Beauty Guru Jeffree Star has taken a break from bashing other makeup celebs to finally reveal his collaboration with Morphe. The YouTube star, who hasn’t had a launch since the Alien Collection last fall, introduced the first Jeffree Star x Morphe collaboration on his channel today.
The Jeffree Star Brush Collection features custom brushes as well as custom beauty sponges in Star’s signature shade of pink. The brush set includes seven custom eye and face brushes designed to resemble “pink diamonds, pink icicles, diamonds, and stilettos.” The set features a Size Queen Brush, a Point-Blank Precision Brush, an Iconic Contour Brush a Fly High Brush, a Crease Kween Brush, a Rule Blender Brush, and a Double Trouble Brush. The whole set is neatly packaged in a vivid pink Starstruck bag.
The full set of brushes retails for $49, while the set of three custom sponges is listed at $16. The entire collection will be available on Morphe.com and in stores next Tuesday. The collection is a limited edition, therefore fans should take advantage of the offer quickly. Other Jeffree Star products available at Morphe.com include the Beauty Killer Palette, the Velour Lip Scrub - Orange Soda, and the Androgyny Palette.
Morphe has previously collaborated with Star’s fellow YouTuber James Charles on a palette and brush set that was released last year. The set sold out almost immediately. Though mostly known for their unique brushes, Morphe also carries a stunning set of 35 pan palettes, which are highly coveted in the beauty industry given their affordability, size and range of shades. Last week, Morphe released its Fluidity Foundation, which features 60 different shades for every skin tone. The foundation promises long-wear and full-coverage.
Recently, Star, who released his first and only studio album, Beauty Killer, in 2009 before leaving the music industry in 2013, revealed that he’s working with a Grammy-winning “A-list artist.” Though he hasn’t given any specifics, he has said that he “might be having a little moment” since it’s the tenth anniversary of his album. Star, who founded his makeup brand, Jeffree Star Cosmetics, in 2014 using his life savings, opened his first store at the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey last August.