The Morphe x Jeffree Star brush and sponge collection, which debuted just four days ago, has already sold out. The makeup mogul had launched seven custom face and eye brushes, along with three pink spongeson MorpheBrushes.com but the items are currently out of stock.
The seven brushes include 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, while the sponges include a Highlight & Contour Beauty Sponge and two Mini Highlight & Contour Beauty Sponges. Though each brush is available separately, there is also a special gift set with all seven brushes inside a bright pink Starstruck Bag for just $49.
Star, who has over 20 million followers on Instagram and YouTube, is known for his cosmetics line Jeffree Star Cosmetics. His new venture with Morphe is his first outside beauty collaboration. Morphe was founded in 2008 by Linda and Chris Tawil, a brother and sister team, who opened a small brush store in Burbank, California. Though they struggled initially, by joining forces with social media mavens like Star, they have gone from being virtually unknown in the beauty business to one of the fastest growing companies in cosmetics.
Since he released the Morphe x Jeffree Star launch video on YouTube, the MUA has only uploaded one other video. Yesterday, he took to his channel to reveal one of his “biggest insecurities.” According to Star, 10 years ago he underwent a lip procedure that was botched by a Beverly Hills doctor. He says that the doctor lied to him and that a decade later he’s still dealing with the consequences of the procedure. The video is fairly graphic so watch at your own discretion.
In addition, Star has announced that he’s travelling to Dallas with Nicole Faulkner, aka Lipsticknick, the Director of Global Artistry for Morphe Brushes. Tickets are currently available for the pair’s next Behind the Brush class, which will be held on Saturday, March 16, at the Four Seasons Resort at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. Tickets are priced at $250 to $400 and can be purchased at the link here. We can only assume that the brushes will be restocked before then.