • I have a lot of e.l.f. brushes and they are not as good in terms of quality (with the more expensive black-handled ones generally being somewhat less scratchy and less likely to fall apart than the white-handled ones) as the Morphe ones.

      I believe also if you buy the 12-month Morphe sub, you get a palette, so there is that.

      (For the record, I do subscribe to this. I have like 200 makeup brushes but I find value in not having to wash them very often and I probably use 7 or 8 different ones each day.)

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