Don't judge a book by it's cover
I needed a fan brush for my tarte Amazonian clay highlighter. I heard good things of morphe brushes and was excited I could get it through ulta. Price is good and I even used a coupon on it so if I liked it or not I wasn't plan on return it. When I received the brush it looked very sparse and not fluffy. It felt rough and not soft like the other synthetic brushes but it's actually goat bristles. I gave it a try and despite the sparse, rough and not fluffy bristles, it did a great job! The bristles were coarse but not rough on my skin and although it didn't look like it picked up product, it did! This brush does not waste product and I love how my highlights look, I definitely recommend! For comparison, I also purchased the real technique fan brush, which cost more, is flat, not as wide fan, not as fluffy and had to use a lot of product to see the highlight. This morphe fan brush is my preferred brush for highlights and is better quality than real technique.
Don't buy it.
The brush felt corse & hard applied product unevenly. After one use the bristles were matted & tangled. Don't know what those YouTube gurus are talking about these are trash.
Great fan brush!
I am using this brush for soft contouring and I love it!
It Kind of Does it's Job
Some of the bristles fell out the first couple of uses but preformed worse than using my finger or a brush that isn't meant to be used for what I'd assume be highlighter. It's nice if you want a very subtle glow but hard to build with.
Love Morphe's brush line. Great product at a reasonable price.
the bristles end up on my face. I've had $1 fan brushes that worked better.
bristles end up on my face...
This is not a good product... I bought this brush a few weeks ago, I don't use it very often. It always seems dirty after I apply highlighter, so it definitely picks up my foundation. After my 4th use I had to pick the brush's bristles off of my face. I definitely do not recommend this brush!