MAKE UP BRUSHES!

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26 April 2013
shannonkeegan1
Make Up Artist
shannonkeegan1
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

Posted 26 April 2013
you wont get a set of GOOD brushes for less than 50 pound.

Posted 27 April 2013
Edited by shannonemilylove 27 April 2013
Emmalampkin
Make Up Artist
Emmalampkin
For good quality for that price crown brushes are really good and also real techniques. X

Posted 16 June 2013
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipman
Crown brushes are amazing and reasonably priced although I would recommend investing in there best range.

Posted 12 Aug 2013
Allinthemind
Photographer
Allinthemind
Be careful how you clean them too. How do other MUAs clean their brushes?


Posted 12 Aug 2013
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipman
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
Posted 12 Aug 2013
I may know jus the thing ) x
Posted 12 Aug 2013
Cody
Model
Cody
Topshop do a nice range of brushes not too expensive
Posted 13 Aug 2013
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.

Posted 13 Aug 2013
BaileyK
Model
BaileyK
Crown brushes for sure.
I have 2 of theirs and they are lovely.
Great quality and very well priced x

Posted 13 Aug 2013
Themakeupfairy
Make Up Artist
Themakeupfairy
crown brushes are the best brushes to buy! X
Posted 23 Oct 2013
Fisherface
Make Up Artist
Fisherface
shannonemilylove

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


There are loads of cheaper brands on the market now and somegood quality ones.  Expensive brshes don't make a good make up artist!  A good make up artist does...brushes just help.

Posted 23 Oct 2013
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