I recently got the Morphe six piece contour brush set from Cultbeauty.com.
I love to use contour products and thought hat this would be a great addition to my brush collection.
It was a pleasant surprise when I received the brushes and could see the great quality of the brushes; their design is sleek and fashionable with the two toned bristles that are dense and super soft.
In the set you get six brushes all with white handles and silver hardware. In the set you get an Angled buffer brush, a Rounded buffer brush, a Pointed buffer brush and three smaller versions of each brush.
The brushes all work well and do what they say they are going to do but they also work well as multi-tasking products. The Rounded buffer brush would be great for foundation, especially for full coverage, the Pointed buffer brush would work well if used for blush, highlight, contour and or setting the under eye area and the three smaller brushes are great for smaller areas of contour and highlighting the brow bone or being used as eyeshadow brushes.
As you can see I have also got the Morphe G17 blending brush. It has a gunmetal hardware hence the name G17 with the two toned bristles. This is not has dense as the other brushes but that's because it is a blending brush and is design to have a 'soft-focus' effect on the look.
I'm really loving these brushes and I couldn't recommend them more, whether it's for a complete make up beginner looking to delve in to the world of beauty or a seasoned professional adding to their kit. At such an affordable price and great quality, not to mention their multi-tasking ability, I'd say that these brushes were a worthwhile investment.
Both the single brush and the set are from Cultbeauty.com and they come in at £7.50 and £20.75, respectively.