LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club Review + Coupon – January 2019


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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 Kiss Me Liquid Lipsticks Monthly ClubPolishMe Nail Polishes Monthly Club and a new ShadowMe Eyeshadow Monthly Club.

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

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.)

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About LiveGlam MorpheMe

The Subscription Box: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Cost: $19.99/mo + free US shipping 

New Deal: Use this link to get a free bonus brush!

The Products: At least 3-8 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 on your account page. You can also trade one brush or your whole set for something else.

January 2019 “Feeling Fetch Review

This month I received four high-end brushes for eyes and face. All of these brushes are from the Creator Series and have precision synthetic and natural bristles. I really like the matte black handes! Let’s see what I got:

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The theme this month is “Feeling Fetch”. It’s an interesting choice of theme for brushes that (may) have natural bristles. I couldn’t find the bristle material info for these brushes though, so I’m not sure.

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The info card comes with a photo and short description of how you can use each brush. Many brushes can be used for many different things, so you can make them work best for you. You can check their blog for a video rundown of the brushes and how to use them as well.

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M6 Pro Flat Buffer – Retail Value $12

I used this kabuki style brush to buff on my liquid foundation. It’s soft and is the perfect size to cover a lot of area while still being able to get into tight spaces (like the sides of my nose). I also really like it for applying my loose mineral foundation for a full coverage look. The best part of brushes like this is that I can buff some color right into my hairline for a seamless transition.

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M434 Blending Buffer Brush – Retail Value $6

For my eye look, I used this blending brush to apply a dark shade to my crease. The flat, short bristles are great for packing on color and the domed shape makes blending easy. I followed up with a clean blender, like the M531 from last month, to diffuse the color onto my lid.

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M455 Detailed Bullet Crease – Retail Value $5

I think the small, pointed shape of this brush is so useful for so many things. Here, I’m using it to precisely deepen the color on the outer corner of my eye. Then I smudged the leftover product onto my lower lashline. I also use it for applying highlight to my inner corners and under my brow bone.

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M451 Detailed Highlighter Brush – Retail Value $8

I used this light fluffy brush to sweep highlighter onto the tops of my cheekbones. I’m typically a fan brush kinda girl, but this is perfect for when I need a much more intense pop of highlight. The shape and flexibility of these bristles make this brush great for setting the under eye area with precision.

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Verdict: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club sent four professional-level brushes that have a total retail value of $31. I’m really happy with the brushes included this month. The quality is great and I like that they can all be used for multiple things. I didn’t have a highlight brush like this in my collection before, so I’m happy to add a new brush style.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? You have until the 22nd to get the January set!

Value Breakdown: At $19.99 + free shipping for this box, here’s approximately what you’re paying for each brush:

  • M6 Pro Flat Buffer – $7.74
  • M434 Blending Buffer Brush – $3.87
  • M455 Detailed Bullet Crease – $3.22
  • M451 Detailed Highlighter Brush – $5.16

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Written by Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany found out about subscription boxes from a friend who followed MSA. The curiosity started with mystery beauty boxes and grew into an addiction from there. Beauty, clothes, home…she loves the sight of a subscription box in the mail.

Posted in Beauty Subscription Boxes, LiveGlam Reviews, MorpheMe Brush Club Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: morpheme brush club | 6 comments

6 Comments

  1. So have Morphs Me resolved all their security ossues from last year? Im very tempted to join this sub but am concerned about the security of my card/payment information

  2. Thank you for the great tutorials, Tiffany. Likewise, I finally decided to join because of you! I was wondering, however, are you using a sponge when you are working on the outer corner of your eye? Also, please consider doing youtube makeup tutorials. I have learned a lot from you through MSA. I am sure your youtube videos would be amazing.

    • Hi Mlog! Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy your brushes.
      I’m just using a makeup sponge with a straight edge to keep shadow in the area I want it when blending. There are little pieces of tape meant for this too but you could just use a tissue as well. Thanks for the tutorial suggestion! I actually have a YT channel but haven’t been brave enough to post one yet. 🙂

      • Thank you for answering my question about the sponge, meanwhile I will keep waiting patiently for when you do take the makeup youtube plunge. 🤗💕💕

  3. I have read your reviews of the brush club for a few months now. You finally convinced me to join today 🙂

    • That’s awesome, Twyla! Let us know what you think when you get your first set. 🙂

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