In the world of beauty gurus, Jaclyn Hill may be the most recognizable name out there. Not only has she crafted a permanent highlighter with a major cosmetics brand, but she's also launched her own palette that can't stay on the digital shelves. Now, Jaclyn Hill's favorite Morphe brushes are back in stock, and this incredible collection of must-haves should definitely be on your to-buy list.
If you were thinking the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe palette was the only collaboration the beauty guru had with the California-based brand, that's not the case. While the palette is arguably the largest and most successful product the brand has created — and they've created many — Hill's Morphe brush set was also incredibly popular, selling out incredibly quickly after their initial debut. Now, however, they're back.
The Jaclyn Hill x Morphe Favorite Brush Set retails for $154.99, and customers get 23 must-haves personally chosen by Hill herself. For fans, they'll all look fairly familiar. Hill uses Morphe brushes in nearly every video on her YouTube channel, and she has long been a fan of the brand — quite a bit before her palette ever even came into existence. While $154.99 may seem steep, the retail value of all 23 brushes is $212.76 making them a steal.
My favorite brush collection is back in stock!!!🙏🏼❤️🎉 code "JACATTACK" saves you money!😘https://t.co/fNy76vRf1i— Jaclyn Hill (@Jaclynhill) July 27, 2017
While the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe palette won't be restocking until August, you can still grab a little piece of the brand and the guru. Move fast, however. The brush collection is limited edition, and there's no word on how many times Morphe will restock it before it's gone for good.
If you want to score a bit of a discount, you can always use Hill's discount code "JACATTACK" for 10 percent off the set bringing the price down to $139.50. That brings the cost per brush down to only a little over $6.
Jaclyn Hill's Favorite Brush Collection, $154.99, Morphe
If you want to shop the collection, head over to the Morphe website now. If Hill's collaboration have taught fans anything in the past, it's that they don't last long.