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LiveGlam Brush Club Review + Coupon – February 2021

LiveGlam’s 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 a monthly Lippie Club and an eyeshadow club.

Per LiveGlam, LiveGlam MorpheMe is now LiveGlam Brush Club. The brushes inside will continue to be the Morphe brand. 

FYI: You can choose your first Lippie Club or Brush Club Collection when you sign up for a subscription! When signing up for Lippie Club or Brush Club , 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.

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

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 Brush Club

The Subscription Box: LiveGlam Monthly Brush Club

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

COUPON: Get a free brush with any length subscription, plus save on 6 and 12 month plans! No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: At least 3-8 Morphe brushes valuing $30 or more

Ships to: The U.S. 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 Brush Club February 2021 Review


It looks like we have 5 different brushes to play with this month!


Morphe M507 Pointed Mini Blender (Natural) – Retail Value $8.00

I really liked how this mini blender handled! It comes to a fine point at the tip making it great for packing a small amount of color into it. You can also use it to blend fine lines which are great for my darker shadows to blend them out without messing with the shade. It is also useful for lightly tapping highlight shades near your brow brown. Overall a really handy brush to have around!


Morphe M160 1/16 Angle Liner Brush (Synthetic) – Retail Value $4.00

This brush is perfect for applying a gel or cream liner. The angle allows you to get that perfectly straight, flat line while still allowing you to blend and shade. I didn’t have any gel or cream liner at home to test this with, but I decided to use a dark shadow to apply as a liner on my undereye. It worked really well to get a clean line, but again, it allowed me the chance to blend and smudge a bit. While I can’t say that I will get a ton of use out of this little guy, I was really happy with how it worked so I might have to go get some cream liner to have on hand.


Morphe R14 Round Contour (Natural) – Retail Value $12.00 (found on sale here for $6.00)

So after playing with this round brush a bit, I have landed on using it to apply my cream blush. It’s working really well compared to the brush I was using before! The site says that this can be used to apply powder and blush, but it is best for applying contour to the hollows of your cheeks. The brush is more of a rounded dome shape, which is what makes it so great for applying and blending my cream blush, in my opinion. I did notice some pieces of the bristle fall off recently, but hopefully, it was just a few random pieces. Otherwise, I am really loving using this every day!


Morphe M562 Tiny Crease Blender (Synthetic) – Retail Value $6.00

This was the only brush this month that I didn’t love. I found the bristles to be sort of flimsy so it didn’t allow me to really get in there and blend out my shadow. It felt really small and delicate so maybe it would be better for light blending in smaller areas or with lighter shades. The site says that this is a crease brush to help create transitional effects. What did you think of this brush and what are you using it for?


Morphe M408 Chisel Shader (Natural) – Retail Value $6.00

This is a really strong shading brush that is small but can really pack in color and help blend. This works to create a defined placement of color, especially in smaller areas. I watched a few MorpheMe videos on how best to use this brush and they recommend using it to “smoke out your lash line.” I can’t wait to play with this brush a bit more especially to build a special occasion smokey eye.

Verdict: This month’s Brush Club was packed with 5 brushes! The brushes were all on the smaller side but packed a big punch in helping to build and blend out a complete look. My favorite brush this month is the round contour because it really changed my cream blush application. I was also able to learn a lot about how best to use the chisel shader and the mini blender. Sometimes all it takes to level-up your makeup application is receiving a new product and researching it! Even if I receive a brush that I might not use that often, I am still blown away by the quality of these brushes and I love adding to my collection. 

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive the March 2021 selections as your first box unless you trade it for another month’s selections.

COUPON: Get a free brush with any length subscription, plus save on 6 and 12 month plans! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Value Breakdown: At $19.99 + free shipping for this box, each of our brushes has an average cost of $3.99. Everything inside had a total value of $36 which is about $16 more than the cost of the subscription. 

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Written by Taryn Lowman

Taryn Lowman

Taryn’s passion for subscription boxes started when she was gifted a monthly Birchbox. She is excited to discover more Mom and baby boxes to share with her family!

Posted in Beauty Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: liveglam brush club | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. Thanks for the great review :3

  2. Sad that the crease blender isn’t as expected. It really helps to have a nice brush to really smooth and transition shades of shadow. Well, maybe it will become better with use, fluffing a little stiffer.

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