Still, in the end, I decided it was not too late to tell you about them, especially because they seem quite current in terms of still being covered in magazines. I first bought the set you see below, which includes the blush brush, the eye shadow, the eye liner, the brow groomer and the concealer brush. I was very impressed with them in terms of how they compared with high-end brushes, especially considering the whole set was $12.99. I love that the handles are made of bamboo and the aluminium that holds the cruelty-free synthetic brush part is also completely recycled.
Then I decided to try the powder brush (which ison sale at drugstore.com) and I really felt like that one was the complete standout – even though it has synthetic fibers, it’s much softer than any of the very high-end brushes that tend to use natural hairs. So overall, even if these brushes have been out a year now, I still had to tell you about them. Plus, they have new brushes in their line-up too, including a kabuki brush and another great set.
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