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Morphe Eye Obsessed Brush Collection (12 brushes) - £15 / £20 Delivered @ Morphe
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Morphe Eye Obsessed Brush Collection (12 brushes) - £15 / £20 Delivered @ Morphe

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Posted 12th Mar

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Some good quality make up brushes here for a great price. The total value for the set is £90!

COLLECTION INCLUDES:
Large Shadow Fluff Brush (Natural): Create a killer highlight to your brow bone or upper cheekbones with this soft, rounded brush.
Blender Brush (Natural): Blend out and keep on going with this perfectly plush, rounded brush.
Pointed Blender Brush (Natural): Buff out eyeshadow or soften harsh lines with this fluffy, tapered brush that lets you control how you blend.
Firm Blending Fluff Brush (Natural): This fluffy-yet-firm, multi-tasking brush makes crease blending easy—use the flat side to keep things shady or blend the rules with the full tip.
Small Chisel Fluff Brush (Natural): This small wonder lets you define and sculpt with precision—perfect for detailed eyeshadow applications and for packing on color onto the lid.
Smudge Brush (Natural): Smudge out your liner or make your shadow smoky hot—whatever you choose, this lil’ brush will be your new bestie.
Pointed Crease Brush (Synthetic): Soft, slender bristles and a tapered point let you place color right where you want it.
Detail Crease Brush (Synthetic): This stiff, tapered brush is a stickler for details—it’s your go-to for a defined cut crease, the perfect smudge, and packing color onto the inner eye or outer “V”.
Concealer Brush (Synthetic): This flat brush pats down concealer like a boss to blur imperfections and blend it seamlessly into the rest of your makeup.
Flat Liner Brush (Synthetic): Use this babe to define or buff out your lash line for a totally eye-catching look.
Detail Liner Brush (Synthetic): Create the most defined and detailed lines with this super-precise, microfine brush.
Angled Brow/Spoolie Brush (Synthetic): Create soft, natural brows with the angled end and groom hair into place with the spoolie. Double win.
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🔥 Great first post @hap009

Thanks for sharing
Thanks so needed good brushes:)
Reviews are poor on Boots
Got these for the missus at Christmas, she is impressed by them. Work well with the Morphe pallettes. She is obsessed with Morphe. Got two more on the way this evening.
toto12312/03/2020 14:06

Reviews are poor on Boots


Not to deny that but either the Boots versions are knock-offs or they were being used incorrectly. Many beauty/makeup professionals use Morphe brushes and nothing else (the range is HUGE) or have Morphe as part of their rotation. These are eye brushes and are designed to be used on the eyes with each individual brush detailed for a single ideal purpose (eg packing or blending). You'd be surprised how many people complain that an eye brush collection doesn't work for their foundation or blush. This pack is not intended to be full-face by any means.
GothBoy13/03/2020 09:26

Not to deny that but either the Boots versions are knock-offs or they were …Not to deny that but either the Boots versions are knock-offs or they were being used incorrectly. Many beauty/makeup professionals use Morphe brushes and nothing else (the range is HUGE) or have Morphe as part of their rotation. These are eye brushes and are designed to be used on the eyes with each individual brush detailed for a single ideal purpose (eg packing or blending). You'd be surprised how many people complain that an eye brush collection doesn't work for their foundation or blush. This pack is not intended to be full-face by any means.


Completely agree. Not bashing the other guys opinion but Morphe are great. My missus gets asked by strangers who does her make up professionally she does it herself. She uses Estée Lauder Foundation, Morphe pallettes for her eyes (using Morphe brushes including this set) and iconic London (I think) for setting spray and glow (or Morphe spray) hopefully it gives some of the lads on here an idea what to buy the missus.
HUKDPAB113/03/2020 11:23

Completely agree. Not bashing the other guys opinion but Morphe are great. …Completely agree. Not bashing the other guys opinion but Morphe are great. My missus gets asked by strangers who does her make up professionally she does it herself. She uses Estée Lauder Foundation, Morphe pallettes for her eyes (using Morphe brushes including this set) and iconic London (I think) for setting spray and glow (or Morphe spray) hopefully it gives some of the lads on here an idea what to buy the missus.


Iconic London is definitely a great brand, even Jeffree Star raves about them and gets them sent to the the USA.
GothBoy13/03/2020 16:55

Iconic London is definitely a great brand, even Jeffree Star raves about …Iconic London is definitely a great brand, even Jeffree Star raves about them and gets them sent to the the USA.


I think it’s the spray that’s a bronze glitter colour? It’s her preferred choice for glow, not sure if it’s used for setting or if she uses morphe for that?
was just about to say £20.00 for a router with that many antennae has to be a fantastic deal .....
HUKDPAB113/03/2020 17:06

I think it’s the spray that’s a bronze glitter colour? It’s her preferred c …I think it’s the spray that’s a bronze glitter colour? It’s her preferred choice for glow, not sure if it’s used for setting or if she uses morphe for that?


Morphe is probably the setting spray. Iconic are known for their highlighting & glitter stuff.
I bought the jeffrey star and they rubbish
farod14/03/2020 23:21

I bought the jeffrey star and they rubbish


Jeffree Star collaboration with Morphe or Jeffree Star Cosmetics? If they genuinely are rubbish then they're almost certainly fakes. Where did you buy them from as there's only a very few companies in the UK licenced to sell them?
GothBoy15/03/2020 01:48

Jeffree Star collaboration with Morphe or Jeffree Star Cosmetics? If they …Jeffree Star collaboration with Morphe or Jeffree Star Cosmetics? If they genuinely are rubbish then they're almost certainly fakes. Where did you buy them from as there's only a very few companies in the UK licenced to sell them?


Jeffrey star morphe brushes all of them broke and I bought from morphe they replaced two brushes after what feels like an eternity of emailing back and forth, but the whole set was damaged so annoyed
Edited by: "farod" 15th Mar
farod15/03/2020 08:57

Jeffrey star morphe brushes all of them broke and I bought from morphe …Jeffrey star morphe brushes all of them broke and I bought from morphe they replaced two brushes after what feels like an eternity of emailing back and forth, but the whole set was damaged so annoyed


That's utterly awful. May I suggest that you try to contact Jeffree directly on social media to tell him that you had problems with your collaboration brushes? He's really, really protective of his name so if a licenced collab isn't living up to his standards he will want to know. I imagine he's not the easiest person to get in contact with because he now has a lot of followers but Twitter or Instagram (especially) seem to be where he is easiest to talk to. An alternative would be to email him directly from his website and explain that even though it wasn't a Jeffree Star Cosmetics item you thought it best to inform him of substandard goods.
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