LAURA LEE'S FAVORITE BRUSH COLLECTION
Exclusively at Morphe!
O.M.G. LAURA LEE
Quirky, upbeat Morphe Babe Laura Lee knows how to pick a brush. Eleven of them, in fact. Housed in a luxe case, this selection of her ride-or-die faves delivers on airbrushed-like finishes, ultra-precise placement, and super-soft synthetic and natural bristles. Plus, it includes one brand-new brush we developed just for Laura Lee herself. Our prediction? You’ll be as obsessed as she is.
LAURA LEE SAYS...
Let’s talk brushes. Get all the deets from Laura Lee on her best babes.
Y11 – (synthetic hair) “It's a super-soft brush. Great for packing on and applying setting powder, but also great for contouring.”
Y6 – (synthetic hair) “The best flat-top kabuki to blend out foundation for a flawless, airbrushed look.”
R36 – (natural hair) “This precise, pointed highlight brush is great for applying highlighter in a targeted area.”
M250-1 – (synthetic hair) “This is the perfect brush for precise liner application. Wing it out, girl!”
M573 – (natural hair) “This fluffy blender is great for blending out the transition shade.”
M536 - Developed for Laura Lee herself – ( synthetic hair) “I use this for blending out concealer. It’s the perfect density and has a precise, round top that fits perfectly under the eye. The kabuki-soft feel is great for that delicate area and gives an airbrushed finish.”
E4 – (synthetic hair) “I use this soft brush to apply blush to the apples of the cheeks.”
R14 – (natural hair) “I love the medium size of this brush to contour in a precise location. Plus, you can also use it to bronze up the skin.”
R39 – (natural hair) “This is the BEST medium dense blender to blend out the crease while also keeping the shadow controlled at the same time. Great for all eye shape and sizes.”
E36 – (synthetic hair) “Great pencil brush to apply color in the inner corner and the brow bone because it is small and precise.”
M421 – (synthetic hair) “Great for shading and applying pigment for max color. It’s also so nice for carving out the brows and creating a cut crease.”