When Morphe first collaborated with Jaclyn Hill to create the Jaclyn Hill Favourites Eyeshadow Palette back in 2014, it was an instant sellout and even crashed the Morphe website multiple times as everyone was so desperate to get their hands on it. Following that palette, the Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette came along which is a palette I own and love. As the first two launches were so successful, sure enough more followed with the launch of the Master Brush Collections and the four piece Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow Palettes in 2018. The four eyeshadow palettes got awful reviews, but I love Morphe makeup brushes anyway so I knew I needed the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill The Eye Master Collection in my life once it launched at Cult Beauty, as you can never have enough eye makeup brushes, right?
“Jaclyn Hill can rock a killer eye look like no other. Have a staring contest with her using her 8 go-to blending and buffing powerhouses.
I created this collection for all my subscribers. Whether you’re a boy on-the-go or a girl who owns the night, these brushes will help you create any look! Go on with your bad self and slay. I love you!”
The Morphe x Jaclyn Hill The Eye Master Collection is £39 and contains eight different eye makeup brushes created by Jaclyn Hill as her ultimate eye makeup brush collection. The value of these brushes is said to be £62 and that’s without even counting the bag that the brushes come with. The brushes can be purchased individually from Morphe, but both this eye and the face set are available from Cult Beauty.
The brushes come with a beautiful silver glitter brush case, and the glitter is coated so it doesn’t transfer or fall off which is the best kind of glitter and it may look small, but it’s deceptive as I’ve been able to put the brushes, an eyeshadow primer, an eyeliner, a mascara and a few eyeshadow pencils all in this little bag.
If you watch Jaclyn’s videos, the whole silver and white colour theme across this collection is very her, and I really like it as it makes a nice change to the usual black and silver colour scheme for Morphe brushes. Each of the brushes have a white wooden handle, a silver metal ferrule and a JH engraved onto each of the ferrules as well as the brush number printed on the handles.
The Morphe x Jaclyn Hill The Eye Master Collection includes;
1. JH30 – Beast Mode Blender Brush (Natural)
2. JH32 – Transition Blender Brush (Natural)
3. JH33 – Universal Blender Brush (Natural)
4. JH39 – Inner Corner Highlight Brush (Synthetic)
5. JH40 – Precise Blender Brush (Natural)
6. JH41 – All Over Lid Brush (Blend of Natural & Synthetic)
7. JH42 – Brow Bone Highlight Brush (Natural)
8. JH43 – Eyeliner Smudge Brush (Synthetic)
9. Master Bag – Small
JH42 – Brow Bone Highlight Brush (Natural)
JH32 – Transition Blender Brush (Natural)
JH30 – Beast Mode Blender Brush (Natural)
JH39 – Inner Corner Highlight Brush (Synthetic)3
JH41 – All Over Lid Brush (Blend of Natural & Synthetic)
JH40 – Precise Blender Brush (Natural)
JH43 – Eyeliner Smudge Brush (Synthetic)
JH33 – Universal Blender Brush (Natural)
I love Morphe Brushes anyway so I knew I’d feel the same with these brushes and they’re just as good as I hope’d they would be. The brushes are super high quality and if anything I feel like they might be better quality than the standard range of Morphe brushes. They really remind me quality wise of the Elite collection, and Jaclyn really did think of everything with this collection.
The only thing I think this set could have benefited from and that’s a specific brow brush, as then the set would have contained everything for a full eye makeup look but for £39 it’s such a fab set, and they’ve become my favourite eye makeup brushes. I think £39 is quite a fair price for brushes of this quality, and the bag aside it works at just £4.87 per brush which is just amazing.
You can purchase the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill The Eye Master Collection on Cult Beauty.
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