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Only here|Item 2519442
Finally, crease blending made easy thanks to a fluffy-yet-firm brush, Morphe's M433 Pro Firm Blending Fluff Brush.
Take artistry-level application into your own hands and create endless, head-turning looks with a professional Morphe Brush.
Free Make It Big Volumizing Mascara mini with $30 Morphe purchase (valid thru 6/3/23 or while quantities last)
M433 is the James Charles must have brush. Added appxly 12 to my collection. This brush is very useful, blends shadows evenly, helps pack on color for more vibrant color results. Technique is key when using Morphe brushes. But coming from a makeup artist that uses color 98% of the time this is a must have brush in your collection.
This is an average goat hair brush - picks up product and lays it down, but a bit prickly and scratchy. It deposits powder pretty quickly, so even though there is color on the brush, there isn't anything left for blending out. For reference, I used it with the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics palette, so I know it isn't a problem with the eyeshadow. I have 2 G series brushes from Morphe that are softer and better for blending. I'd rather put my $6 toward a NYX brush or EcoTools brush, or even toward investing in a higher quality goat hair brush from one of the Japanese fude companies. If this doesn't soften up and perform better after the first wash, I'm returning it. Same with the M441 I purchased. Hopefully Ulta will get the G series. They're better brushes and only cost $1-$2 more.
Exceptionally soft, yet firm. Perfect for detailed application of product.
A youtuber recommended this brush for blending cream eyeshadow sticks. I have tested it with several brands and it works great for that. The shape is similar to a Mac 217. I haven't been willing to pay Mac prices for the new synthetic format, but I will happily pay Morphe prices for that.
The brush was rough the instant I bought it. After one wash I saw the shedding and it hasn't stopped. I softly swirl my brush in the beauty blender soap and take good care of these brushes. I would rather spend money on brushes that will last.
Amazing brush blends perfectly
I bought this exact brush years ago and liked it as much as my MAC 217. Recently bought a new one and it is nothing like the one they used to make. It's way shorter and after one wash it is completely frayed and unusable. Definitely returning. Morphe is going downhill it seems.