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Play a game of magic eye with this pointed, natural Morphe M431 Precision Pencil Crease Brush.
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Rated 3.97 out of 5 stars
LOVE how this applies. I use this to apply my darker colors in the crease and it's so small and compact that it applies loads of color right where I want it vs all over my lid.
Are usually love Morphe brushes, they're affordable and overall a high-quality brand at the same time. This brush however seems to have really hard bristles, it's a good thing that it's stiff because it is a crease brush, however it really hurts your eyes if you're trying to blend. But the great thing about it is I haven't seen any of the bristles come out !
Yankee1 from The Woodlands, Tx
Missy from San Francisco, CA
I've had this pencil brush for 2 years and it's been so useful. I use it for inner eye corner highlight, blending under my lower lashline and any precision blending like a brow highlight. It's not really a crease brush per se.
I love that it has natural bristles as they're the best for blending out powder products, but they're starting to be harder to find as companies usually sell cheap synthetic bristle brushes. I wash my brushes often, and it still looks good as new! Make sure you always dry your brushes upside down after washing, and also to clean natural bristles you have to gently rub them back and forth only! never rub them in circles, you'll ruin the bristles that way.
BC from Central Indiana
I have hooded eyes, and this brush is amazing. While still being soft and non-tugging, it is very precise.
Jenn K from Buffalo, NY
I have been looking for a brush like this for soo long. Small enough brush with just enough precision and sturdy enough to do the perfect makeup look in my crease! I randomly stumbled upon it while in line waiting to cash out in store!! I'm so happy!
DP from Florida
I like the other morphe brushes pretty well, but not this one. I like a small precise controlled smudged eyeshadow under my bottom lash line. This brush is stiff and doesn't have a good point. Maybe I got a dud but it's going back. The IT cosmetics #125 is amazing for this and it's worth the extra money. I love Ulta's return policy and I'm a loyal customer!
E Styles from TX
Needed this brush for awhile! I love 💕 it!
Nettie from CT
Perfect! Exactly what I needed
Massy13 from Bay Area CA
I bought this brush at the Ulta near me last year so I've had a lot of time to road test it before putting in a review. I have 2 cups full of eye brushes both synthetic and natural bristle, I reach for this little brush all the time for inner corner and outer 'V'. This brush does a nicer job at inner corner placement than my Sigma 'inner corner' brush made specifically for that area. The natural bristles are better at grabbing powder especially shimmery stuff, and placing/blending it correctly. It also does a very precise job at outer V placement. It's soft and still looks great after at least 30 washes with a high quality liquid brush cleanser. I've definitely gotten my money's worth and more.
MOB from Ohio
Was looking for a brush that I could use on powder shadow to line my eyes. This works great!
KP from Iowa
Morphe brushes are my fav to use.
JazzHands from Idaho
Aaaaaaaaat laaaaasasssssst...sing it! Finally a brush that I can use for cutting creases on my very hooded eyelids! I'm able to use for placing a color with detail without spending an arm and a leg. When used with my Morphe 321 brush, I really don't need anything else. The only reason I need the other brush is because this one doesn't pack on the color. It's more for creating a nice smoky eye.
Jesse's girl from San Antonio, TX
I love how soft this brush is! It's just perfect to use on my under eye!
Vicky from Richmond TX
Love this brush
Stephanie has from St Louis, Mo
I like that I can use this to add color to my lower lash line, but it is terribly scratchy. And it sheds.
AlexH from Philadelphia,PA
Such a good brush to use when focusing on your crease for certain eye looks!
Imani from Chesapeake, Virginia
needed a brush to perfectly fit my eye for an inner corner highlight, this did exactly that! Love
Kay from CA
the lower lash line and smudging.
Alystyle from Denver, CO
I have three others of this brush from before that were soft and worked wonderfully. Now the ones I got this time are rough and scratchy.
RK from Kahului
Harsh precision pencil thank you it is not the one for me I would pay more for a better one thank you
dvlbby from san bernadino
I've been looking for a good pencil brush and this was NOT it. it's like when someones stubbly beard hair pokes your eyelid. it's just too prickly. i found a great one on coloupop and it's soooooooo much better.
Pip from Nashville
Blends water line eyeshadow very well
Lysterine22 from Kansas
Scratchiest brush I've owned. Waste of my money. It's a great size but I can't recommend it because it hurts to use. Are all the morphe brushes with white bristles this scratchy because I'm afraid to buy them.
Birgie66 from DE
Had high hopes for the brush since I had good experiences with Morphe, but this brush is very scatchy. I used it only on the undereye along the lower lashline to apply eyeshadow, but the brush was a no no.
M&M from USA
This brush is so scratchy!!!! I won't be using it again
LeeLee from Bay Area, CA
I wanted to try some natural bristle eyeshadow brushes but the good ones tend to be super expensive unfortunately. I took a chance on a few Morphe natural bristle brushes after checking them out at Ulta. I was a little leery since Morphe is a rather controversial brand, but I've been quite impressed with my new brushes. They're pretty soft and do a great job of applying and blending shadow. I use this brush for the inner corners of my eyes in particular, it's the perfect size for that purpose. I love highlighting the inner corner with a contrasting color so this brush has an important job :) and it's the perfect tool for that. I use a quick change brush cleaner to change out the color and it cleans up quite well; I haven't shampooed it yet and have seen some reviews that warn about the brushes not looking as good after you shampoo them so I'm planning on being extra-careful about that. One last thing, I would recommend buying these at the store if possible instead of online, as some of the brushes I saw at the store were pretty squished and I'd be upset if I received a squished-up brush in an online order. It's best to pick out the one you want. All in all they are definitely worth the price.