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I don’t know what’s the hype with Morphe brushes because they are pretty average brushes so to speak. The only thing that I find special about them is that you can really find some small and precise brushes such as E36 or M506 that you could find it difficult to find in other brands, but other than that, there is nothing special or to-die-for about these brushes. I have 5 of these brushes and there are precisely two I like out of 5. I mean beyond this, if not for a particular shape of a brush, I don’t think I would like to put my money into Morphe brushes.
Morphe Small Chisel Blush Brush M403 Price ($9.99):
The very first point I’d like to mention is that it looks nothing like how it is shown on their website. And two, it is not small by any standards. It’s a fat, flared, chubby cheek brush. I would call it a hybrid between a powder brush and a blush brush. The only sad thing about this brush is that it literally sheds broken bristles on your face while application from time to time. The bristles are very soft, bouncy and are not scratchy at all. The brush is quite fluffy. It is tapered at the end so that makes it different from a regular powder brush and gives a good shape for a blush brush. It picks up the product well and gives a very diffused look of blush on the cheeks, but since it is a bigger brush, you can totally go overboard with the placement. If I am in a hurry, I never reach for this one.
You can also use this for powder or overall bronzing application. If you have a smaller face, I would not recommend it, but personally, I do reach out for it quite often when I am doing my makeup with enough time. I know I can control the placement. Also, the fluffiness of it makes for light-handed application. I wish it was not so flared, it would have been perfect. I do like it but the shedding part is the most annoying thing about it; not really sold out about this one.
I am attaching a picture of MAC 116 Blush Brush vs the Morphe M403 brush – the MAC brush is almost 2 years old and Morphe is only a few months old. Morphe brush is bigger in size and has really flared after washes. MAC has still retained it shape. Talk about quality.
Morphe M506 Tapered Mini Blender Brush (Price USD 5.99/ INR 400 approximately):
It is one of the only two favourite brushes from Morphe. It’s like a little mini blender brush. I love it especially when I just want to buff out the edges of my eyeshadow and I still want to keep any application precise.
It’s unlike any other brush I have with me. The brush is very soft and has held its shape despite so many uses and washes. You can even use it for your crease, lower lash line or outer V. It would give just exactly where you would want the placement of your eyeshadow.
The brush is not very fluffy and neither is too stiff. It’s just enough to give a good precise movement to the brush without being stiff. Love it. A must have from Morphe I would say.
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Morphe M505 Tapered Blender Brush
Morphe M442 Duo Fiber Buffer Brush
Morphe G20 Medium Oval Shadow Brush
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Colorbar Keep Blushing Blush Brush
Dolce and Gabbana The Blush Brush
Real Techniques Blush Brush
Morphe M505 Tapered Blender Brush
Charlotte Tilbury Magic Complexion Brush and Eye Blender Brush
Morphe M501 Pro Pointed Blender Brush
Zoeva 228 Crease, 225 Eye Blender Brush
Barbara Hofmann Basic Series Eyeshadow Blender Brush