Since I was sold on the eye shadows I looked on their website to see what kinds of brushes they sold, and they had a lot. When I visited the store today it was basically ALL brushes...I didn't want to leave!
So here is what I purchased:
Here is a reddish-brown "brick" color (#16) that I got & it comes in a slip...however you can get it in a shadow case or pick a few and make it a palette but I just put mine in my Z Palette (they sell Z Palettes there as well). Anyways, like I said the pigments are amazing, it's easy to blend, and I really like the shadow colors. They don't have a whole lot of eye shadow colors...which is okay because they have the main, necessary colors!
Here is the rest of the colors I purchased! I love them all!!!!
Here are the brushes that I needed to add to my collection:
From left to right:
1. I got this very thin gel liner brush....now I still love my Brandon one (I talked about this brush in a previous post on gel liners) but I wanted an even thinner one for a more defined line! I have not used this yet but I'm sure it will work well because its a extremely thin brush and you can use it to create a variety of precise lines (to draw on your face, for your gel liners, for your water line...).
2. This is a small pencil crease brush...I used it today and I like it but the bristles are a little harsh....however they had other types of pencil crease brushes just like this but with different bristles...I will definitely go back an buy a softer one!
3. This is their most popular blending brush and I used this brush today as well for my crease color and it blended quit beautifully...definitely a fave!
4. I think this brush is called a precision smudger...not sure...but I used it to apply shadow to my lower lash line and I love the precision of this brush...there is no fallout AT ALL...amazing!!!
They were selling these bronzers at the store too so I decided to buy it and surprisingly I really liked it...I used it on my cheeks today by itself and it gave me a beautiful glow...it is a bit darker than my beloved VS one (in my previous bronzer post)!
So besides my purchases at Morphe I also went to Ulta and bought a few things...some I got to use today and some I will use them then post a blog about it!
Real Techniques- Expert Face Brush
Wow the trouble I went through to get my hands on this brush is unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't use a face brush for my foundation because I blend my foundation with my handy dandy beauty blender BUT I saw this brush at a Ulta store in Hollywood and I really liked it...just my luck they were sold out! So instead of purchasing it online & waiting a week I called every single store in my area where they sold these brushes & finally after hours of being put on hold at different stores I called the Ulta store in Burbank and the lady said they had only 1 in stock and I immediately told her to put it on hold. So today I went to go pick it up and I even used it today for my foundation & OMG you guys this is the most amazing face brush I have ever used!!!!!! I didn't even need the beauty blender b/c this brush buffs the foundation in soooooo beautifully! I am so glad I bought it!
I heard about using this as a brow gel from one of my YouTube beauty bloggers so I decided to try it out and it really works great as a brow gel...its not sticky and it doesn't make your brow hair hard as a rock! I put it over my brows today and it kept my brow powder & pencil in place & it was very subtle and soft...no mess and no weird feeling! Thumbs up for this product!
So I love neutral shinny colors and I decided to purchase this because the holidays are coming...even though its neutral enough for everyday! I used this today over my Morphe # 02 color and it was so beautiful!! I am going to back and purchase some more colors!! I have only 1 pigment from MAC that I rarely use because it is a dark brown shimmer but this is gorgeous neutral one that u can even use without any shadow underneath! I think it's a must have!
Hope you enjoyed beauties!
-Love Greta! Mwah!