As some of you may have seen in my YouTube videos, whenever I do a full face of makeup, I try to let you guys know which Morphe brushes I’m using to apply things like foundation, concealer, bronzer, etc. I love Morphe’s brushes because, not only are they extremely affordable, but they are also great quality. I want you guys to be able to recreate looks with the right tools, so here are some of my favorite Morphe brushes.
As you can see, the brush is slender, tapering into a defined point at the end. This brush works awesome for applying powder around the undereye area to set the makeup. The bristles are soft against your sensitive undereye, and you also get a precise sweep with the pointed end.
This is a dense, flat, kabuki-style brush. It is the best kabuki for blending out foundation and giving your skin that airbrushed, flawless looks. The bristles smooth out your look without stealing product or leaving it looking streaky.
The soft angle of the brush works great for applying blush to the apples of your cheeks. It has the perfect angle for you to effortlessly sweep the blush along your skin to make you look warm and alive.
The R36 has a flared, tapered shape that gives you a precise control over your product. It’s not too small and not too big, which makes it great for applying highlighter in targeted areas.
If you can tell in the picture, the brush is domed round at the end. This brush is perfect for contouring and bronzing up the skin. I personally love the medium size of this brush because it contours perfectly in precise locations.
This eyeshadow brush is the best medium, dense blender to blend out your crease, but keeping the shadow controlled at the same time. The pinched ferrule and tapered top works for all eye shapes and sizes.
Another great eyeshadow brush, it’s a great fluffy blender for blending out your transition shade. The brush is thicker at the base but rounded at the top to create a softer blend.
This brush is very versatile and can be used to accomplish so many different things – for such a great price! You can use it for shading and applying pigment for maximum color. It’s also great for carving out your brows and creating a cut crease.
A stiffer, tapered pencil brush, you can use it to apply color to the inner corner of your eye and on your brow bone. It’s small and precise.
I hope this helps ya’ll if you were looking for a brush to help make your look. Don’t forget to use my code on Morphe’s website to get 10% off your entire order!