Favourite Morphe Brushes

For the last few years, I have been buying just one brand of makeup brushes: Morphe. These brushes are seriously so amazing and SO inexpensive! They range anywhere from $1.99 up to $22.99 depending on what type you’re after. Keep reading for a list of my faves & what I use them for! (P.S. Click the brush title for a direct link!)

1. M439 – Deluxe Buffer

This brush is a-m-a-z-i-n-g for liquid foundation! It gives my skin the most flawless finish and blends everything so perfectly 👌🏼 Its bristles are stubby and very dense so it’s a bit harder to clean but still my fave way to apply liquid foundation for that airbrushed finish.

2. R0 – Deluxe Powder Brush

Powder your entire face super quick with this giant fluffy brush! So perfect for setting powders or powder foundations and is so incredibly soft!

3. R13 – Pointed Contour

You like to contour? You need the R13. It has a defined tip to give you that dramatic contour you’ve been looking for!

4. R2 – Pro Tapered Powder

I looooove using this brush for my bronzer. And my powder. And my blush. It seriously does it all! It is the perfect amount of fluffy yet fanned enough to get your product in just the right spot. I am also obsessed with the rose gold collection!

5. R37 – Pointed Blender

This is by far my favourite eyeshadow brush! Can’t you tell? The label is all gone 😂 It is so amazing for applying any type of colour in your crease with maximum control. Whether I want a subtle shadow look or I want to build out a smokey eye, this brush is there for me.

6. M501 – Pro Pointed Blender

I love using highlight – especially in the summer time! This brush is so perfect for popping that shimmer on your cheekbones, bridge of your nose, cupids bow, and even your shoulders.

7. M502 – Round Blender

This is the first of one of my “round blenders” that I like to use. I personally use this one for setting my eyelids after priming, or to apply my base coat of shadow.

8. MB23 – Round Blender

This round blender is almost more of a dome shape and is perfect for blending out any harsh lines! It is perfect for me because I have small eyes and somewhat hooded lids so it allows me to blend colour without bringing it up too high as it fits nicely in the crease.

9. B72 – Round Crease

Even though “crease” is in the name of this brush, I don’t use it for that. I use this to blend out colours that I apply to my lower lash line with my M432! This brush is literally $3 USD, you can’t go wrong!

10. M432 – Flat Liner Definer

This brush is great for your upper and lower lash lines. I usually dip this brush in darker eyeshadows to softly define my upper lash line, and I gently press it on to just the outer corner of my lower lash line to give my eyes that almond shape.

I hope you guys enjoyed this post and I look forward to hearing about your Morphe purchases!

Enjoy your weekend & thanks for reading!




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