One of my go-to face brushes at the moment is the Morphe E6 brush. I am sharing my thoughts on it today as I feel like the brushes that Morphe make seem to get forgotten about slightly – probably because they get overshadowed (literally!) by the famous eyeshadow palettes that the brand is most known for. I haven’t tried any of the eyeshadow paletes yet, but I definitely have my eye on the 35O palette
For now though, I am loving this E6 brush. It is a flat top kabuki brush which is ideal for applying foundation with. It can be used either in a buffing motion for a softer, more natural effect, or in a stippling movement which really builds up the product to give fuller coverage and look flawless.
I have used this with almost all of my foundations now and love the way it applies pretty much all of them! My favourite combination at the moment is applying my Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation with this brush because they just work brilliantly together.
I have used flat-top kabuki style brushes before, but I found them to be difficult to apply foundation with. I think if the bristles are too long, the brush just sort of wobbles and slides foundation around but my opinion on flat top brushes has been completely changed by this one! It is dense yet still has the movement to glide foundation if you desire, as well as pushing or stippling foundation into the skin.
The brush itself feels such good quality, I have washed it several times already and it hasn’t shed any bristles at all yet which is such a good sign. The handle is slightly longer than most of my other brushes yet feels so sturdy. I’m really impressed that it costs just under £12 because it definitely feels like a more high-end brush.
I bought mine from BeautyBay and I’ve linked it here. I know I want to try a lot more of Morphe brushes now, this one definitely gets my recommendation!