Welcome back Glammers! We are officially turning 1-year old with this December #MorpheMe brush set! Thank you to all of our lovely loyal supporters who have slayed with us this past year. We have the most contoured and best blended group out there! We’ve really enjoyed growing our little Glam Fam, we can’t wait to see all your beautiful faces and bustling brush collections a year from now! We’re celebrating our anniversary with some fun, unique brushes to spice up your kits.
So this month you glitzy babes will be getting 6 glam brushes from the Flawless and Master Pro Collections: M502 Round Blender, M560 Detail Crease, M512 Round Contour, M562 Tiny Crease Blender, M515 Detail Crease Liner and the M516 Angle Blender. Peep the how-to video with our fave @argenapeede here!
You already know we’re gonna go ahead and break it down for ya!
M502 Round Blender (retail $5.99) This is a natural hair brush with a slightly tapered rounded tip. It’s so fluffy (and super soft!) it will easily blend crease colors and transition shades on the eye. Argenis used this brush to create a depth with a smooth wash of color in the crease. This style of fluffy eyeshadow brush is also perfect for getting a highlight bright enough to give the sparkling Christmas lights a run for their money.
M560 Detail Crease (retail $2.99) Try this synthetic pointed brush to add sharp drama into your crease. You can also use it to pack color onto the lid, like Argenis did with a shimmery lid highlight! The point of this brush is also great for getting precise detail under the eye, or smoking out some liner. If you want a poppin’ brow bone, you can also pop on a highlight right under your brows with this brush!
M512 Round Contour (retail $8.99) This short, natural hair rounded brush has dense bristles to place product with precision. Argenis used it to set the under eye concealer, and a few other places that you don’t want to move throughout the day! The density of the brush will let you easily pack on some product. It’s also a great brush to carve a precise contour into those rosy cheeks! You can use small circles to buff in the contour and blend it out!
M562 Tiny Crease Blender (retail $3.99) This adorable mini synthetic blending brush has some diverse uses– your daily dose of “aww that’s cuuute!” being the first. Aside from its cute factor, this is a great brush for blending your lower lashline or adding some depth to your lid in the crease or outer ‘V’. Argenis explains how great this brush is for adding depth, without overwhelming the look. It’s also a perfect brush to have on hand for working on smaller eyelids! You can apply and blend your colors without getting to cray on the lid space. And definitely use it to pop your highlight on the Cupid’s Bow, nose, inner corner, or any of those little crevices that you wanna glow up.
M515 Detail Crease Liner (retail $3.99) This natural hair brush’s firm shape is perfect to define and add depth around the eyes. The pointed bristles will give you great control in the details of the eye! You can add shimmer to your inner tear duct or create refined detail anywhere around the eye. Use this brush for a smokey liner or to carve a cut crease!
M516 Angle Blender (retail $4.99) This natural hair angled brush has a flat top and firm shape to carve out the crease or contour the nose while diffusing the edge. This style of angled brush, also seen in many contour brushes, lets you create a sharp line of color while blending out the opposite edge with the tapered tip. This shape makes it perfect for a nose contour! You can also add depth to the outer corner of the eye, or blend out the top edge of your cut creases that you lined out with your M515. 😉
That concludes this month’s brush breakdown! You’re really able to cover a lot of techniques with this group of brushes. We hope you love them like shadow loves a palette. We wanna see your #MorpheMe brush pics, so be sure to tweet us your stash or tag us on IG (#MorpheMe #LiveGlam)! Who else is celebrating a whole year as a #MM babe? If you’ve been slaying the brush game these past 12 months, then lemme know in the comments below! What was your favorite month?
And for those fabulous viewers that haven’t joined the #MorpheMe brush club yet— what are you waiting for! We’ve got the world’s first monthly makeup brush subscription for ya, and you get $30+ of brushes every month for $19.99. If you need to start beefing your kit up with some quality tools, then subscribe today! Your makeup kit will thank you later. 🙂
Jessica Seifert is a makeup enthusiast with winged liner sharp enough to slay her enemies. She spends her free time turning people into beautiful monsters & zombies. Learning about new makeup techniques and skincare is her passion! View all the posts by LiveGlam