I blogged a couple of months ago (here) about the brushes I received from my #MorpheMe subscription from Live Glam that I get every month. It's honestly one of the best subscriptions I've received as I always use every brush I get, I actually wish more brush companies would do it. Since the last posts i've received both June and July's brushes and both months were pretty good.


I love it when these subscriptions send you a product you'd been wanting for a while. I've been after a fan brush for ages for highlighting, I had one ages ago but it wasn't great quality and the bristles seem to fall out a lot. This brush is large with a decent amount of bristles to make sure of an even application of the highlighter. I use this when I want my highlight to be subtle so it just glides a small amount over my cheek bones.

This is another one I have received, which is part of the Elite II collection they have just launched - i've gotten so many this new collection in the subscription. This one is called a mini powder brush but i've actually been using this for highlight as well. This one is for when I want quite an intense highlight as it can pick up more of the product.

This is probably my favourite from June's brushes and I use it everyday. This is another from the Elite II collection and the quality is really amazing, the bristles are so soft! I use this one for blending out my eyeshadow when i've applied it all and it literally blends so well. The bristles are that tightly packed which is why I think it blends everything out so well.

This is the third one I got from the Elite II collection in this months selection. This one I use for applying a shadow or line to my crease and then blending it out. The brush is small with bristles that are quite tightly packed and a point at the end for precision.

This is yet another brush that i've been on the hunt for a while. I've been wanting something like this for lining the edge of my eyebrows with concealer for extra definition. The brush is flat and square so you can get a really close line to the brow.


This one is described as a contour blender brush but i've actually been using it for blush instead of a bigger brush. When applying the brush you can add a small flush to the cheeks without it looking like too much. The brush is made of goat hair for a professional finish and they are super soft.

As much as I loved this months selection I was a little disappointed to receive two brushes that were pretty much identical. This is another contour blender brush and i've been using it for added a bit of warm to the hollows of my cheeks before I apply a deeper contour.

This is similar to the other two as well but slightly bigger so I wasn't too annoyed. This one is a blusher brush and I have been using it for blush as well as the M350. The bristles are natural sable hair designed to distribute colour evenly with minimal effort.

This is the most different from the other I received in July's brushes and its a pencil crease brush. I have actually used this yet for anything but I really want to try out a cut crease look as I think this brush would be great for it!

Have any of your tried these Morphe brushes?



  1. I have the detail crease and flat line definer brush. They've made it into my favourites!

    Nicole | In The Life of NM

  2. This is such a great idea! I've never used Morphe brushes so maybe this is a great way to start x

    Katina Lindaa | www.katinalindaa.com