Sunday, 5 June 2016

#439; [Review] Morphe M310 Fan Brush

In my quest to bring my highlight game to the next level, I was searching for a good brush and stumbled upon the Morphe M310. Now this brush had so much rave review from YouTubers like KathleenLights and Nikkie Tutorials. I searched all over for it and found a Carouseller selling them.
I was debating between this, the E.L.F Fan brush and the Zoeva fan brush. But let's just face it, the ELF fan brush had mixed review and I didn't want to waste hard earned cash while the Zoeva fan brush was expensive af. SGD$30+ for a brush may seem okay butttt I'm pretty new to the glow game so I thought my Morphe M310 brush was a pretty good starter. 

The price point was pretty good too - $16 for a brush.

When I received it, the first thing that crossed my mind was that it felt sturdy and worth the price paid. The handle was solid and didn't feel cheap and the brush was definitely goat hair, you can legit smell the "goatiness" in it. It also came with a plastic protector to help prevent dust but it's pretty useless.

The Morphe M310 is a fan brush that has really soft bristles. Since getting it, I have been testing it out daily and even cleanse it twice. No bristles came out from the brush while cleansing.
The fan brush is good at sweeping away excess powder and to apply highlight. Because it is denser in the middle, it can pick up a fairly good amount of product, I use this to apply my highlight and bronzer and it is an absolute dream to work with. 

I even have to tap away some excess powder!

 At first I was apprehensive about how this brush was going to give me that "this glow so lit" vibe.
But because of the way it was structured, it can pick up and apply the highlight on my face evenly and beautifully. 

I often find myself struggling for an even finish because some brushes don't do that. Like there's this circle on your face that is glowing so badly and you know it's because the brush just left all the picked up highlight at that spot. 
See what I mean by an even finish in the above picture. 
Using the Morphe M310, I swatched my highlight on my hand and can get an even sweep of glow while retaining how pigmented the original highlight is. 

Here is a good selfie of how good my glow is right now. Pictured above, I dusted a light amount of highlight on my cheeks to make my face less flat and a good amount on my nose bridge. 
Highlight is good for accentuating features like cheekbones and nose as well as the cupid's bow and forehead/cheek.

I like to use minimal highlight because my face condition has changed ever since starting a full time job and so I am reaaallly oily and glossy after work. 

Having the Morphe M310 fan brush in my collection has tempted me to purchase more brushes and I will definitely be posting up more brush review as and when I lay my hands on some more. With the perfect tool for my highlight, I just have to search for a holy grail highlighter and bring my A game. 

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