LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club Review + Coupon – September 2019


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LiveGlam MorpheMe August 2019 makeup brush subscription review

MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club is a monthly subscription from LiveGlam that exclusively sends you cosmetic brushes. They guarantee at least $30 in brushes in every delivery. LiveGlam also offers KissMe Liquid Lipsticks Monthly Club and ShadowMe Eyeshadow Monthly Club.

FYI: LiveGlam recently launched a new feature that allows you to choose your first KissMe or MorpheMe Collection when you sign up for a subscription! When signing up for KissMe or MorpheMe, you’ll have the option to pick a different collection from the one that is available that month. The alternate collections can be past collections, as well as exclusive custom bundles. Learn more about their current available alternate collections!

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

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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.)

About LiveGlam MorpheMe

The Subscription Box: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club

The Cost: $19.99/mo + free US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: At least 3-8 brushes valuing $30.00 or more

Ships to: The United States for free, 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.

LiveGlam MorpheMe Brush Club September 2019 Review

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The theme this month is “Cloud Nine” and I received 6 (!!!) brushes. All of them are eye product brushes, and as many of you may know… I don’t wear a ton of shadows on a regular basis. This should be fun!

  • crease blendinge brush with black handle

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  • fluffy white and brown bristles

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    M453 Crease Blending Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $6.00

    Crease blending can be really difficult without the right brush. Too hard and you move everything around too much, and too soft, nothing happens. This brush seems to be pretty close to perfect in terms of firmness and fluffiness because it buffs shadows out nicely into a seamless finish. This is a nice addition to my growing brush collection.

    • flat definer brish with matte black handle

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    • flat top head with multi blendof bristles

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      M423 Flat Definer Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $5.00

      I am not crazy about this brush. The bristles were so firm and harsh! I tried moving it along my lash line but it seemed like most of the eyeshadow just fell off. It did work a little better along my lower lash line, but the whole experience made me feel like I was jabbing myself in the eye. This one might be a little advanced for me!

      • duo jumbo crease brush with black handle

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      • white and black bristled brush head

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        M461 Duo Jumbo Crease Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $7.00

        This was another brush I really liked but it felt a lot like the first one in terms of usage. It did have a larger and fluffier head though, and I found that it worked better for blending out shadows than applying them. Because of the size, I could also see this being amazing for powder highlighter application all over my face.

        • chiseled shader brush with glossy black handle

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        • domed flat black bristles

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          M408 Chisel Shader Brush (Natural) – Retail Value $5.00

          This little brush grabs so much product and holds onto it well, allowing you to really pack pigment onto your lid. This is another brush I really liked from this collection, and the density of those natural bristles is unlike anything I already had on hand. At $5, this would be an easy buy to have a few on hand if you are really into high pigmented eyeshadows and huge payoff.

          • angled blender brush with black handle

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          • angled brush head with brown bristles

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            E21 Deluxe Angle Blender Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $7.00

            This brush has an angled head and fluffy long bristles. It picked up product well and because of that angled surface, it was a dream for getting into the corners of my eyes. It diffused the powder and shadows I chose for a seamless but still highly pigmented look.

            • bent liner brush with shiny black handle

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            • 45 degree angle bend in brush neck

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              E38 Bent Liner Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $5.00

              Finally, our last item is a bent liner brush that worked so well! In the photo above I used a dry brown shadow for a soft look, but this brush really shines with gel liner. I wasn’t convinced that the bent shape would really make a difference but, wow, it made application so much easier. I actually managed to line both eyes nearly identically!

              Verdict: MorpheMe Monthly Brush Club had so many brushes this month! Six felt like a ton! Though I probably am not capable of using some of these to their full potential, this was an excellent assortment for filling in gaps in my existing brush collection. As someone who is much more face brush focused, I didn’t realize that some of these brushes would make eye makeup application so much easier. Overall, this month has a retail value of $35, which is $15 more than the $20 subscription cost. 

              To Wrap Up:

              Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! You’ll receive the September brushes if you sign up by September 22nd.

              Value Breakdown: At $19.99 + free shipping for this box, each of our six brushes has an average cost of $3.33.

              Check out all our MorpheMe Brush Club reviews and the best beauty subscription boxes of 2019 for more makeup accessory boxes!

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              Written by Megan Kirkland

              Megan Kirkland

              I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

              Posted in Beauty Subscription Boxes, LiveGlam Reviews, MorpheMe Brush Club Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: morpheme brush club | 3 comments

              3 Comments

              1. Dang it, Megan! I skipped this month thinking I really didn’t need more eye brushes but you made them sound so worth it. Oh what to do what to do…🤔

              2. I really want to sign up for this subscription, but after the whole money taken from.customers credit cards… I’m hesitant….is there a way to get these brushes without leaving my credit card vulnerable?

                • Maybe you can use a reloadable card?? I have had this sub for awhile now, and have had no issues at all with fraudulent charges.

                  I was going to cancel this month as I really don’t NEED more brushes, but wow, I do WANT this month’s brushes! LOL This sub survives another month. At least having a lot of brushes means less washing. 😉

                  Thanks for the review Megan, though my wallet might not agree 😀 😉

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