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Shannon Keegan is off-line
26 April 2013 12:45
shannonkeegan1
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shannonkeegan1
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Merseyside
liverpool

hey everyone ! NEED HELP ASAP... am looking on buying some new make up brushes and i like a variety of brushes in my set and not all the same but i dont have a clue where to start looking.. my first set was a mac set but they were limited addition and now there wrecked!! i mainly want an amazing eye brush set but the set not to be over £50 and some nice but cheaper face and other brush sets .. any ideas?!
thanks guys!
shann xx


Shannon Emily is off-line
27 April 2013 08:23
shannonemilylove
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shannonemilylove
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London
Southwark/London

you wont get a set of GOOD brushes for less than 50 pound.


Emma Lampkin is off-line
16 June 2013 17:28
Emmalampkin
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Emmalampkin
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United Kingdom
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For good quality for that price crown brushes are really good and also real techniques. X


Claire Shipman is off-line
12 August 2013 06:18
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Nottinghamshire
Nottingham

Crown brushes are amazing and reasonably priced although I would recommend investing in there best range.


Simon Young is off-lineSilver Member
12 August 2013 06:27
Allinthemind
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Be careful how you clean them too. How do other MUAs clean their brushes?
In the "Information Age", continued ignorance must be a choice motivated initially through inherited beliefs.


Claire Shipman is off-line
12 August 2013 07:51
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If I have a lot of people in one day I use isopropanol alcohol in a spray mixed with about a 20/30% measure of a brush cleaner like Mac as they dry almost instantly for the next client but I do carry extra sets of brushes if I really don't have much time. I use a baby shampoo (and conditioner on some) shape and air dry over night at the end of the day to make doubly sure they are free of bacteria I give them an extra spray after with the alcohol but I am particularly OCD lol


charlotte jade is off-line
12 August 2013 14:50
charlie_girl
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charlie_girl
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Nottinghamshire
shirebrook

I may know jus the thing ) x


Cody is off-lineSilver Member
13 August 2013 04:26
Cody
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Cody
Location
United Kingdom
Oxfordshire
bicester

Topshop do a nice range of brushes not too expensive


misspixie is off-line
13 August 2013 09:12
misspixie
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misspixie
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South Glamorgan
Cardiff

I'm not sure how good they are but these are cheap as chips!

http://www.muastore.co.uk/index.php/brushes

I'm going to buy a few and test them out.


13 August 2013 09:31
BaileyK
Model


Crown brushes for sure.
I have 2 of theirs and they are lovely.
Great quality and very well priced x



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